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  • U.S. History Chapter 12: A New National Identity Section 1: The Rise of Nationalism
  • The Era of Good Feelings
    • Post War of 1812:
      • Period of peace
      • Growth in national pride
    • “ Era of Good Feelings”
  • The Era of Good Feelings
    • James Monroe: elected 1816 & 1820
    • Monroe: president during the “Era of Good Feelings ”
    James Monroe
  • The Era of Good Feelings
    • Rush-Bagot Agreement —limited the naval power of the U.S. & Britain on the Great Lakes
    Richard Rush negotiated the Treaty
  • The Era of Good Feelings
    • Convention of 1818:
      • Fishing rights off of Canadian coast
      • Set U.S.-Canada border
      • Joint occupation of Pacific Northwest
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  • The Issue of Florida
    • Florida
      • Americans want to settle
      • Seminole raids
      • Runaway slaves
  • The Issue of Florida
    • John Quincy Adams sent to negotiate American settlement of Florida
    Secretary of State John Quincy Adams
  • The Issue of Florida
    • Andrew Jackson sent to secure Florida border
    General Andrew Jackson
  • The Issue of Florida
    • Jackson invades Florida
    • Takes over Spanish forts & overthrows governor
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  • The Issue of Florida
    • Adams-On ís Treaty (1819) :
      • Spain gave up East Florida
      • Spain gave up West Florida
  • The Issue of Florida
    • Adams-On ís Treaty (1819):
      • U.S. gave up claims to Texas
      • U.S. took responsibility for claims of U.S. citizens against Spain
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  • The Monroe Doctrine
    • 1820s: Latin American countries revolt
    • Simon Bol ívar : led revolutionary movements in Latin America
    Simon Bolívar
  • The Monroe Doctrine
    • Americans sympathized with Latin America
    • Worried about European countries
  • The Monroe Doctrine
    • Monroe Doctrine —declared North & South America were off-limits to colonization by any foreign power
    1912 Political Cartoon
  • Border dispute with Great Britain Border dispute with Spain Latin American Independence