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Gibbons v. Ogden court said states couldn't interfere with Congress's power to regulate interstate commerce
James Monroe 5th President sent us troops under Andrew Jackson to the us Florida border
John Quincy Adams Secretary of State, Negotiates with Spain
Andrew Jackson executed two British soldiers evicted the entire Spanish government hanged two chiefs that were captured by deception
Henry Clay Kentucky house of representative supporter of nationalism believed that a strong economy equals american plan nickname is the compromiser
Seminole Indians attacking settlements and helping slaves find freedom
Creek Indians American Indian tribe that lived in southern Georgia; was removed from the state through treaties in the 1820's.
"Era of Good Feelings" a time of peace pride and progress from 1815-1825
nationalism a strong feeling of pride in and loyalty to one's nation caused by successful negotiations with foreign powers
sectionalism Disagreements between the different regions
American System goal to make the US economically self sufficient three parts 1 push for a national bank 2 protective tariff 3 improve roads and canals
"corrupt bargain" Refers to the presidential election of 1824 in which Henry Clay, the Speaker of the House, convinced the House of Representatives to elect Adams rather than Jackson.
Rush-Bagot Agreement Us and Canada wanted the Great Lakes. limits naval power on the Great Lakes for US and Great Britain
Convention of 1818 Set the border between the U.S. and Canada at the 49th parallel (or latitude). Also affirmed U.S. rights to fisheries along Newfoundland and Labrador. share Oregon territory
Adam-Onis Treaty spain gives east florida to the U.S. then U.S. gives up claims to Texas and 5 million dollars to spain
Monroe Doctrine protected american from Europe Adams and Monroe put it together
Section: The North promote trade establish tariffs cities manufacturing
Section: The South support the growth of cotton promote slavery small towns agriculture
Section: The West protection from Indians more roads and canals frontier town agricultural and mining
First Seminole War Jackson invades Florida without orders from president Monroe he takes control of Spain's military outpost over throws Spanish governor it caused Spain to negotiate
Erie Canal from Albany to buffalo it connected lake Erie to New York City British, German and Irish immigrants dug it
McCulloch v. Maryland asserted the implied powers of Congress to create a national bank
Missouri Compromise settled the conflict from Missouri's application for statehood 1. Missouri would join the union as a slave state 2. Main would join the union as a free state 3. Slavery would be prohibited north of the Missouri/southern border
four part to the monroe doctrine ONE 1 US wouldn't interfere with European affairs
four part to the monroe doctrine TWO 2 The US wouldn't interfere with European colonies that existed in North and South America
four part to the monroe doctrine THREE 3 The western hemisphere was off limits to future colonization by foreign power
four part to the monroe doctrine FOUR 4 The US would consider Europeans attempts to colonize the nations in the western hemisphere a hostile act
Created by: dllemansky