Adams-Onís Treaty
War or 1812• Left patriotic feelings• Nationalism was seen in foreign policies
Latin American Revolutions• Attempts to gain Independence from  Spain• Most notably in Chile, Venezuela, and  Argentina• S...
Jackson’s Mission• Saw revolutions as an opportunity• On the pretense….. Jackson entered  Spanish territory
Jackson Invasion• Jackson takes Spanish ports St. Marks  and Pensacola• Deposes Spanish governor
Washington’s Reaction• Cabinet agrees Jackson overstepped his  instructions except for Secretary of State  Adams
John Quincy Adams•   Nationalistic past•   One of the great secretaries of state•   Aggressive•   Demanded huge concession...
Spanish Reaction• Due to Latin Revolutions, Spain’s hands  were tied• Believed Adams’s proposal was best option• Spain sen...
Adams-Onís Treaty•   Signed in 1819•   Spain cedes east Florida and Oregon claims•   America abandons Texas claims•   Amer...
Lasting Effects• Defines US-Mexican border• Red River and Greer County claim dispute               Fun Fact• Red River Riv...
Cites Used• http://www.pbs.org/kpbs/theborder/history/  timeline/2.html• http://www.fl-  genweb.org/charle/levy/archives/T...
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Adams-Onis treaty

  1. 1. Adams-Onís Treaty
  2. 2. War or 1812• Left patriotic feelings• Nationalism was seen in foreign policies
  3. 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. 4. Jackson’s Mission• Saw revolutions as an opportunity• On the pretense….. Jackson entered Spanish territory
  5. 5. Jackson Invasion• Jackson takes Spanish ports St. Marks and Pensacola• Deposes Spanish governor
  6. 6. Washington’s Reaction• Cabinet agrees Jackson overstepped his instructions except for Secretary of State Adams
  7. 7. John Quincy Adams• Nationalistic past• One of the great secretaries of state• Aggressive• Demanded huge concessions from Spain
  8. 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. 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. 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. 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

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