Yes and No. Manifest Destiny states that the US Citizens should own all of the land in North America during the early years of the United States. The US Government now controls most of North America, so that would be a "No". However, some extremists believe that the USA should control all of the land in that the eye can see (with satellite technology, that would be the whole planet). That would be a "Yes". In reality, Manifest Destiny is a severely outdated concept and should not be applied to the current state of affairs. That would mean that "No" would be a more sensible answer.
A "manifest ack" is one of the notifications one gets from the USPS (United States Postal Service) when the parcel or piece of mail to which your tracking number refers has been electronically apprehended by the USPS themselves. It basically means that they have scanned your package and are ready to mail it out, though it hasn't gone out yet.
Manifest Destiny was the belief that the general population during the early years of America held. They thought it was destined by God for America to stretch from ocean to ocean. So, the American government bought and fought for the remaining land that separated the US from the pacific, gaining land from Mexico, France, England, and a few other countries. The government used propaganda and advertising to gain the interest of the American people and convince them to move westward, thus a huge migration of people moved west in order to conquer the virgin land and complete manifest destiny.
Move west to start a new life
All americans wanted to explore the west for new oportunities
Not all people were successful
In 1803 the us doubled in size with the louisiana purchase
For many years, the british colonies clung desperatly
Exspansions of the country was a major part of history
Small land purchases and land disoutes were worked out until the u.s. strectches from the atlantic
To the atlantic coastline
America's belief of Manifest Destiny influenced them to journey and claim much land west of the already established states, much to the dismay of the indigenous natives.
John L. O'Sullivan, editor of the United States Magazine and Democratic Review, coined the phrase "manifest destiny" in 1845.
The United States has a God-given right to occupy all of North America. The United States has more of a right to rule the West than the native peoples.
The dream of America expanding "from sea to shining sea".
It is fated that the United States possess and occupy the entire continent of North America
Manifest Destiny was the term used to describe the idea in the United States, beginning in the 1840s, that the US was destined to expand from ocean to ocean and all of North America from north to south. It developed, in part, from a great surge of nationalism (patriotism) following the War of 1812, as the nation expanded west. Because of our economic and political superiority, and due to the rapid growth of our population, and because it was God's will, our superior civilization should take over the others on the continent.
John L. O'Sullivan
It was fate that the United States would continue to expand westward.
First used in a newspaper article written by John O'Sullivan in 1845, the term Manifest Destiny was used to describe the idea that the westward expansion of the United States was inevitable because of fate. In 1845, John O'Sullivan wrote a newspaper article on the annexation of Texas in which he said it was America's "manifest destiny to overspread the continent." The concept of Manifest Destiny was also used to justify expansion into California, Oregon, and Alaska.
It was fate that the united states would continue to expand westward.
He made the first giant step by winning independence for Texas.
Belief that the US should expand "from sea to shining sea"
He acquired Florida throught diplomacy.
Although manifest destiny is most closely associated with the territorial expansion of the United States from 1812 to 1860, it has been used in more modern times as well. President McKinley invoked the idea of manifest destiny when advocating for the annexation of Hawaii.
The manifest destiny theory was an idea that said that America was destined to rule the continent from coast to coast. This encouraged the government to expand west leading to conflicts with native Americans. This also was a big reason for the civil war as there was a debate whether slavery was to be allowed in the new states and territories out west.
It was not just one individual state that played a role in manifest destiny. It was the many states that Polk believed the United States should expand into towards the west. One of the most inflentual states would be Oregon since the term manifest destiny was coined during the Oregon boundary dispute.
It encouraged pioneers to settle farther west and south. It also got the United States more land from Mexico and Great Britain.
This was the idea that it was clear, i.e. manifest, that the United States was destined to reach from the Atlantic to the Pacific. People who believed this idea tended to make plans under the assumption that it would come true and even to take steps to make it happen Settlers moved westward into territory owned by Spain or later Mexico with the idea that it might one day be annexed to the US. As the US became a military power in the region, people began to think about using force or at least risking the necessity of using force in order to add California and Texas and the land in between to the US. Adding Oregon was not much of stretch after the Louisiana Purchase and the treaty with Britain, ending the War of 1812 and the later treaty of 1818. The end result was that the destiny became true.
Manifest destiny was the belief that Americans were destined to travel west until reaching the pacific ocean, and therefore conquering said land
That America was destined to go from sea to shining sea (a.k.a. Atlantic to Pacific) and thus set out to settle the west of the continent.
Expansion was needed to keep the United States safe from its enemies.
Manifest Destiny appeased the Christian concepts carried by the pioneers.