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What areas of British North America seemed most vulnerable to American expansion?

asked by Becca
  1. To which time period do you refer? Check this site.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_North_America

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. it was the Expansion of the United States of America

    posted by Becca
  3. what does vulnerable even mean??:|

    posted by Becca
  4. The United States expanded from 1776 until the incorporation of Alaska and Hawaii as states in 1959.

    Vulnerable:
    Susceptible to attack: "We are vulnerable both by water and land, without either fleet or army" (Alexander Hamilton).

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/vulnerable

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. hello??? plz help me!!!!!!!!!! what does vulnerable mean????

    posted by Becca
  6. but that makes no sense!!! im not talking about the United States expanding!! im talking about British North America!!

    posted by Becca
  7. wait... are those the same thing???:|

    posted by Becca
  8. Your question asks why Americans wanted to expand into British North America (now known as eastern Canada).

    posted by Ms. Sue
  9. thank u!:DDDDD sorry about that lil mix up. i have another one! sorry to bother u.

    What were the advantages of free tradfe and reciprocity to the colonies of british north america? What were the disadvantages?

    posted by Becca

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