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    • The impacts on the westward expansion of the United States By :Dakota Hull, Brianna Winton, and Cameron Eckert
    • Louisiana Purchase
      • We bought Louisiana purchase from France for 15 million (three cents an acre)
      • We originally wanted to by the city of New Orleans for 10 million
      • The Louisiana purchase doubled the size of the U.S.
      • The purchase went against the constitution
    • Lewis and Clark expedition
      • Headed west to discover a path to the pacific.
      • Along the way they would trade with the Indians
      • Especially one named Sacagawea
      • Sacagawea traveled the whole trip with Louis and Clark
      • Only one person died out of them all
    • Zebulon Pike
      • American soldier and explorer of pikes peak that was named after him.
      • Mapped most of the southern Louisiana territory. Born in Lumberton New Jersey.
      • Was sent to find source of Mississippi river.
    • Louis and Clark + Pike’s expedition
    • SLAVERY
      • Once we purchased Louisiana slavery went increased drastically
      • Farm owners found that by settling in the west that cotton was a very popular product and grew easily in the southern west. Thus became the new invention the cotton gin invented by Eli Whitney
      • Which could do the work of 50 men. But this did not mean that slaves where not needed there were other jobs on the farms.
    • Pictures of the cotton gin and slavery in the southern west
    • This is the impacts of the western expansion of the United States
    • Before and after the Louisiana purchase hint this picture on the right is over 200 years into eh future than the one on the right
    • The end