America's New Land

America's New Land

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  • Louisiana Purchase
  • French Soldiers
  • 1803
  • Hi neighbor
  • 15 million whole thing
  • could we have your land for 10 Million?
  • Deal
  • American Soldiers
  • "Indian" Removal in the Southeast
  • American Soldiers
  • 1838
  • Move.
  • This is our homeland
  • Indians
  • Texas
  • Texan
  • 1840
  • We want independence
  • We're claiming our own land
  • Y'all are on our land
  • Mexican
  • The Americans got the Louisiana Purchase for 15 million. The Louisiana land was important to them since double its size in country for new settlements. The France did not care all that much about the land and got a whole lot of money out of selling it to help with war debt.
  • Mexican War
  • Have fun with your land!
  • The Americans having the Indians in the southeast evacuate helped with the white settlers getting new settlements. The Indians homeland was being invaded by someone who bought their land, and they were suffering a great deal to evacuate their homeland.
  • Oregon Territory
  • Indians
  • American
  • Texan settlers were getting independence from Mexico because of having to give up firearms, become catholic, and Indians to massacre their homes. This all caused tension between American settlers and Mexico, which led to the battle of the Alamo. The Mexicans government was in poor shape and is very mad at the Texans for wanting independence.
  • American and "Westward Expansion"
  • Indians
  • The Texans gained independence from Mexicans harsh laws and little democracy. The Mexicans lost half of its land and army from the wars with Santa Anna leading them.
  • Texan
  • 1846
  • Mexican
  • Bye
  • American expanded into territory to reach coast to coast. The Indians were forced to move to smaller homes by the Americans.
  • 1840
  • What are we supposed to do?
  • I don't know
  • The Americans benefitted from this with new space and felt they got the land fair and square. The native Americans on the other hand wanted to stay in their homeland but were forced to move.
  • 1869
  • This is our new home
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