Vote No Annexation!
By Molly Smith
Don’t vote for annexation vote for no annexation!
North didn't want add another slave union.
Afraid annexation would lead to a war with Mexico.
- Most Americans do not want to take on any of the debt.
No annexation poster
This is a poster that tells that some people wanted no annexation.
This is President Lamar. Lamar did not follow the treaties so buffalo were over hunted.
Annexation news paper
This is a news paper of annexation
The annexation of Texas to the United States became a topic of political and diplomatic discussion after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and became a matter of international concern between 1836 and 1845, when Texas was a republic.In September 1836 Texas voted overwhelmingly in favor of annexation, but when the Texas minister at Washington, D.C., proposed annexation to the Martin Van Buren administration in August 1837, he was told that the proposition could not be entertained. Texas withdrew the annexation offer in 1838; President Mirabeau B. Lamar (1838–41) opposed annexation and did not reopen the question. Sam Houston, early in his second term (1841–44), tried without success to awaken the interest of the United States.