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Manifest destiny land territories

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  • 1. Manifest Destiny Coach Pokorny
  • 2. Manifest Destiny is?
    • Belief that the United States has the right and duty to expand to the Pacific Ocean
    • Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean
    • WESTWARD EXPANSION
  • 3. United States Territories
    • Treaty of Paris (1783)
    • Louisiana Purchase (1803)
    • Florida (Spanish) Cession (1819)
    • Texas Annexation (1845)
    • Oregon Country (1846)
    • Mexican Cession (1848)
    • Gadsden Purchase (1853)
  • 4. Treaty of Paris (1783)
    • American Colonist gained this territory due to the American Revolution.
    • Great Britain Agreed to give this territory to American Colonist
    • 13 colonies is part of this territory
    • Label this territory on the Map.
  • 5. Louisiana Purchase (1803)
    • Purchased from France for $15 million dollars
    • President Thomas Jefferson proposed this purchased
    • Napoleon agreed (He needs $ to help fight wars in Europe
    • Lewis and Clark Explored this territory
    • Label Territory on Map
  • 6. Florida (Spanish) Cession (1819)
    • Spain Sold Florida to the U.S. $5 million dollars
    • Land includes: Florida, parts of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana
    • President James Monroe purchased this territory.
    • Spain Sold this land because they knew U.S.could easily take Florida from them.
    • Label on Map
  • 7. Texas Annexation (1845)
    • Texas is owned by Mexico.
    • Mexico decided to let American’s move there. (S.F.A.)
    • Santa Anna-President
    • Texas Revolution
    • Republic of Texas
    • Anson Jones/Annexation
    • President James Polk accepts Texas Annexation
    • Label on Map.
  • 8. Oregon Country (1846)
    • U.S. and Great Britain agrees to share Oregon Country. (1818)
    • Marcos Whitman and others wrote letters to encourage migration (1836)
    • Pioneers began moving to Oregon-Wagon Travel, harsh conditions, disease Oregon Trail Game (1837)
    • U.S. and Great Britain agrees to divide the Oregon country.
    • Label on Map
  • 9. Mexican Cession (1848)
    • Texas is admitted into the Union
    • Mexico is mad, Texas is still their land.
    • Argument breaks out b/t U.S. and Mexico (boundaries) Shot fired
    • U.S. Pays 15 million
    • Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
    • Makes up the Southwest U.S.
    • Label on Map
  • 10. Gadsden Purchase (1853)
    • Wanted to build a railroad from east to California
    • Did not want to cross the Rocky Mts.
    • Looking for Flat Land
    • They purchased this land from Mexico for $10 Million dollars
    • Land today, Southern part of New Mexico and Arizona
    • Label on Map
  • 11. United States After 1853