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President Monroe. 1. The Era of Good Feelings a. Occurred when Monroe was president. There were few political divisions in the U.S. and we weren't at.

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1 President Monroe

2 1. The Era of Good Feelings a. Occurred when Monroe was president. There were few political divisions in the U.S. and we weren't at war with Europe.

3 Foreign Relations A.England 1. Northern Border

4 U.S. - Canada Border

5 England 1. Northern Border * We negotiated a border with Canada at the 49 th parallel.

6 U.S. - Canada Border

7 England 1. Northern Border * We negotiated a border with Canada at the 49 th parallel. 2. Oregon * Spain, Russia, England and the U.S. all claimed Oregon.

8 Oregon Territory

9 England 1. Northern Border * We negotiated a border with Canada at the 49 th parallel. 2. Oregon * Spain, Russia, England and the U.S. all claimed Oregon. * The U.S. and Britain divided Oregon in 1846 along the 49 th parallel.

10 Oregon Territory

11 B. Spain 1. West Florida * U.S. said West Florida was part of the U.S.

12 Spanish Florida

13 B. Spain 1. West Florida * U.S. said West Florida was part of the U.S. * We took it over in 1810 and 1812.

14 B. Spain 1. West Florida * U.S. said West Florida was part of the U.S. * We took it over in 1810 and East Florida

15 B. Spain 1. West Florida * U.S. said West Florida was part of the U.S. * We took it over in 1810 and East Florida * In the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819 Spain gave Florida to the U.S.

16 Adams-Onis Treaty

17 B. Spain 1. West Florida * U.S. said West Florida was part of the U.S. * We took it over in 1810 and East Florida * In the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819 Spain gave Florida to the U.S. * The U.S. agreed to give up claims to Spanish Texas.

18 Adams-Onis Treaty

19 C. Mexico 1. Americans in Mexico

20 Mexico in orange

21 C. Mexico 1. Americans in Mexico * Mexico first welcomed Americans in hopes of increasing trade.

22 C. Mexico 1. Americans in Mexico * Mexico first welcomed Americans in hopes of increasing trade. * Mexico later regretted this decision. Americans came in larger numbers than expected and caused problems.

23 C. Mexico 1. Americans in Mexico * Mexico first welcomed Americans in hopes of increasing trade. * Mexico later regretted this decision. Americans came in larger numbers than expected and caused problems. 2. Father Hidalgo * In 1810 led a rebellion against Spain.

24 Father Hidalgo

25 C. Mexico 1. Americans in Mexico * Mexico first welcomed Americans in hopes of increasing trade. * Mexico later regretted this decision. Americans came in larger numbers than expected and caused problems. 2. Father Hidalgo * In 1810 led a rebellion against Spain. * He was captured and executed.

26 Father Hidalgo

27 D. South America 1. Simon Bolivar – “The Liberator”

28 Simon Bolivar

29 D. South America 1. Simon Bolivar * Led revolutions against Spain in Venezuela, Columbia, Panama, Bolivia, and Ecuador.

30 South America

31 D. South America 1. Simon Bolivar * Led revolutions against Spain in Venezuela, Columbia, Panama, Bolivia, and Ecuador. 2. Jose de San Martin

32 Jose de San Martin

33 D. South America 1. Simon Bolivar * Led revolutions against Spain in Venezuela, Columbia, Panama, Bolivia, and Ecuador. 2. Jose de San Martin * Led revolutions against Spain in Chile and Peru.

34 South America

35 European Nations became Interested in Latin America

36 2. The Monroe Doctrine a. It told European nations, no new colonies in North or South America. It also said we would stay out of European problems.

37 2. The Monroe Doctrine a. It told European nations, no new colonies in North or South America. It also said we would stay out of European problems. b. It kept Europe out of the Americas and kept the U.S. out of European wars until 1916.


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