Adams-Onís Treaty: Spain Sells Florida to the US (1819) In the early 1800s, tensions between the US and Spain were increasing over border disputes in North America. With Spanish power in the New World declining, it was widely believed that Spain would lose land to the US. The Adams-Onís Treaty settled the dispute by attempting to draw clearer borders, roughly granting Florida and Louisiana to the US while giving everything west of Louisiana to Spain. The US did not pay Spain directly for the new land. Instead, it compensated Spain in what way? Discuss More...
Police investigating bones found in Frick Park
Wed, 02 Dec 2015 14:58:23 -0500
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed that they received a call Wednesday afternoon about bones found in Frick Park.
The medical examiner was brought to the site and said that it would be several hours before the tests are finished. FREE APPS | NOW | FACEBOOK | TWITTER