Lec-21-MexicanWar - Full Bloom Polks Compromise Mexican...

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Mexican War, Territorial Expansion, and the Origins of the American Civil War Lecture Outline 1. Expansion Introduced a) Manifest Destiny 1. 1844 Election 2. Mexican War: 1846-48 a) Causes b)Slavery and Expansion Wilmot’s Proviso Calhoun’s Resolutions The “blades of a shear” 3. Mexican Cession
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Today’s Guest Artist Social Distortion: Sex, Love, and Rock and Roll
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President Tyler in Search of an Issue 1. Texas and Territorial Expansion 2. Democrats and Expansion 3. Whigs and Expansion 4. Expansion as a National Issue
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The Age of Manifest Destiny
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Campaign of 1844 Henry Clay James K. Polk
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Election of 1844
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Texas Annexed—Oregon Compromise(d) Annexation by Joint Congressional Resolution Terms of Annexation Background “54° 40´ or Fight” Manifest Destiny in
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Unformatted text preview: Full Bloom Polks Compromise Mexican War: 1846-1848 Polks Agenda Background to the War Origins of the War Success Slavery and Territorial Expansion: Wilmots Proviso David Wilmot Political Origins: Disgruntled Northern Democrats Constitutional Logic Principle: Individual Liberty The Meaning of the American Revolution Slavery and Territorial Expansion: Calhoun Resolutions John C. Calhoun Constitutional Logic and the Fifth Amendment Principle: Equality of the South and Slaveholders The Meaning of the American Revolution The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Nicholas Trist Terms Mexican Cession and the Issue of Slavery Expansion...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course HIST 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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