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FMS 8th Ch 9

U.S. History

A foreign policy statement by President James Monroe stating that 1) the U.S. would not interfere in European affairs, and 2) that the western hemisphere was closed to colonization and/or interference by European nations. Monroe Doctrine
Patriotism: love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it; Nationalism
A strong sense of loyalty to a state or section instead of to the whole country. Sectionalism
Leading Revolutionary figure-negotiator of the Louisana Purchase-Fifth President-put forth the Monroe Doctrine James Monroe
An agreement proposed by Henry Clay that allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state and Maine to enter as a free state and outlawed slavery in any territories or states north of 36-30' latitude Missouri Compromise
It confirmed the acquisition of Florida by the U.S. (for $5 million) and fixed a boundary line between the U.S. and the Spanish Viceroyalty of New Spain, which would shortly become Mexico. Adams-Oniz Treaty
Known as the Great Compromiser-developed the Missouri Compromise & the Compromise of 1850 Henry Clay
Son of John Adams-Secretary of State to James Monroe-6th President John Quincy Adams
Created by: Stoll FMS