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R&R 2/23 test 2 23/02/2009 11:49:00 Test is Monday the March 2 nd . Civil war: war between two economic systems Summary of capitalist economics from slavery times Slave rebellion is a downfall Texas Rangers Alamo Small Mexican war Davy Crocket: congressman from Tenn. David Boowie  Trying to lobby Mexican government at Alamo so slavery could move in  Texas o Were slave plantations but it was illegal Slavery was moving South West like New Orleans  South was selling to England not to North o Profits were being plowed back into education Tehanoes: Spanish word for Mexicans  Not a racist war at first but became that way * leader of the Tehanoe : Juan Seguin o commanding calvary component gave Stephen Austin time to put his  recruits together
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Unformatted text preview: • Texas Rangers were army and attacked Kamanchies Indians • Only two tribes still in Texas: Alibamu and Coashatta • Rangers wanted to take Indian Mexican land ← ← Treaty of Guadelupe Hidalgo • Written on feb 2, 1848 • Mexican exploration went up to Montana o Lexis and Clark passed many Spanish traders • Mexicans founded Pueblo California o Tried to concealed that this was Mexican territory • Treaty was obliterating Mexican land ownership o Were no laws of killing Indians… so they Made Mexicans appear like Indians o Used Manifest Destiny as reason… American meant to have land by God o Law of Supercession o Indirection: ‘God told me to do this’ 23/02/2009 11:49:00 ← 23/02/2009 11:49:00 ←...
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