From Sea to Shining Sea: Americans Move West

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Author: Nelson, Sheila
Weeks: 5
Unit(s): Y3U2, Y3U3
Level: Dialectic
Subject: History

In the 1830's, over fifty years after the United States had won its independence from Britain, Americans were still delighted with their young country. Politicians and journalists championed the right of the United States to push its borders west across the continent. Settlers rolled west in wagon trains, a constant stream from Missouri to the Pacific Ocean. Full of optimism about the future of their country, people eagerly sought the freedoms their land offered them. Questions in the Student Activity Pages are directly tied to this title, so it won't be easy to substitute. Read for four weeks in unit 2, and one week in unit 3. 89 pages Library Bound

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