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During the early 1800s, many expeditions set from the United States, to explore the West. Men and women like these went in groups both having jobs to ensure survival.
The groups of people had to watch each others back due to the dangers that threaten them. Their biggest threat, Native Americans. The explorers were going though Native land, and the Indians we not happy.
While traveling, the explorers will have to go around or find a way though rivers and mountains. Wagons and horses were the way of travel. The wagons carried food, children and provide a place of rest to the previous nights look outs.
Once safely in the Western states, some explorers like Lewis and Clark found it easy to make friends with the Native Indians. Most tribes of Indians were more than happy to give the explorers food and to trade with them.
Though many caravans wear unable to make it, others who did were able to find land, and build houses and grow crop. The explores who made most progress, were Lewis and Clark. Word reached to the East and the West became a manifest destiny for many.
Soon the West was a common place for many easterners lived in the West.
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