Study Guide for Test 3, 10329

Study Guide for Test 3, 10329 - Study Guide Chapters 11...

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Study Guide Chapters 11 through 15 10329 1. What was “manifest destiny?” 2. What did the Mexican government require of Americans who wanted to move to Texas in the 1820s? 3. What part did differing cultures play in bringing about the Texas Revolution? 4. Who commanded the defense of the Alamo? 5. Why is the Battle of San Jacinto important? 6. Why were Presidents Jackson and Van Buren hesitant to annex Texas? 7. How was the annexation of Texas accomplished? 8. Who was the American commander at Goliad? 9. What was the immediate cause of the Mexican War? 10. When was the Mexican War? 11. How did President Polk justify asking Congress to declare war on Mexico? 12. What was President Polk’s primary goal in the Mexican War? 13. What was the Wilmot Proviso? 14. What territory did the United States gain as a result of the Mexican War? 15. What impact did California’s application for statehood have among Southerners? 16. What were the terms of the Compromise of 1850?
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course HIST 10329 taught by Professor Jamesmccarthy during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston - Downtown.

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