The U.S. Mexican war By stEvie

Zachary Taylor thousands of soldiers to Texas

John S. Rip Ford one of the famous Texas rangers

Offensive major troop advance into northern Mexico

Winfield scott the new commander

In 1845 president James K. Polk sent John Slidell to Mexico to settle the disputes

In 1847 Mexico City fell

Approximately 116000 U.S. Soldier who served in the war nearly 13000 lost their liver

More the 60 Texans died in battle and more then 270 more died from disease or accident

The war with Mexico had cost the United States nearly 98 million

In 1842 after being accused of aiding Mexican troops attacked texas

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Created with images by Itsara - "bridge golden gate sea" • PeteLinforth - "statue of liberty usa america" • striatic - "past tense"

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