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We want manifest destiny, so can we have your land we will buy it from you?
No, you can not have our land
"Americans had an idea of a "manifest destiny" (westward expansion Pacific-Atlantic) craved into their heads." "They insisted that their nation had manifest destiny to dominate the continent and felt that it was their mission to extend the "boundaries of freedom" to other passing on their idealism and belief in democratic institutions to those who were capable of self-government."
April 25, 1846, Captain Seth Thornton the United States Army, with 70 soldiers by his side were attacked by a LARGER Mexican Army. The war began because of an incident occurred the disputed territory North of Rio Grande. The Mexicans stated that 16 American soldiers were killed. Still, to this day, we don't know how many Mexican soldiers were killed.
The United States won. The Americans bought the territory for $18,500,00 for the territory.
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