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  1. anonymous
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    Step One: After studying the maps and answer the questions that follow. 1. Describe events that explain the border differences between these maps. Use information from the maps and the lesson in your response. Use complete sentences. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Besides land, what did the United States gain from expansion? Use information from the maps and the lesson in your response. Use complete sentences. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Step Two: Answer the question below using the framework provided. People disagree whether the United States should have gone to war against Mexico. Should the United States have declared war? Consider information from the lesson and maps to explain your claim with at least two reasons. The United States _________________________________________________________because _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________. A second reason is ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Step Three: Form your counterargument using the framework provided. Reporter McQuill mentions your claim will be stronger if you respond well to someone who disagrees with you. Use this framework to challenge a counterclaim. Even though some people think that ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

  2. anonymous
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    here is all the info you need to know plea please help me out im really trying to pass

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    notes

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    Despite the U.S. victory and its gain of land, there were several long-term costs of the Mexican-American War war: 25,000 Mexicans and 12,700 Americans lost their lives. Many died of disease. Mexico lost more than half its territory. U.S. citizens have found great wealth in these areas. The gain of land increased conflict within the United States over the issue of slavery. Americans argued bitterly over whether to allow slavery in the new territories. Mexico demanded payment for losses from Native American raids. The U.S. needed mountain-free land to build a railroad. To solve both problems, the U.S. purchased additional land from Mexico under the Gadsden Purchase in 1853.

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    Heres my notes to go along with the maps , they said use those to help with the first question: 1783- U.s extended from the Atlantic to the Mississippi River 1803- U.S. purchased Louisiana territory from France 1819- Western part of Florida was annexed, or taken possession of by the U.S. The eastern part was given during the Adam - Onis treaty. 1845- Texas was annexed, which led to the Mexican War. 1848- The southwest part of the U.S. was ceded by mexico following the Mexican- American war.

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    @frdoe @Bigbosssaint21 please please please

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    @Hayleymeyer

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    This should help with #1 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.

  11. Bigbosssaint21
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    #2 Besides land the United States gained resources from expansion. In the 1783 expansion the U.S. gained gold, oil and coal. In 1803 the U.S. gained a lot more gold, some oil and coal. The 1819 expansion of the U.S. gained no notable resources. (At least the map doesn't show Florida having anything.) In the 1845 expansion coal and oil were gained, this being the same in 1848. (Coal and oil were gained.)

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    Annexation of Texas. The Mexican-American War of 1846-1848. The Gadsden Purchase. USA gained important natural resources as well as land from expansion ?

  13. anonymous
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    @Baby_Bear69 !!

  14. Baby_Bear69
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    Sorry, I got 3 Geography projects myself due today, i can't help sorry

  15. Bigbosssaint21
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    for step two you just explain your opinion on if the U.S. should have gone to war with mexico

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    Besides land the United States had gained resources and materials from the expansion. Materials such as Coal, Gold, and Oil. They received Gold from California due to the California gold rush. They received oil from Texas and other states near it. Coal came from the North East and allowed for industrialization. This is what the United States gained other than land

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    for 2?

  18. Bigbosssaint21
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    yes that is great =)

  19. anonymous
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    what about step 3?

  20. anonymous
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    i have no idea

  21. Bigbosssaint21
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    Yea im stumped too

  22. anonymous
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    @frdoe atleaset with 3? please

  23. anonymous
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    i have step 2 qnd 3 left please help

  24. Bigbosssaint21
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    step 2 is your opinion whether the U.S. should have gone to war with Mexico

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    @x3_x3

  26. anonymous
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    step 2 and 3 i need help with

  27. anonymous
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    igh hld up

  28. Bigbosssaint21
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    @bby.nessa step 2 is your opinion whether the U.S. should have gone to war with Mexico

  29. anonymous
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    @Bigbosssaint21 is right #2 is just ur opinion :P

  30. anonymous
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    whats ur guys opinion lol im not so smart

  31. Bigbosssaint21
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    i personally believe so in the fact that it was a time of conflicts around the globe and with the Mexican empire being so new, if it were just ignored then it would have taken even further hostilities and other smaller nations would have seen the U.S. as open game to mess with.

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