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New Threats From Overseas Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.312 Learning Objectives: - Learn about the benefits and risks the U.S. was having with trading overseas.

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1 New Threats From Overseas Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.312 Learning Objectives: - Learn about the benefits and risks the U.S. was having with trading overseas. - Learn about how Britain and France were both violating U.S. Neutrality. - Learn about how Jefferson reacted to trading problems. (Embargo & Non-Intercourse) - Learn about the results of the 1808 election.

2 New Threats From Overseas Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.312

3 New Threats From Overseas Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.312

4 New Threats From Overseas As Americans traded more around the world, they had many different problems like pirates, ships being captured, and even Americans being forced to work on foreign ships (impressment). Chapter 10 section 3 Setting the Scene Pg.312

5 Chapter 10 section 3 New Threats From Overseas Trading Around the World Pg.312

6 Chapter 10 section 3 New Threats From Overseas Trading Around the World Pg.312 The Empress of China

7 Chapter 10 section 3 New Threats From Overseas Trading Around the World Pg.312 cutting ice blocks from a frozen lake

8 Chapter 10 section 3 New Threats From Overseas Trading Around the World Pg.312 Before electricity and refrigerators people used blocks of ice to help keep food from spoiling.

9 Blocks of ice were packed in sawdust and shipped to China to trade New England traders became very good at shipping and trading for goods that were valuable and in high demand. Trade with the country of China increased for things like “China” dishes, spices, and silk. Yankee Traders Chapter 10 section 3 New Threats From Overseas Trading Around the World Pg.312

10 Yankee Traders Chapter 10 section 3 New Threats From Overseas Trading Around the World Pg.313 Mr. Boston, we trade? Actually, my name is William... Oh yes, Mr. Boston will-i-um you trade?

11 To trade with China, the U.S. used the Mediterranean Sea. This area was controlled by the Barbary States of North Africa along with the Ottoman Empire of Europe. Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas Conflict With the Barbary States

12 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas Conflict With the Barbary States tribute = a bribe

13 American trading ship Tripoli Leader (Barbary Pirates) Should America pay tribute? Form a BLOCKADE! We will not pay these tributes any longer. America has the right to trade with any nation we wish ! We are making so much money from the trading ships, we shall increase the tribute! If you will not pay then we will have WAR!!!! Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas Conflict With the Barbary States President Jefferson

14 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas Conflict With the Barbary States

15 One of America’s frigates, the U.S.S. Philadelphia accidentally ran aground while patrolling near Tripoli. Defenseless, the crew was captured and taken as prisoners by the Barbary Pirates. Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas Conflict With the Barbary States

16 The U.S. Navy did a secret mission led by Lt. Stephen Decatur to sink the Philadelphia so the Barbary Pirates could not use it. Decatur and his men quietly sailed in at night, boarded the ship, and set it on fire which made it useless to the Barbary Pirates. Stephen Decatur Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas Conflict With the Barbary States

17 U.S. marines were sent to attack Tripoli. The marines had to march over 500 miles to make the attack. Tripoli was caught off guard by the surprise land attack. In 1805, the ruler of Tripoli surrendered and signed a treaty promising not to interfere with American ships any more. I promise not to interfere with the might America any more. Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas Conflict With the Barbary States

18 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas American Neutrality is Violated

19 FRANCE Britain and France went to war again in 1803 and American traders were taking advantage and trading with both countries. As the war went on, both Britain and France began capturing American trading ships … again. Each one said we can’t trade with their enemy. BRITAIN Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas American Neutrality is Violated

20 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas American Neutrality is Violated

21 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas American Neutrality is Violated

22 Britain began using the practice of impressment to get more sailors for their ships. They started by impressing their own people but eventually captured American sailors and forced them to work on British ships. Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.313 New Threats From Overseas American Neutrality is Violated

23 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas A Total Ban

24 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas A Total Ban

25 President Jefferson Americans didn’t like the Embargo Act. Some protested, others smuggled trade goods past the small American Navy. EMBARGO to stop trading (a ban) I think I’ll try an E M B A R G O! Americans should stop trading with any foreign countries. The Embargo Act Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas A Total Ban

26 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas A Limited Ban

27 When the embargo didn’t work because American ships were still being captured since American traders were ignoring the law, Jefferson tried a less strict embargo only against Britain and France. President Jefferson Non-intercourse Act Well, the embargo didn’t work, I think I’ll try trading with all countries except for Britain and France Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas A Limited Ban

28 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas Election of 1808

29 James Madison Democratic-Republican Jefferson I support my friend James Madison as my successor! Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas Election of 1808 VS. Democratic-Republicans Federalists Charles C. Pinckney Federalist (related to Thomas Pinckney) George Clinton (Independent) former governor of New York

30 Chapter 10 section 3 Pg.314 New Threats From Overseas Election of 1808


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