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Q: Which of the following is NOT a true statement about James K. Polk? A. He was a prot g of Andrew Jackson. B. He ran for president on an expansionist platform. C. He was elected president of the
United States in 1844. D. He was hesitant about annexing Texas because of the slavery issue.
A: D. He was hesitant about annexing Texas because of the slavery issue. Polk was a strong proponent of annexing Texas.
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User: Which of the following is NOT a true statement about James K. Polk? A. He was a prot g of Andrew Jackson. B. He ran for president on an expansionist platform. C. He was elected president of the United States in 1844. D. He was hesitant about annexing Texas because of the slavery issue.

Weegy: D. He was hesitant about annexing Texas because of the slavery issue. Polk was a strong proponent of annexing Texas.
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: What happened to Stephen F. Austin in 1833 when he tried to find a diplomatic solution to the problems between the Texans and the Mexican government? A. He was executed by the Mexican government. B. He was unjustly thrown in jail by the Mexican government. C. He brokered a deal with the Mexican government that held up for only five months. D. No one really knows what happened to him because he mysteriously disappeared on his way to Mexico City.

Weegy: B. He was unjustly thrown in jail by the Mexican government is the answer.
OxTornado007|Points 6709|

User: What is an amphibious assault? A. an attack that takes place at night B. an attack that takes place in the morning C. an attack by both officers and soldiers D. an attack by land and water

Weegy: The term "amphibious assault" refers to B. an assault by land and water. [ [ An amphibious operation is a military operation launched from the sea by an amphibious force, embarked in ships or craft with the primary purpose of introducing a landing force (LF) ashore to accomplish the assigned mission. ] ]
ailahlin|Points 120|

User: Which president refused to annex Texas in 1836 for fear of stirring up a potentially disastrous debate over slavery in the U.S.? A. James K. Polk B. Marin Van Buren C. Abraham Lincoln D. Andrew Jackson

Weegy: B. Martin Van Buren
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: What did the Wilmot Proviso stipulate? A. that slavery would be permitted in any territory acquired from Mexico after the war B. that the citizens would vote to determine whether or not slavery would exist in any territory acquired from Mexico after the war C. that slavery would be prohibited in any territory acquired from Mexico after the war D. that the U.S. Congress would vote to determine whether or not slavery would exist in any territory acquired from Mexico after the war

User: All of the following are true statements about Winfield Scott's taking of Mexico City EXCEPT: A. Scott's plan to take Mexico City was very well thought-out. B. Scott's plan involved an amphibious assault on the port city of Veracruz. C. Scott met up with General Santa Anna at Cerro Gordo. D. Although Scott never fully captured Mexico City, a peace with Mexico managed to be arranged.

Weegy: D. Although Scott never fully captured Mexico City, a peace with Mexico managed to be arranged.
migzptz|Points 7403|

User: What did the Mexican government do in the 1820s in order to "civilize" the region of Mexico we now know as Texas? A. The Mexican government forcibly removed Native Americans and relocated them to Canada. B. The Mexican government promised thousands of Mexicans large sums of money if they settled there. C. The Mexican government encouraged Americans to settle there. D. The Mexican government set up a penal colony there.

User: James K. Polk became the president most strongly associated with the idea of: A. manifest destiny B. civil disobedience C. rugged individualism D. American exceptionalism

Weegy: James K. Polk became the president most strongly associated with the idea of: A. manifest destiny
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Which of the following is NOT a true statement about James K. Polk? A. He was a protégé of Andrew Jackson. B. He ran for president on an expansionist platform. C. He was elected president of the United States in 1844. D. He was hesitant about annexing Texas because of the slavery issue.

Weegy: D. He was hesitant about annexing Texas because of the slavery issue. Polk was a strong proponent of annexing Texas.
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: Who led the Bear Flag Revolt in California during the U.S.-Mexican War? A. James K. Polk B. John C. Freemont C. Stephen W. Kearny D. General Winfield Scott

User: Who was the first official president of the Republic of Texas? A. Stephen Austin B. James Bowie C. Andrew Jackson D. Sam Houston

Weegy: D. Sam Houston
Saswata Bhattacharya|Points 134|

User: Which of the following is NOT a true statement about the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? A. One of the terms of the treaty was that the U.S. agreed to pay Mexico $15 million. B. President James K. Polk was extremely pleased with the treaty. C. Due to the terms of the treaty, the U.S. received approximately 338 million acres of land. D. The treaty was negotiated by Nicholas Trist.

Weegy: Which of the following is NOT a true statement about the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? B. President James K. Polk was extremely pleased with the treaty.
vandar|Points 911|

User: Fill in the blank: By 1845, as _________ became increasingly inhabited by Americans, President Polk became committed to obtaining them from Mexico. A. New Mexico and Canada B. California and Canada C. Oregon and Canada D. California and New Mexico

Weegy: D. California and New Mexico
yestfl|Points 1444|

User: What happened to Stephen F. Austin in 1833 when he tried to find a diplomatic solution to the problems between the Texans and the Mexican government? A. He was executed by the Mexican government. B. He was unjustly thrown in jail by the Mexican government. C. He brokered a deal with the Mexican government that held up for only five months. D. No one really knows what happened to him because he mysteriously disappeared on his way to Mexico City.

Weegy: B. He was unjustly thrown in jail by the Mexican government is the answer.
OxTornado007|Points 6709|

User: What humorous reference would torment General Winfield Scott throughout his career? A. "a hasty bowl of soup" B. "a fortnight to remember" C. "going down old Mexico way" D. "a sumptuous jar of jam awaits me"

Weegy: The 'General in Chief' of the Union Army varied throughout the war: Maj Gen Winfield Scott: July 5, ... What influenced Mozart and his music career? In: ... [ ]
thederby|Points 1530|

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