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CLAIMED BY BOTH USA & ENGLAND BY 1840S SETTLEMENTS BY BOTH NATIONS
2,000 MILES LEAVE IN SPRING LANDSCAPE & DAILY LIFE DANGERS
BY 1840S SETTLEMENTS BY BOTH NATIONS MOUNTAINMEN & FUR TRADE
POLKCLAY WHIGDEMOCRAT BIRNEY LIBERTY
CAMPAIGN PROMISE OREGON COUNTRY TO USA OR WAR WITH ENGLAND!
ABOUT POLK POLKS POLICIES
TREATY OF 1846 USA ALREADY AT WAR WITH MEXICO DOES NOT WANT WAR
WINS INDEPENDENCE FROM SPAIN IN 1823 INVITES AMERICAN SETTLEMENTS IN TEXAS
RULES FOR SETTLERS: CATHOLIC/NO SLAVES AMERICANS LED BY STEVEN AUSTIN POUR INTO TEXAS DURING 1830S 1830 – 15,000 AMERICANS 5000 MEXICANS IN TEXAS KEPT AMERICAN CULTURE
LEAD BY AUSTIN ATTACK FORT AT SAN ANTONIO TEXANS BEGIN TO REBELL! BATTLE NEAR GONZALES!
TEXANS RETREAT TO THE ALAMO & FORTIFY POSITION MEXICAN SURPISE TEXANS NEAR SAN ANTONIO NO PRISONERS!
ABOUT THE OLD SPANISH MISSION
LINE IN THE SAND BOMBARDMENT THE MEXICAN ASSALT
REMEMBER THE ALAMO! GOLIAD SAN JACINTO TEXAS WINS FREEDOM
DECLARE INDEPENDENCE MARCH 1836 HOUSTON PRESIDENT SOUGHT ADMISSION TO USA TRADE AGREEMENTS WITH ENGLAND
SLAVE STATE WAR WITH MEXICO GAG RULE IN CONGRESS MADE NO ATTEMPT JOINT RESOLUTION (4 STATES COULD BE MADE) TEXAS & ENGLAND
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WELCOME TO AUSTIN, TEXAS GMA LITIGATION CONFERENCE FEBRUARY 23-25, 2010.
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The Paths West History of the American West. Daily Question The population of the United States west of the Appalachians was less than 100,000 in 1790.
Manifest Destiny US History McIntyre Map of United States Circa 1830.
THE LONE STAR REPUBLIC CHAPTER 12. SAM HOUSTONS GOVERNMENT SECTION 1.
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Trends in Antebellum America: New intellectual and religious movements. 2. Social reforms. 3. Beginnings of the Industrial Revolution in.
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The Alamo Political Geography Tejas Land in Tejas was rich & desirable, with forests in the east, rich soil for growing corn & cotton, & great grassy.
Section 1-5 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. Rivalry in the Northwest In the early 1800s, four nations claimed.
Study Guide 9. Who won the election of 1844? Who was the leader of the Texas rebels that defeated Santa Anna at San Jacinto? Sam Houston.
Road to Revolution Jeopardy Game Please select a Team by picking the category that matches your birthday. 1.January-March 2.April-June 3.July-September.
US-VA History SOL Review Materials America’s “Manifest Destiny” and the Rise of Sectionalism,
Hosted by Mr. Clark The Lure of the West American Expansionism The Far West The Rush to California/Mix
The West Standard 3. The West USHC-3.1 Explain the impact and challenges of westward movement, including the major land acquisitions, peoples motivations.
NOTES Texas Revolution. 1. List in order the events that led to the Battle of Gonzales? 4. What was the outcome of the siege of San Antonio? 3. Why did.
Chapter 13 B and Post Jacksonian Democracy / Texas Revolution / Mexican-American War Territorial Expansion.
By: Erika Liebel. The Long Expedition Wanted to conquer Texas June 1819 occupied Nacadoches & declared Texas to be an independent Republic. Spanish troops.
CENTER STAGE TRIVIA CHALLENGE Ch This term means to add on.
By: Erika Liebel Texas Revolution. Battle of Gonzales October 2, st battle of the Texas Revolution Texians take Mexican cannon Col John Moore.
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