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Describe events that explain the border differences between these maps. Use information from the maps and the lesson in your response. Use complete sentences.

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  2. anonymous
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    please help ill give medals its the last one and im stuck.

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    GIVE ME A SEC

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    Well, if you see the top on was territories and they weren't like today's territories that had exact borders, ad you can see, the LoneStar Republic had only a part of Texas, while the Disputed Texas Territory has like some of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Colorado. There was no exact borders I guess I would say. The first one is also showing territories, cessions, and purchases, while the other one is showing the natural resources of each state. That's all I really understand...

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    And also, to answer the second question, think of the second map...what is it about? The _____ of the states of the United States...that's something that The United States gained other than land. ;)

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    The border differences of the maps show is the U.S. expanding! In 1783 the U.S. map expands to the Mississippi river. In 1803 the U.S. map expanded over the Louisiana territory because they purchased it from France. In 1819 the U.S. map expanded to the western part of Florida, later the eastern part of Florida was given during the Adam - Onis treaty. In 1845 Texas was annexed, which led to the Mexican War and the famous phrase, "Remember the Alamo." This again caused the U.S. territory to expand into the north part of Texas. In 1849 the southern part of Texas wanted to leave Mexico and join America, which lead to the American-Mexican war, and the U.S. won, which again lead the U.S. territory and map to expanded into now known Texas.

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    thank you so much!! :)

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    medel

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