PRESIDENT SAM HOUSTON'S EFFORTS IN THE CASE OF TEXAS' ANNEXATION TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (1841-1845)
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The issue of the annexation of Texas to the United States of America was one of the most prominent events witnessed by the American continent in the late first half of the nineteenth century, and the accompanying political repercussions that affected the presidential election race of 1844, and the prominent role played by Texas Governor Sam Houston in crystallizing the annexation project. As well as foreign interference, foremost of which is the British role obstructing the project of Texas joining the United States of America
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