the adoption of the Compromise of 1850
The Proclamation Line of 1763. It came from the treaty between Pontiac and the British government.
Most freed slaves moved to the north, to urban centers like New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago. In 1879, there was a huge migration of nearly 20,000 freed slaves to Kansas. The westward migration to California and the western parts of the United States was comprised mostly of white settlers, as the Mexican War ended in 1846 and the gold rush began in 1849, sixteen to twenty years before the end of the Civil War. You can find a number of articles on "Free Black Slave Migration" on the Internet.
The westward Expansion started after the gold rush in 1849.
Westward migration in the United States intensified sectionalism. As more and more people headed west, the need of a faster way to travel grew. Farmers lost workers to the railways being built.
The California Gold Rush
rushed to Oregan and California
The California Gold Rush was a major factor in expansion west of the Mississippi. That westward expansion was greatly aided by the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869, and passage of the Homestead Act in 1862.
it started in 1877
Westward expansion and migration in the US after 1812 were directly related. The expansion of the country towards the west was motivated by families who migrated in that direction searching new adventures and a better life.
Because new opportunities and technological advances led to westward migration
The process of westward migration is referring to an exponentially important element of American history. It is the term that describes the expansion that took place during the times of the Continental United States. It explains that the colonies branched westward during that time, contributing to what we now know as The United States of America (instead of what was once known as The Continental US).
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Because of their constant westward migration.