An economic crisis
increase of sectional tensions. Catalyst of Civil war.
The war increased opportunity Mexican immigrants but limited it for Japanese immigrants.
The US victory in the Mexican-American war meant that the land (now Utah) that was occupied by the Mormons was now a part of the United States.
How did the U.S. win the Mexican-American War?
Both of those events accelerated the growth of the US.
It gave us the Mexican Cession.
The US did NOT go to war with Mexico for the Mexican border, but they didn't go to war for the American border either. They fought for the US-Mexican border.
Just a few questions: * Which war? * Which areas of the US? * Which age group, economic group, etc.? * Who's lives effected and how were they effected?
James Knox Polk was the US president during the Mexican War.
It is called the Mexican American war for a reason. The US fought Mexico.
The US-Mexican war.
The US became an industrial giant equipped with nuclear power.
The Mexican, or its other name, the Mexican-US War, was in 1846. There is no direct connection to the US Civil War, other then that many of the generals of the Civil War, fought together and came to know each other.
JFK fought in the Mexican American war
A US victory and Mexican Cession.
The US won the Mexican American War against Mexico.
The Mexican Army under Santa Anna.
A nickname for the Mexican-American War was the Invasion of Mexico. It is also known as the US-Mexican War. It lasted from April 1846 until February 1848.
1845 was the Mexican-American War.
the Mexican War
when did the war of 1812 end