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What does the treaty say with respect to the treatment and rights of the Native American and Mexican inhabitants of the territory?




How is the concept of “manifest destiny” reflected in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo?




What are some of the arguments that John O’Sullivan uses in “Annexation” (1845) to justify the annexation of Texas and the expansionist agenda of the United States in the 19th century?



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epts and People Key Terms, Concepts and People Manifest Destiny The Mexican-American War (1846– 1848) The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo  (1848) Francisco Bilbao Simon Pokagon Winona LaDuke Indian Removal Act (1830) Trail of Tears (1838) Indian Wars (1864–1886) Dawes Severalty Act (1887)Questions to Consider and Discuss 1. What are some of the arguments that John O’Sullivan uses in “Annexation” (1845) to  justify the annexation of Texas and the expansionist agenda of the United States in the  19th century? 2. How is the concept of “manifest destiny” reflected in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo?  What does the treaty say with respect to the treatment and rights of the Native American  and Mexican inhabitants of the territory?  3. Describe the process through which the United States expanded its borders until it  acquired land that stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific in the 19th century. 4. How would some of the other authors assigned for this week (Bilbao, Pokagon, La Duke) respond to O’Sullivan’s assertion that expansion was a God­given destiny of the United  States? 5. Which U.S. policies and practices impacted the viability of Native American populations  and their lifestyles in the 1800s? How did they affect these communities? 6. What are some of the major differences Francisco Bilbao underscores (“La América en  Peligro,” 1856) between South America and the United States? What are his concerns  with U.S. expansionism? 7. According to Simon Pokagon (“The Red Man’s Greeting,” 1893), what impact did U.S.  expansionism have on Native American cultures and people? How is the history of  Native Americans that Pokagon tells different from what was taught in Quaker schools? 8. Describe Winona LaDuke’s (“Indigenous Environmentalism,” 1995) approach to creating sustainable uses of indigenous resources. How might this approach be instrumental in  addressing current issues indigenous “peoples” face?

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