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Adams-Onis treaty

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  • 1. Adams-Onís Treaty
  • 2. War or 1812• Left patriotic feelings• Nationalism was seen in foreign policies
  • 3. Latin American Revolutions• Attempts to gain Independence from Spain• Most notably in Chile, Venezuela, and Argentina• Spanish troops are relocated to South America
  • 4. Jackson’s Mission• Saw revolutions as an opportunity• On the pretense….. Jackson entered Spanish territory
  • 5. Jackson Invasion• Jackson takes Spanish ports St. Marks and Pensacola• Deposes Spanish governor
  • 6. Washington’s Reaction• Cabinet agrees Jackson overstepped his instructions except for Secretary of State Adams
  • 7. John Quincy Adams• Nationalistic past• One of the great secretaries of state• Aggressive• Demanded huge concessions from Spain
  • 8. Spanish Reaction• Due to Latin Revolutions, Spain’s hands were tied• Believed Adams’s proposal was best option• Spain sends Don Luis de Onís
  • 9. Adams-Onís Treaty• Signed in 1819• Spain cedes east Florida and Oregon claims• America abandons Texas claims• America pays Spain• Not ratified until 1831
  • 10. Lasting Effects• Defines US-Mexican border• Red River and Greer County claim dispute Fun Fact• Red River Rivalry is associated with Adams Onís Treaty
  • 11. Cites Used• http://www.pbs.org/kpbs/theborder/history/ timeline/2.html• http://www.fl- genweb.org/charle/levy/archives/Timeline/ adamsonistreaty.htm• The American Pageant