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A map depicting the summary of operations in the Mexican-American War, 1846-1847. On this day in 1848, the United States and Mexico signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, ending a two-year war. The treaty set the southern Texas border at the Rio Grande and ceded Mexico’s northern provinces (which now include California and large parts of New ...

www.factmonster.com/history/us/mexican-war

They met resistance from the Mexicans, and the skirmish marked the war's first conflict. U.S. troops moved west and claimed Sante Fe, New Mexico (1846) and California (1847). Leadership in Mexico changed hands several times during the war and caused confusion within the military. American troops overtook Mexico's weakened army and declared victory.

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Despite taking place in the American Southwest and Central America, the Mexican-American War (1845-48) had significant ties to the Philadelphia area. As one of the most populous urban centers in the country, the Delaware Valley became a hotbed of activity for one of the most controversial wars in American history.

www.realclearhistory.com/historiat/2018/05/07/genesis_of_mexican-american_war...

The war itself was unpopular at first, as it was the first war against an internationally-recognized state in 30 years (the U.S. had done plenty of fighting in between the War of 1812 and the Mexican-American War, but it was against polities that went unrecognized in the international arena, like Native American confederacies, Mediterranean ...

www.bartleby.com/essay/The-Mexican-American-War-F3C3ZW6AVJ

The Mexican American War, generally called the Mexican War and in Mexico the American intercession in Mexico, was a prepared conflict between the United States of America and the United Mexican States from 1846 to 1848. It followed in the wake of the 1845 American expansion of the free Republic of Texas, which Mexico still considered its ...

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Mexican American War Timeline - Major Battles For three years from 1846-1848, the United States battled with Mexico over the lands of the southwest. Prompted by the agreed annexation of the Republic of Texas in 1845 by the United States, Mexico went to battle, now with the United States of America over the disputed land won by the Texas people ...

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One of the final military clashes of the Mexican-American War, the Battle of San Pasqual was fought near what is now Escondido on December 6, 1846, between the American Army and Californio forces.. The battle of San Pasqual pitted General Stephen W. Kearny and the U.S. Army of the West against Captain Andrés Pico and his band of Californio lancers—mounted troops armed with long, spear-like ...

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Books for students about the Mexican-American War These library books may be checked out by our customers. Click each title for availability and to place a reserve. Hispanic America, Texas, and the Mexican War, 1835-1850. Examines the settlement of the area that became the southwestern portion of the United States, detailing how it evolved from ...

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Mexican-American War: Primary Sources DOCUMENT A The United States Declares War on Mexico Background: On April 26, 1846, following a tense stand-off between U.S. and Mexican troops on the banks of the Rio Grande (which the U.S. now claimed as its border with Mexico, having annexed the state of Texas), a small patrol of

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A study of the Mexican-American war by looking at the conflict from the perspective of each side