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Chap7 History Sect.1

Chap7 History Gr.10

Adams-Onis Treaty agreement between Spain and the U.S. that gave a portion of Florida to the U.S.
Era of Good Feelings brought on by the collapse of the Federalists after the War of 1812. A prolonged period of political harmony ensued
Federalist Party Collapse mostly due to their opposition to the war. New England threatened secession, which looked real bad, and helped cause the collapse
First Seminole War In Florida, Americans seized Spanish forts and fought to end seminole raids. Runaway slaves hid in Florida. Two British soldiers sent on fact finding mission were executed.
Latin American Colonies and Spain by the 1820s most of Spain's Latin American colonies had launched revolutions
Monroe Doctrine in 1823, the U.S. warned European nations that the U.S. would use force to depend American nations from further attempts to colonize.
Nationalism it can either mean a desire of a people to create their own nation or a feeling of pride and loyalty in one's country. In the U.S. this was a growing phenomenon during the 1820s
Rush-Bagot Agreement an agreement between the U.S., Britain, and France to limit war ships patrolling the Great Lakes
Simon Bolivar he is known throughout much of Latin America as the "Liberator." He led several independence movements during early mid 19th century
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