What caused the mexican war in 1846?

Answer Though other factors contributed, there were three main causes for the Mexican war. First, the United States annexed Texas in 1845, which Mexico considered an act of war itself. Second, the United ... Read More »

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Who invented sewing machines in 1846?

In 1846, Elias Howe patented the first practical sewing machine. However, until Isaac Singer added the up-and-down motion and Allen Wilson put in a rotary hook shuttle, the device did not sell very... Read More »

Who was the President of the United States in 1846?

James K. Polk (born November 2, 1795 in Pineville, North Carolina; died June 15, 1849 in Nashville, Tennessee) succeeded John Tyler as the eleventh President of the United States, serving between M... Read More »

How many Mexican troops died in the Mexican-American war?

The number of Mexican troops who died during the Mexican-American War is estimated at about 25,000. Most of these deaths were the result of disease, which was rampant during the two-year conflict.S... Read More »

Is the child of a Mexican illegal born in the USA a Mexican citizen?

According to the 1998 Mexican Nationality Law, children born on American soil to Mexican citizens are not automatically given Mexican citizenship, but they are considered Mexican nationals and are ... Read More »