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... 1844 because he promised to deliver more lands. President Polk fulfilled his promise by gaining Oregon and, most spectacularly, provoking a war with Mexico  ...

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The roots of the Mexican War can be traced to westward expansion following the ... However, in the 1844 presidential campaign James K. Polk ran on a platform ...

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A border dispute around the Rio Grande escalated into armed hostilities, and in 1846 Congress declared war on Mexico. At this time, the Latter-day Saints, who ...

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And it was the war with Mexico, the first step in President James Knox Polk's ... After protracted negotiations a treaty of annexation was concluded in April 1844.

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In 1846, the war with Mexico provided the 39-year-old captain with his first ... SLIDELL'S REJECTION In 1844, Santa Anna was ousted as Mexico's president.

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Mexico's War of Independence began in 1810 and was finally won in 1821. ... In 1844, the new president of the United States of America James K Polk wanted to  ...

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... 1844 U. S. presidential campaign, and Mississippi Democrats enthusiastically ... An angry U.S. Congress, at Polk's request, declared war on Mexico on May ...

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Henry Clay sneered, “Who is James K. Polk?” Clay had just learned the name of the man nominated by Democrats to run against him for president in 1844. “A ...

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When they could, Mexicans responded by doing the same to their Indian enemies. Zones of interethnic conflict in northern Mexico, circa 1844. (Image courtesy of ...

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in 1919 of Justin H. Smith's The War With Mexico, American writers have given scant ... Joaquin de Herrera, who had become president in December 1844, that.