What land did the US gain after the war with Mexico?
The Mexican States of Alta California and Nuevo Nexico.
mexico offered the land after they one the war against spain to protect there settlers form hostile native americans
Ahhh what an interesting question. The reason the United States went to war went Mexico was simply to gain more land. The US claimed that they were shot at, but the United States was obviously trying to expand its territory.
us won the war with mexico
Disputes over the ownership of Texas and upper California were settled in favor of the US and the all land in between ( ie New Mexico, Arizona and all parts North) were annexed to the US.
Some of California and new mexico
to gain the land of canada
The war with Mexico changed the US border and land holdings significantly. The US was advantaged as it acquired New Mexico to be part of United States.
It revived the slavery question. Ultimately, it led to the American Civil War.
No, Mexico never had Florida. The US goal was ownership of Alta California and Nuevo Mexico.
To gain Arizona and New Mexico from Mexico
When the Mexican war ended with the signing of the treaty of Guadalupe hidalgo ended what land did the us gain?
They gained most of Mexico, places like California, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and so on. the Mexican cession
The title of the land that the US gained from Mexico from the war was known as the Mexican Cession. If you mean the chunk of land US bought from Mexico to build railroads that would be the Gadsden Purchase.
Land was annexed to the US as part of the treaty ending the Mexican War. The US was in a position to gain a favorable settlement to the question of whether the people in Texas and California had the right to join the US.
The US gained land on the Mexicans in year 1967 this happened because while the US was taking control the Mexicans were to busy eating tacos.
Land as far as the Mississippi River.
In the Spanish American War.
The United States fought wars with Mexico to gain the land of California and southern continental US.
Alta California, Nuevo Mexico and the Neuces Strip.
The Mexican American War.
mexican cession The comment is correct- Mexico had no direct connection to the War of 1812. Not much new territory was gained during the war of 1812. The Gulf Coast which was supposedly under Spanish control was occupied by US forces and after the War, the US annexed all of Florida. The British forts in Michigan were removed.
California and the American Southwest.
The United States didn't gain any land during the Texas War of independence. It annexed Texas after it had won its independence and was a free nation.
From 1821 when Mexico became an independent country, until the end of the Mexican-American War (1846-1848).
Mexico. The US went to war with Mexico over land, and when the US won, they took 1/3 of Mexico's land area at that time.
Guam, the Philippines and Puerto Rico.
no but Mexico did
It was a secret telegram from Germany to Mexico, saying Mexico should go to war with the US and reclaim land lost from the Mexican-American War, and that Germany would help Mexico. It angered US that Germany was trying to hurt US so US declared war against Germany.
It gain alska Actually, the U.S. did gain Alaska at around the same time as WWI, but not as a direct result of it.
He waged war against Mexico. This conflict is known as the Mexican-American War (1846-1848).
Both because it impoverished Mexico and enriched the US. It was a land grab of the first magnitude and a shameful moment in US History.
Canada and Mexico
Alta California and Nuevo Mexico.
Trough the Mexican-American War (1846-1848)
By winning the Mexican-American war, the US confirmed the annexation of Texas and gained the territories of New Mexico and California.
The US gained control of the Utah Territory based on the treaty with Mexico that ended the Mexican War
The Neuces Strip and the Mexican States of Alta California and Nuevo Mexico.
CANADA------------- (They also wanted to add Mexico)
mexico lets use borrow land but after we took to much they got mad starting a war
No side won the war, it was settled by The Treaty of Ghent. The U.S. did capture Mobile, Alabama from Spain from the war.
no. they got it by winning a war with Mexico. although in the end they did give Mexico money for it, i believe 15million.
Texas was already annexed by the U.S before the Mexican War. In fact, the annexation of Texas was the reason Mexico wanted war with the U.S. The result of the Mexican-American war was that the U.S. gained California and New Mexico.
One way is after the war, American pioneers purchased land from the Native Americans.
we shouldn't have gone to war with Mexico because all we really wanted was California at the time and Texas came to us to be annexed. It basically was a big misunderstanding between who was on who's land.
parts of mexico and arizona. they get power in a new territory and land to build a new military base or something else
California, Nevada, and Utah. There was also parts of Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico
Alta California and Nuevo Mexico.
It wasn't justified, as American blood was shed on a no man's land.
The US and Mexico had some problems that led to the Spanish American War. In the war Mexico could not stand a chance against the US and lost miserably. Once the US had Texas they decided to annex it and opened the land to both Americans and Mexicans. By Pinkyoojin