What was the nickname of the Mexican American war?
The Mexican-American War did not have a nickname.
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.
The nickname for American soldiers during the Mexican-American war was doughboys. The term came about when the soldiers marching through northern Mexico were covered with white, chalky dust.
I'm not sure if this is what you are talking about...but it could be the nickname of a Mexican-American War regiment from Indiana- http://www.ingenweb.org/mexican/4THIMW.HTM
The Mexican cession was the outcome of the Mexican American war.
The Mexican-American War was not unnecessary.
Between 25,000 and 40,000 served in the Mexican Army during the Mexican American War.
No, the Mexican American War began in 1846.
The Mexican-American War.............................just look it up on google.
The Alamo played no role in the Mexican American War.
JFK fought in the Mexican American war
No, his first War was the Mexican American War. His Valley Campaign and his envelopment of the Union Army right wing at Chancellorsville are studied worldwide even today as examples of innovative and bold leadership. He excelled as well at the First Battle of Bull Run (where he received his famous nickname "Stonewall"),
The Mexican American War was declared on 13 May 1846 or on it was April 25, 1846 that the American-Mexican war started as the result of border incident known as the Thornton Affair. The Mexican American war began on 25 April 1846.
The U.S.-Mexican War
Thermopylae of the West because of the way that use of the terrain was vital to victory as the Persians had used it against the Greeks in the fall of 480 BCE.
Yes, he succeed the Mexican American war.
The US won the Mexican American War against Mexico.
There was substantial support for the War of 1812, and the population was equally divided on the Mexican American War.
No the Mexican American War was from 1846 to 1848.
the mexican-american war happened in new mexico california rebublic,northern
Yes, Sam Houston did fight in the Mexican-American War.
How did the U.S. win the Mexican-American War?
it was right and Mexican won the war
The dictator during the Mexican American war was Antonio Lopez De Santa Anna. he was exiled.
Yes, Veracruz was a major part of the Mexican American War.
Texas had been annexed prior to the Mexican American War.
You read the Speech on the Mexican-American War by Herny Clay. Here is the link.
It is called the Mexican American war for a reason. The US fought Mexico.
The Mexican Cession.
Abraham Lincoln opposed the Mexican American War as did John Quincy Adams and Henry David Thoreau.
The Mexican-American War, or simply the Mexican War as it was previously known, was fought mostly in southern Texas and northern Mexico, central Mexico, and southern California.
No, the Texas and Mexican War is correctly known as the Texas Revolution or the War for Texas Indepence and the Mexican-American war began in 1846 ten years after Texas won its Indepence at the Battle of San Jacinto in 1836.
It resulted in the Mexican Cession of California and the American Southwest.
The Mexican Spy Company was formed under the guidance of Ethan Allen Hitchcock during the Mexican-American war.
Generally the Democrats supported the Mexican American War with the Whigs in opposition.
In Washington, the Whigs spoke out against the Mexican-American War but did little to prevent it.
They called American troops "Gringos"
The war for Texas Independence involved a Mexican State (Tejas) breaking away from its parent and seeking Independence. The Mexican American War involved two Soverign Nations going to War.
they started farming for them.
the mexican wanted to win (:
1848, after the Mexican-American War.
mexican-american border also known as california
Sam Houston was an American (he was born in Virginia). He had fought the Mexicans 10 years earlier in the Texas Revolution (1836) and was a US Senator during the Mexican-American War.
Answer The Mexican-American War started in the year 1846 and ended in 1848. I hope that helps.
The mexican-american war started because of the Mexicans attacking Americans on their land too (the Americans.
No, the idea of a nation from Sea to Shining Sea was fulfilled as a result of the Mexican American War.
No Mexican American War battle was fought in San Antonio.
The only 1846 US state involved in the Mexican American War as a battlefield was Texas.
There is no such conflict as the African American War. You might be thinking of the Mexican-American War.