The Annexation Of Texas In 1844: The Mexican-American War

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The Annexation of Texas in 1844 was the climax of the Mexican-American War. In 1836, Mexico threatened war and President Martin Van Buren refrained from annexing Texas (Office of the Historian). It wasn’t until 1844 that President John Tyler negotiated with the Republic of Texas. The Treaty of Annexation was the tipping point, which caused Mexico to diplomat relations with the United States. However, Tyler fell short of collecting enough Senate votes to ratify the treaty. With the help of President-elect Polk and house of Congress; on March 1, 1845, Texas was admitted into the United States. Texas Annexation began the feud between Mexico and United States over Texas border. Texas State included Colorado and New Mexico. The conflict arose over
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