How did the War of 1812 influence westward expansion of the the US?
The War of 1812 did not influence the westward expansion of the US. Also, it did not influence Great Britain's expansion of its control of Canada westward. ...
Asked in Native American History, Sioux Indians
Did the battle of little bighorn take place in westward expansion'?
Not in westward expansion, during, it was one of the expansion wars. It took place in Montana, ...
Asked in Ulysses S. Grant, Andrew Johnson
Was Ulysses S. Grant president during westward expansion to the west?
He was one of the presidents during westward expansion. He was president from 1869-1877 and westward expansion was roughly from 1858-1896 i think... ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, History of the United States, Manifest Destiny and Western Expansion
Why did manifest destiny lead to the US' westward expansion?
It made people believe that the country was destined to grow larger.
What effect did the westward expansion have on the native americans?
The westward expansion had a negative effect on the Native Americans in that region. During the westward expansion, the Native Americans were forced to live on reservations that were deemed the worst land in the area. ...
Asked in US Presidents, John Adams, John Quincy Adams
How was John Quincy Adams in the westward expansion?
Although originally a supporter, Quincy opposed westward expansion by 1843 because of the consequent expansion of slavery into Texas. ...
Asked in Native American History
Why did westward expansion into the great plains lead to conflict which native Americans?
because the settlers were encroaching on the natives lands, and they wanted it back ...
Asked in American Revolution, Mexican-American War
Are the westward expansion and the westward movement the same?
Yes they are the same because along with the expansion, many Americans had to move and settle on the Western lands. ...
Why was west ward expansion such an important issue in the election of 1844?
The Westward expansion was very important during the election of 1844, because sectionalism was continuing to grow in the country. While Henry Clay objected to the annexation of Texas, his opponent, James Polk supported it, and won the election as a result. ...
Asked in Slavery
In his famous 1893 frontier thesis what was Fredrick Jackson Turner's view of westward expansion?
The expansion had shaped the nation's values. Westward expansion gave the U.S its character of rugged independence. ...
What year did the westward expansion end?
The Westward Expansion ended in the year 1912. Through the popular years through out its time, The West had a huge overpopulation problem. Most people during that time was thinking that there was going to be a Southward Expansion from over population. The Westward expansion began in 1807-1912. ...