Manifest destiny

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Manifest destiny

The Mexican-American War (1846-1848) it was a politically divided and militarily unprepared Mexico against the expansionist-minded administration of U.S. President James K. Polk, who believed the United States had a “manifest destiny” to spread across the continent to the Pacific Ocean. A border along the Rio Grande started off the fighting and was followed by a series of U.S. victories. When the dust cleared, Mexico had lost about one-third of its territory, including nearly all of present-day California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico.

Florida TerritoryThe americans wanted to take over Florida becausw the indians kept raiding farms on gerorgia. We got the teritory because we bought it from spain in 1819.

The Louisiana territory

mexican american war

Louisiana Purchase took place in 1803. Napoleon sold it to the U.S afriad he would lose it to britan in the war. Thomas Jefferson paid $60 million dollars for 828,000 square miles, west of the MS River. Lewis and Clark were exploreers who were sentr to explore the territory.

Oregon Country was a portion of land between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains in the northwest portion of the present-day United States. In 1818, the United States and Britain agreed to a "joint occupation" of Oregon, splitting it in half.

Oregon

In 1845, the Republic of Texas was annexed to the United States of America, becoming the 28th U.S. state. Border disputes between the new state and Mexico, which had never recognized Texas independence and still considered the area a renegade Mexican state, led to the Mexican–American War (1846–1848)." Remember the Alamo"

Texas

Manifest Destiny

Man·i·fest Des·ti·nythe 19th-century doctrine or belief that the expansion of the US throughout the American continents was both justified and inevitable.

Mon·roe Doc·trinea principle of US policy, originated by President James Monroe in 1823, that any intervention by external powers in the politics of the Americas is a potentially hostile act against the US.


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