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Title: November 3, 2016


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  • November 3, 2016
  • U.S. History Agenda
  • DO NOW Multiple Choice Review
  • NOTES 17 What major interactions did the early
    U.S. have with Europe?
  • MARKING PERIOD ENDS TOMORROW

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What major interactions did the early U.S. have
with Europe? Notes 17
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  • During the early 1800s, the U.S. felt that
    Britain was violating their freedom of the seas.

British impressments of American sailors and ships
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  • Many Americans also wanted to see the U.S. expand
    its territory by taking British-owned land in
    North America.

Congressmen Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun War
Hawks
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  • As a result, the U.S. went to war with Britain in
    the War of 1812.

President James Madison (1809 1817)
War of 1812 (1812 1814)
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  • This war ended in a draw in 1814, but led to an
    increase in American feelings of nationalism.

General Andrew Jackson ?
Attack on Fort McHenry (September 13 14, 1814)
Burning of Washington (August 24, 1814)
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  • Following the Louisiana Purchase, the U.S.
    further expanded its borders by purchasing
    Florida from Spain in 1819.

Secretary of State John Quincy Adams
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  • In 1823, the U.S. adopted the Monroe Doctrine in
    an attempt to limit European influence in the
    Western Hemisphere.

President James Monroe (1817 1825)
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  • The Monroe Doctrine declared that the U.S. would
    view European interference in the Western
    Hemisphere (specifically in Latin America) as a
    threat.
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