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Early American Republic
Post Revolutionary AmericaAmerica entered the world of the 18th century as one of the first Democratic/Republic countries. She had to deal with  the Native American situation at home along with negotiating her relationships with the other countries of the world. Internally America needed to establish her own form of government that did not involve monarchies or other forms of dictatorships. Economically it had to establish its own industrial and agricultural base along with securing markets for their products internationally. Socially the United States had to develop new relationships with each other and the world that was not based on family relationships. Finally it was faced with the issue of slavery and the evils that resulted.
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Lewis and Clark Native Americans Andrew Jackson
Louisiana Purchase Native Americans Andrew Jackson
Westward Movement Mountain Men Wars WebResources
Westward Movement Mountain Men Wars Resources