Settlers, businessmen, and soldiers from both the United States and Mexico attacked each other and this led to a militarization-type conflict.
3) The Mormons had a great effect on U.S. expansion to the west. Prior to the Mormon settlement near Salt Lake, the western frontier was known as a place that inspired rugged individualism and disorder among the people. The Mormon settlements established discipline and cooperation, which was needed for the settlement to survive in the harsh land. The Salt Lake settlement's organized government and religious dedication allowed it to be able to expand, developing devices such as an extensive irrigation system, making survival easier. The Mormon settlements paved the way for other settlers in the west because it gave an example of how to act
4) Expansion issues were the central issues of the 1844 presidential campaign. Incumbent John Tyler's stand on expansion issues stood with