19th Century Immigration and Population Growth.
After Jackson's first term of presidency, the nation began to double and triple in population each year. This was caused by a few different factors. In the mid- 19th century, the western frontier opened up to whoever wanted to move there. There was un-worked fertile land for farming, lots of animals to trap for fur, ice to fish in, trees to be lumbered, and many other money-making and trade inducing activities that had never been done before. The amount of United States doubled. There were now 32 states across the nation. Another factor was the fact that the birth rates in America were inc…
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