The French and Indian War was the longest US war before 1850.The longest US war in history was the Vietnam War.
Zachary Taylor died on 9 July 1850 long before the US Civil War.
The second longest war in U.S. history to date was the War in Vietnam. In June 2010 Operation Enduring Freedom(The War In Afghanistan surpassed the Vietnam War for the longest in US History. If you count the "Cold War" as a war then Operation Enduring Freedom would be the second longest war in US History.
The war on drugs
The longest war the United States ever entered was the Vietnam War.
Second world war
The US has been fighting in Afghanistan longer it was fighting in Vietnam. It is the longest war in US history.
Viet Nam 1961-1975
the Mexican War
In the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, it was the Vietnam War.
California became part of the US in 1846 when they conquered it during the Mexican War and then became a US State in 1850.
The Missouri Compromise of 1850 was made a moot compromise with the introduction of the Kansas Nebraska Act of 1854. Neither pieces of legislation can be demonstrated as a cause of the US Civil War. And, both laws were deemed unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court in the Dredd Scott case of 1857.
In 2001, shortlly after 9/11. It is the longest war ever fought by the US against a foreign enemy.
Utah became a territory in 1850 folloewing the Mexican-American War
The longest war in US history was the Indian Wars (Fighting on the Frontier); from 1620 (Pilgram landing) through 1890 (Wounded Knee). Approximately 270 years of war between the Red Man and the White Man.
Afghanistan... The one we're still fighting.
Afghanistan, it will be twelve years this fall.
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Zachary Taylor (1784-1850), the 12th US President, who served from 1849 to 1850 before dying in office. He was succeeded by his Vice-President, Millard Filmore.
After the Philippine-American War, the US governed the Philippines as a US possession. As it had promised to do before the war, after World War 2 the US granted independence to the Philippines.