D Dred Scott
G Gold Rush; Gadsden Purchase
H Treaty of Guadelupe Hidalgo; Homestead Act
J President Jefferson
K Kit Carson; Klondike Gold Rush
L Louisiana Purchase
M Missouri River, Mormons; Manifest Destiny; Monroe Doctrine
N New Mexico; Nebraska
P Pacific; President Polk;
R Rocky Mountains
S Snake River; Sutter's Mill, Sioux
T Texas; Transcontinental Railroad
V George Vancouver
W Wiomont Proviso
X Pony EXpress
Y Yosemite National Park
Z Zion Natonal Park
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Nunuvut is in the middle of Canada and they spoke French, and everyone around them spoke English
Nunavut is 808,185 sq mi
Northwest Territories is 532,643 sq mi
The greatest threat to the American expansion in the Northwest territories were the Native Americans who were supplied with guns by the British.
Northern Territory in Australia has a Chief Minister who is currently in 2010 Hon Paul Raymond Henderson MLA. The Northern Territory does not have a Premier as it is not recognised as a State but a Territory so instead of a Premier we have a Chief Minister. A Chief Minister and the Northern Territory's standing compared with other states in Australia is about effective as teats on a bull.
The United States acquired Oregon as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Thomas Jefferson wanted to buy the city of New Orleans from France but Napoleon needed money and suggested the United States buy all of the French lands on North America for $15 million dollars. It became a state on February 14, 1859, and was the 33rd state to join the union.
Because of harsh weather.
Originally, the entire region outside eastern Canada was included in the North-West Territory, being generally anywhere north and/or west of Hudson Bay (Rupert's Land). In 1898, "the Yukon" was split from the west side, and on April 1, 1999, the eastern half of the Northwest Territories became the territory of Nunavut.
Between 1870-1900 the population reached its peak of 99,000.
Between 1900-1930 It reached its lowest population of 6,500 because Yukon and parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan were created.
Between 1930-1960 It rose to 22,000.
Between 1960-1990 It went to 58,000.
Between 1990-present It went from 64,000 to 37,000 because of the annexation of Nunavut.
An irregular rectangle.