Changes in us buying and selling goods rather than making them for themselves
Economic system where corporations control production to earn profit
Bussiness venture/ on own
Electrical transmission device
Manufactured plows/ industrialist
Inventor and manufacturer of a mechanical harvester
Belief that us would go westward into mexico
The treaty requiring the south to live on a reservation along the Missouri River.
Treaty of Fort Laramie
A route from independence, Missouri, to Santa Fe, New Mexico, used by traders in the early and mid 1800s.
Santa Fe Trail
A route from Independence, Missouri to Oregon City, Oregon, used by pioneers traveling to the oregon territory.
Members of a church founded by Joseph Smith and his associates in 1830.
American religious leader. He founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and led his congregation westward from New York State to western Illinois, where he was murmured by an anti-mormon mob.
American religious leader who directed the mormon church after the assassination of Joseph Smith.
A slogan used in the 1844 presidential campaign as a call for the U.S. Annexation of the entire Oregon Trail.
“Fifty-Four Forty or Fight”
Leader of the first american group of Texas settlers in 1822; worked for Texan independence.
Stephen F. Austin
A gift of public land to an individual or organization.
The 1836 rebellion in which Texas gained its independence from Mexico.
Mexican military and political leader who tried to crush the texan revolt. Victorious at the alamo, he was soon after defeated and captured by the Texans.
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
A mission and for in San Antonia, Texas, where Mexican forces massacred rebellious Texans in 1836.