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  • Native Americans By: Norah Bolten

  • Table of contents


  • Chapter One Louisiana Purchase

    Have you ever heard of the Louisiana Purchase?

    Well first lets start of with well did you know that in 1803, the Louisiana territory was owned by Napoleon in France. And then next they also doubled the size of the U.S. but nobody knows how much. But most of all Jefferson purchased $15 million dollars. Well here's an interesting fact well did you know this actually the Missouri state and the state is Texas and back then they owned parts of the U.S. and now we own all of the land of Texas.

  • Lewis and Clark

    With the new land purchased and unexplored, Thomas Jefferson then sent Meriwether to tell Lewis and Clark to go explore. In May,14,1804 they left with corps of discovery and then in November 1805 they reached the pacific and then after that on September,23,1806 they returned to St.Louis. Jefferson's instruction to Lewis and Clark to find the water route to the pacific ocean and while they while they were on the journey they kept a journal and mapped the geography of the land and they recorded the resources that they found 178 plants and 100 animals. And they met native american tribes and they traded to make peace and asked french trader Charbonneau.

  • Moving West

    After the famous explores returned and after that Lewis and Clark and the village started moving to the western region and they were getting ready to load and get into the wagons and go to the west. And over 22 million people moved west in the mid 1800s and 1900s and in the mid amazing 1980s west was deemed officially explored and they're is amazing 44 states now. And surprising railroad & telegraph were essential in keeping large county together. It started by following native americans trail.

  • Intro to Chapter 2 Westward expansion was a big start for the

    pilgrims and a big part for them and that was huge part for them to travel all the way to the west and not come back. And so they stayed and they were not bothered ever again after that and stayed low after that again that to.

    QUESTION 1 The life was like before the pioneers came was

    by surviving and getting their own food. And building houses. And their other responsibilities to. They started by gathering stuff and people and friends family and pets by a different seeing like us and how they lived in teepees and tents and barns and straw houses and houses made out of wood. And here's a interesting fact americans traded their baby and weapons and cooking supplies and coats and prey and gems and clothing and food. And they attacked with axes and spears and swords and whips and bow and arrows and lighting houses on fire.

  • Question 2

    Do you know Andrew Jackson? well in this story you will know all about it and you can tell people all about him so let's continue in 1838 and 1839 as part of Andrew Jackson's removal process the present day Oklahoma. The keokee people called the trail of tears because of its devastating effects. The removal of american indian tribes from the mississippi river to what is now the state of Oklahoma is one of the tragic episodes in american history.

  • Chapter 3

    Have you ever known why the native americans came west is because the white settlers received land through the homestead act and all of the purpose of that they had to move and they came west! And they found a land and they got settled and they got used to it but because of the westward expansion the roaming lifestyle of the plains vanished and the native americans don't know where they went or where they go.


    Native americans are people that protect us by sworn enemies they helped us get our country and are state and that's how we came a country of the United States and we helped them to by giving them peace and freedom and food and clothes but we were still different by each other and our reservation.

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