Settlers, Traders, and Trails

Settlers, Traders, and Trails

Author - Xina M. Uhl, Illustrator - Britannica Educational Publishing

Illustrator - Britannica Educational Publishing

Settlers, Traders, and Trails
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Since the establishment of American colonies, the frontier expanded westward until the country bordered the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

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