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Forging National Economy

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Chapter 14 Forging the National Economy 1790-1860 ? The Westward Movement The life as a pioneer was very grim.? Pioneers were stricken with disease and loneliness. ? Shaping the Western Landscape Fur trapping was a large industry in the Rocky Mountain area.? Each summer, fur trappers would trade beaver pelts for manufactured goods from the East. George Caitlin - painter and student of Native American life who was among the first Americans to advocate the preservation of nature; proposed the idea of a national park. ? The March of Millions By the mid-1800s, the population was doubling every 25 years.? By 1860, there were 33 states and the U.S. was the 4th most populous country in the western world.
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