A journal written by frontier settlers would most likely talk about survival and the people (Native Americans) who lived on the land before settlers began the move westward.

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Probably this journal would talk about the importance of the Manifest Destiny for the Union, and how the settlers were dealing with the Native Americans.


Manifest Destiny was an ideology based on territorial expansion. After the American Revolution, the settlers began to go beyond the Apalache Mountains to promote civilization and built the nation. To support this ideology, Manifest Destiny said that colonization was a God"s desire, and the settlers were destined to bring civilization, and Christianity to the Native Americans. However, the massacre of several tribes and the destruction of many Native American cultures is one of the saddles points of Manifest Destiny.

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