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A.P. U.S. History Chapter 17 Key Terms Term: “Third War with England” Identification: Page: Significance: Term: Webster Ashburton Treaty Identification: (British wanted road, US wanted land- Aroostook war) Drew a line generally at the Aroostook River and roughly split the land U.S got the Mesabi range in Minnesota Page: Significance: The Mesabi iron ore range became an extremely valuable land as in supplied the industrial revolution’s need of iron ore to make steel Term: Texas Statehood Identification: (Texas was its own country, was making many international friends) (Americans thought if it allied with England it would sell cotton and cotton would decline in value and it would be breaking the Monroe doctrine) Page: Significance: James K. Polk was elected and his victory was seen as the mandate for manifest destiny. Texas was invited to join the united states- Mexico was unhappy. Term: “Oregon fever” Identification: (England had the first claim. US had a strong claim, exploration of Capt. Robert Gray.) In 1840s Many Americans followed the Oregon trail out west.
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