During the colonial period in British and North America the major geographic barrier to westward expansion was the


The major geographic barrier to westward expansion during the colonial period was the Appalachian Mountains. They extend from Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada to central Alabama and serve as barriers between the tidewater region or eastern coastal plains and the extensive interior lowlands of North America.

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