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16. Who was Juan Seguin? 17. What events lead up to the Battle of the Alamo? 18. What happened at the Battle of the Alamo? 19. The nickname for Texas?

Name: ___________________________ Chapter 13 Study Guide: 1.

Who was Jedediah Smith?

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Daring fur trappers, explorers, that survived by being tough and resourceful are called?

3.

Who was Jim Beckwourth?

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A pre-arranged site, where trappers would meet with traders from the east, trappers would pay in furs for supplies they needed were called?

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These people bough huge areas of land, in hopes that it would increase in value over time were called?

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What was the Santa Fe Trail?

7.

What was the Oregon Trail?

8.

People who accept a new religion are called?

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Mormons moved west and settled what city in Utah? Who was their leader?

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Spanish explorers called Texas this?

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Who was Stephen F. Austin?

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People of Spanish heritage who thought of Texas as their home are called?

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People who agreed to settle in the Spanish lands of Texas were called?

14.

Who was Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna?

15.

Who was Sam Houston?

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Who was Juan Seguin?

17.

What events lead up to the Battle of the Alamo?

18.

What happened at the Battle of the Alamo?

19.

The nickname for Texas?

20.

To join is called what?

21.

Who ran for President in the election of 1844, and what political parties were they attached to?

22.

What is manifest destiny? Who came up with it?

23.

How did the President deal with the issues over the Oregon Territory?

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How did the nation deal with the boundary dispute between Mexico?

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What part did Zachary Taylor play in the War with Mexico?

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What happened in the Bear Flag revolt?

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What 3 things did the United States get from Mexico in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? 1.

2.

3.

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How much did the United States pay for the Gadsden Purchase?

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Who was John Marshall?

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What is a forty-niner?

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Movements of people from one region to another is called?

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What was the California gold rush? What 3 ways could one reach California?

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What are Californios?

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Who was Mariano Vallejo?

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