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Chapter 14 . Texan Independence and the acts and cases leading up to the Civil War . Vocab 100. To add on to your country Answer : Annex. Vocab 200. It is our right to expand westward Answer: Manifest Destiny. Vocab 300. President who believed in Manifest Destiny Answer : Polk.

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chapter 14

Chapter 14

Texan Independence and the acts and cases leading up to the Civil War

vocab 100
Vocab100

To add on to your country

Answer:

Annex

vocab 200
Vocab200

It is our right to expand westward

Answer:

Manifest Destiny

vocab 300
Vocab300

President who believed in Manifest Destiny

Answer:

Polk

vocab 400
Vocab400

To vote on a law

Answer:

Popular Sovereignty

vocab 500
Vocab500

Pro-slavery people who cross the border to violently fight for slavery

Answer:

Border Ruffians

people 100
People 100

Famous for a new type of knife

Answer:

Bowie

people 200
People 200

General who becomes president of Mexico

Answer:

Santa Anna

people 300
People 300

Blazed the California trail

Answer:

Joe Walker

people 400
People 400

Showed that it was possible for a family to move west

Answer:

The Whitmans

people 500
People 500

Former congressman who became an Alamo defender

Answer:

Crockett

acquiring land 100
Acquiring Land100

This lead up to California statehood

Answer:

The Gold Rush

acquiring land 200
Acquiring Land200

Slogan to push for all of the Oregon territory

Answer:

54 40 or Fight

acquiring land 300
Acquiring Land300

Start of both trails

Answer:

Independence, Missouri

acquiring land 400
Acquiring Land400

Buying a small strip of land for a railroad in 1853

Answer:

Gadsden Purchase

acquiring land 500
Acquiring Land500

What is the southern boundary of Texas according to Texas and Mexico?  (You need both and label which is which)

Answer:

Texas – Rio Grande River

Mexico – Nueces River

texas and independence 100
Texas and Independence 100

An old Spanish mission where Texans stood for independence

Answer:

The Alamo 

texas and independence 200
Texas and Independence 200

What treaty marked the final triumph of manifest destiny?

Answer:

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

texas and independence 300
Texas and Independence 300

Who signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo?

Answer:

Mexico and the U.S.

texas and independence 400
Texas and Independence 400

What is the Mexican Cession?

Answer:

Land that was given after the war

texas and independence 500
Texas and Independence 500

3 reasons why Texas pushed for Independence

Answer:

Religion, government, slavery

acts and cases 100
Acts and Cases 100

What was Dred Scott’s owner’s job?

Answer:

Military Surgeon

acts and cases 200
Acts and Cases 200

Why was the Compromise of 1850 necessary?

Answer:

To balance the power in the US (CA wanted to be a state)

acts and cases 300
Acts and Cases 300

What did the Kansas-Nebraska Act use to create the new states?

Answer:

Popular Sovereignty

acts and cases 400
Acts and Cases 400

What act or compromise was unconstitutional according to the Dred Scott case?

Answer:

Missouri Compromise

acts and cases 500
Acts and Cases 500

List 3 of the 4 parts of the ruling in the Dred Scott case.

Answer:

Missouri Compromise is unconstitutional

Slaves are not people so they cannot sue

Remains a slave

Slaves are property and the Constitution protects property

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