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    look at catholic religion today they also had big effect on the territorial expansion and the kings authority Today I will be talking about 3 different topics to do with my inquiry question what was the impact of the crusades my first topic is territorial expansion then increased authority of the king and finally effects of the crusades on the catholic church Territorial expansion Crusading contend a serious role in European territorial growth. The primary Crusade resulted within the formation of the

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    Manifest destiny and territorial expansion divided the United States from 1830 to 1860 through views on Texas, disagreements regarding whether or not it was justifiable to travel west for land, and how to handle the war that may have arisen as a result of territorial expansion. There was much division among Americans regarding what should be done with Texas. Some argued that it should join the other states so that there could be peace between them and Texas (Document F) and that it would make the

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    The Americans in the initially resisted territorial expansions and building a strong military force. One key reason behind this was that the thought of ruling other countries and people was not consistent with the principals of republicans. The people of America specially the old generation were quite against ruling other peoples without their consent. In addition, Americans were also not interested in adding people from different religions, cultures and of different languages. The United State

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    Europe and Asia were constantly building an empire so the American’s demanded U.S. expansion. The majority of their focus was on the Western Hemisphere (Barnes & Bowles, The American Story - Perspectives and Encounters from 1877, 2014). The Western Hemisphere was the main focus and it made America what it is today. Progressives attempted to resolve this issue through territorial expansion. Territorial expansion was a great benefit to America for multiple different reasons. First, the U.S

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    Territorial Expansion " Almost all people have, at one stage or another in their history felt and expressed the need to extend their territory and also to explain and justify their need both to the world and to themselves." ( John A. Hawgood, Manifest Destiny, p126) When North America was first being colonised in the early 17th century, the settlers made their home along the coasts of the ocean and the shores of the nearby rivers. Nevertheless, as the population kept growing, adventurers

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    settlement of Boonesborough in the late 1700s. These sharp contrasts in ideas led to future debates. From 1800-1855, territorial expansion ignited nationwide debates: The supporters of territorial expansion rallied behind the term “manifest destiny,” while the opposition argued the unconstitutionality of the acquisition of territory, and the future negative consequences expansion may cause. John L. O’Sullivan first coined the phrase manifest destiny in 1845. In these two words, he voiced the idea

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    Territorial expansion revealed major disagreements within the United States, directly leading to the rise of sectional tensions. Americans had been gradually moving west since colonization, but in 1803 it nearly doubled in size with the Louisiana purchase. The Louisiana territory remained largely unsettled until after the War of 1812. The successful defence against British forces led to a surge of nationalism. This surge of nationalism led to the belief that America was destined to expand and spread

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    From the years 1800-1850 the nation was full of battles and prosperity. Territorial expansion was a cause in most of the battles, but also gained prosperity for the nation. There were many impacts on national unity between those time periods, but the main impact was territorial expansion. This is true because of the Louisiana Purchase, the purchase of Oregon territory, and the Mexican War. The Louisiana Purchase was the most important event of

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    The territorial expansion of the United States toward the Pacific coast had been the goal of President Polk, the leader of the Democratic Party. His greed and insatiable appetite for territorial expansion drove him to take unconventional risks. Most Whigs in the North and South opposed it; most Democrats supported it. Southern Democrats, roused by a popular belief in Manifest Destiny, supported it in hope of adding slave-owning territory to the South. John L. O'Sullivan, editor of the Democratic

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    held by Puritans influence the political, economic, and social development of the New England colonies from 1630 through the 1660s? (Form B) 1. The issue of territorial expansion sparked considerable debate in the period 1800–1855. Analyze this debate and evaluate the influence of both supporters and opponents of territorial expansion in shaping federal government policy. 2009 DBQ: (Form A) From 1775 to 1830, many African Americans gained freedom from slavery, yet during the same period

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