in 1803 the louisiana purchase took place, doubling the size of the country. by 1840 almost 7 million americans had migrated westward in hopes of securing land and being prosperous. the belief that settlers were destined to expand to the west is often referred to as manifest destiny.
worcester v. georgia, legal case in which the u.s. supreme court on march 3, 1832, held (5–1) that the states did not have the right to impose regulations on native american land. andrew jackson refused to enforce the ruling, the decision form the basis for most subsequent indian law in the united states.
ghana achieved independence peacefully, while algeria gained independence through an armed struggle.
it increased the power of the king of england.