Unit: 3 Westward Expansion (Native American (Manifest Destiny (The Monroe…
Unit: 3 Westward Expansion
want to keeping slavery legal
reasons why Texas was Annexed
USA wanted the land
Mexico is angry about annexation of Texas
America wanted southwest
Santa Anna wast some support battle in Northern Mexico
American captures Mexico City 1847
Treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo: 1848
Officially ends the Mexican- American War
February 2, 1848
The Monroe Doctrine is an example behind the mood and ideas of Manifest Destiny.
The Mexican-American war ended February 2, 1848 because of The Treaty of Guadalupe-Hildalgo which made the U.S. reach the pacific coast, which was the goal.
In 1845, the term, ¨Manifest Destiny" came to be because of John L. O´Sullivan.
Indian removal act 1830
Leads To war
Directly leads to the Trail of Tears
Forever divides Native American's and United States
Battle of Little Bighorn
Red River war
Sand Creek Massacre
Manifest Destiny (image)
Trail of tears (image)
Andrew Jackson (image)
it remained and American institution after the revolution war
system of trading that brought slaves to the America Colonies in exchange for goods
brought to America by the British in the 16th century
how many slaves?
12.5 million salves were brought to the American's
10.5 million survived the trip also known as "The middle passage"
Meaning 2 million slave died on the trip
Bodies would be thrown overboard
400,000 thousand were sent to the American Colonies
North vs. South
North: states are growing rapidly
South: states remained agrarian and dependent on salves
Mexican President Santa Anna
American President K. Polk