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History of United States expansionism Buchkatalog
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 230. Chapters: First Transcontinental Railroad, War of 1812, Compromise of 1850, Indian removal, Manifest Destiny, Quebec Act, Lewis and Clark Expedition, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Wilmot Proviso, Royal Proclamation of 1763, Pony Express, Mason-Dixon Line, Frontier, Gadsden Purchase, Commonwealth of the Philippines, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Texas-Indian Wars, 51st state, Territorial evolution of the United States, Great Falls, United States territorial acquisitions, Oregon boundary dispute, Monroe Doctrine, Upland South, Ostend Manifesto, Missouri Fur Company, Overseas interventions of the United States, Oregon pioneer history, Alaska Purchase, Adams-Onís Treaty, Knights of the Golden Circle, Texas Annexation, Jonathan Carver, Conquest of California, Great Appalachian Valley, Georgia Platform, United States Army Military Government in Korea, Honey War, Methodist Mission, Roosevelt Corollary, State cessions, Fort Omaha, Mexican Cession, Zebulon Pike, Battle of Apache Pass, Battle of Cieneguilla, George William Featherstonhaugh, Stephen Harriman Long, Oregon Mission, Indian Reserve, Saratoga, Nebraska Territory, Battle of Pinos Altos, Missouri Compromise, Jackson Purchase, Alma, New Mexico, United States Civil Administration of the Ryukyu Islands, William Dunbar, Crawford Affair, First Battle of Dragoon Springs, Frontier Thesis, Pacific Railroad Surveys, Pike expedition, Battle of Fort Buchanan, Guano Islands Act, Good Neighbor policy, Fontenelle's Post, Carver's Cave, Battle of Big Dry Wash, Victorio's War, Filibuster, Great American Desert, Battle of Cooke's Canyon, Battle of Ganghwa, Fort Lisa, Black Ships, American Fur Company, Texas Santa Fe Expedition, Battle of Cibecue Creek, Joseph Nicollet, Mowry Massacres, Credit Foncier of America, Open Door Policy, Land Run of 1889, Battle of Mount Gray, Battle of the Florida Mountains, American pioneer, Bascom Affair, Indian old field, Richard White, Battle of Fort Tularosa, Siege of Tubac, Hank Monk, Fairfax Line, Cabanne's Trading Post, Battle of Cooke's Spring, Bonneville Expedition, Battle of Fort Apache, Ray Allen Billington Prize, Carleton Island, Battle of Hembrillo Basin, McLane-Ocampo Treaty, Battle of Turret Peak, Battle of Pecos River, Battle of Devil's River, Nashville Convention, Battle of Little Dry Creek, Battle of the Diablo Mountains, Clark Memorandum, Battle of Salt River Canyon, American Ranch Massacre, Conestoga wagon, Second Battle of Dragoon Springs, Wagon train, Land Run of 1892, Battle of Ojo Caliente Canyon, Omaha Quartermaster Depot Historic District, Second Battle of Fort Defiance, Covered wagon, Land Run of 1895, Halloway Massacre, Land Run of 1893, Battle of the Mimbres River, Land Run of 1891, Boosterism, Tallmadge Amendment, Joshua Pilcher, Alabama fever, Camp Sheridan, Michel Aco, Antoine Auguelle, Spanish Cession, Sabine Expedition, Tomahawk rights, Cabin Rights, Clayton Compromise, Beckwith Expedition, Sabine-Southwestern War. Excerpt: The War of 1812 was a military conflict fought between the forces of the United States of America and those of the British Empire, including those of present-day Canada. The Americans declared war in 1812 for a number of reasons, including a desire for expansion into the Northwest Territory, trade restrictions because of Britain's ongoing war with France, impressment of American merchant sailors into the Royal Navy, British support of American Indian tribes against American expansion, and the humiliatio...