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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
The Story of Achieving Manifest Destiny. 1. Texas was Spanish territory Spanish Territory P. 312 We want Independence from Spain.
The Texas Revolution Do we have expectations of modern day immigrants? What are those expectations?
The West Native Americans of the West (45 slides) California Missions (22 slides) Texas Revolution (15 slides) Mexican-American War (17 slides) The California.
Manifest Destiny A national “mission” The belief that the United States has a divine right to expand its territory to the Pacific Ocean. –John O’Sullivan,
Texas Annexation (1819). Americans come to Texas Spanish owned Then, Mexico declared its independence increased american settlement in texas American.
10-2 Notes Texas Independence Mexico gained its independence from Spain in 1821, and Created a liberal democratic government who invited Settlement in.
Friday, March 14 th, 2014 EQ: What were the causes and effects of Texas’ fight for independence? Explain three historical facts you learned yesterday about.
Topic 18 Chapter 11, Section 2. Settlers move to Texas SSteven Austin was paid and brought over by an empresario of the newly formed Mexican Government.
The Texas Revolution Aim: How did a revolution end in Texas? Do Now: Take out paragraph on Manifest Destiny REVIEW SHEET DUE MONDAY. TEST Thurs.
Texas and War with Mexico Chapter 9 Section 2. Explain how Texas won independence from Mexico. Analyze the goals of President Polk. Trace the causes and.
Battle over Texas Chapter 10 Sec. 2 By Mr. Linder.
Independence for Texas Chapter 9.2. Opening Texas to the Americans Part of Mexico, Tejanos, lived in South Invited Americans to colonize the area –National.
A Country Called Texas The Lone Star Republic Flag.
Texas Independence to Statehood. Texas Settlement Originally a Spanish colony Became Mexican territory when Mexico gained independence from Spain Very.
Texas and its Independence. Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and California were all part of New Spain in the early 1830’s.
Expansion in Texas Ch 9 Sect 3. Americans Settle in the Southwest Mexicans were attempting to convert Native Americans to Catholicism & settle them on.
The Texas Revolution. Westward Movement American settlers poured westward from the coastal states into the Midwest, Southwest, and Texas, seeking economic.
Road to the Texas Revolution Borrowed from: mrkash.com/activities/ texasrevolution.ppt
The Texas Revolution, 1836 Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna began restricting the powers of the regimes in Coahuita – Texas & other Mexican states. –Ignited.
A. American Settlers Move to Texas
Texas Fight for Independence 1836 Battle at the Alamo Massacre at Goliad Battle at San Jacinto.
Texas Independence. Americans move to Texas Spanish mission system in Texas failed Moses Austin proposed deal with New Spain (land in exchange for settling.
Why and When was the War fought Why At First Mexico wanted in Texas. Then Mexico stop allowing people in to Texas. There were some early clashes between.
Colonizing Texas The Alamo, Goliad Massacre, Republic of Texas.
MANIFEST DESTINY AND THE WAR WITH MEXICO If the nation expands, so will slavery - ?
Texas War for Independence Steps leading to war: – Mexico won their independence from Spain in 1821 Wanted trade with the U.S. and encourage U.S. immigration.
The Texas Revolution & Annexation Ch. 12 section 2.
Independence for Texas Chapter 9 Section 2. Opening Texas to Americans Texas was under Mexican control after Mexico achieved independence from Spain in.
“Remember the Alamo” The Struggle for Texan Independence.
10. Who was Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla? Father Hidalgo led a Mexican revolt against Spain in 1810 but was defeated.
1. Rich soil for growing cotton and corn 2. Grassy plants for grazing animals. 3. Rivers leading to natural ports on the Gulf of Mexico.
Chapter 12, Section 2 Independence for Texas. A Clash of Cultures Davy Crockett, of Tennessee, went to Texas in 1835 to help the Texans win their independence.
The Texas Revolution Answer the questions below by reading the slides that follow. Write on a separate paper labeled Texas Revolt and use complete sentences.
The Texas Revolution Take notes on the following slides. The text in blue is the most important for you to know.
Newspaper editor John O’Sullivan claimed, it is ‘our manifest destiny to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development.
Manifest Destiny and Texas Independence US History CH 7.1 – 7.3.
1 Where is TEJAS (Texas)? 1 TEJAS was a Spanish controlled land that bordered the United States territory.
Independence for Texas By Connor Gustafson, Evan Chiaro, and Josie Nordrum.
Texas and the Mexican-American War CHAPTER 5, SECTION 2.
The Causes for Independence Objective: Understand why Texans wanted to be a nation separate from Mexico.
Section 2 Independence for Texas Chapter 12 Westward Expansion.
Westward Looks the Empire Texas Independence. Texas: America Reneges on a Promise As part of Adams-Onis Treaty in 1819 America gave up claim to Texas.
Texas Revolution 1820s to American Settlement of Texas Why did Americans want to settle in Mexican territory primarily Texas? – There was cheap.
TEXAS INDEPENDENCE Chapter 9, Section 2. The Spanish Settle Texas Original inhabitants of Texas were Native Americans First Europeans to visit Texas.
By Kaylee, Mia and Mark. What is the Alamo? In 1835, Mexican soliders tried to take a cannon away from some Texans in Gonzales, Texas. The Texans fought.
Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion
Super Bowl Bound!. Journal Entry 1/20 LT: Students will learn foundations of Texas Revolution Historic social/cultural moments often.
Section 2-Independence for Texas Chapter Objectives Section 2: Independence for Texas I can chronicle the opening of Texas to American settlers. I.
It is in San Antonio, Texas The Spanish people started building it in 1724 The soldiers gave the Alamo its name and it means “cottonwood”
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