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Migration

As you explore the links, look for the different types of human migration as well as the causes. Once you select a specific group or region as your focus, ask yourself these questions: Is the migration temporary or permanent? Is it voluntary or forced? What caused the migration? How do modern migration patterns relate to the Westward Expansion in United States?

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