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Chapter 5, Lesson 2: Mexico Defeated (pp. 116-120)

I. Revolt and War

II. California Captured

    A. Mexico and the United States signed a treaty known as the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

    B. Most Calfornios accepted the treaty because they thought it would protect them, and it allowed them to keep the land they already owned.

    C. Little changed in the daily lives of the people of California after the war.

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