the movement of people from place to place.
Exchange of goods, ideas, and people between Europe and the Americas.
A territory in the west central United States purchased from France in 1803; extended from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains, and the gulf of Mexico to Canada.
Free open land that had been available and suitable for settlement.
Communities outside of a Citie.
A system in which the people rule through elected representatives.
When goods move out from a country
An economic system where private individuals own most of the resources,technology and businesses,and can operate them for profit with little control of the government.
Any kind of economic activity which produces service instead of product.
Economic phase in which manufacturing no longer plays a dominant role.
a corporation that engages in business worldwide.
a region of northeastern United States comprising Maine and New Hampshire and Vermont and Massachusetts and Rhode Island and Connecticut.
A region in which several large cities and surrounding areas grow together.
the subregion that contains the 12 states of the north central united states.
large cities and their suburbs.
a farflung subregion consisting of 13 states.