The U.S-Mexican War By rodrigo chavez

Zachary Taylor mission was to protect the new state from any attack.

In early April, a Mexican general sent a message to Taylor, ordering him to return to the east bank of the Neuces.

The next day, Taylor sent word to Washington that fighting had begun.

In November 1845 President James K. Polk sent John slidell to Mexico to settle the disputes.

The border conflict in which Dana took part arose from tensions between Mexico and The United States.

Offensive is a major troop advance.

Winfield Scott was the new commander.

Mexico owed money to Untited States 98$ million dollars.

6000 Texans volunteered to fight in the U.S-Mexican war.

Several of the Rangers who joined the U.S Forces during the war served as scouts.

Winfield Scott

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Created with images by dbking - "299_9923" • roberthuffstutter - "COMMANDER EVERETT ALVAREZ JR, USN," • Francisco Diez - "Angel de la Independencia, Mexico City" • dbking - "Admiral David Farragut"

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