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More settlers moved westward after the War of 1812 for what two reasons? more jobs were available out West. there was plenty of cheap land. peace had been made with Indians. travel to the West was easy.
More settlers moved westward after the War of 1812 for two reasons such as there was plenty of cheap land and travel to the West was easy.
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More settlers moved westward after the War of 1812 for two reasons such as there was plenty of cheap land and travel to the West was easy.

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