Flashcards in APUSH 4.3 Deck (29):
US interest in increasing foreign trade, expanding its national borders, and isolating itself from European conflicts shaped what?
The nations foreign policy
Spurred government and private initiatives
Struggling to create an independent global presence, US policy makers sought to dominate what?
North America contient
promate foreign trade
What did the US do after the Louisiana Purchase?
expand trade and contact beyond the border
What was significant about the new Oregon border?
US and Canada eventually settled in the 49th Parallel
What was significant about annexing Texas?
After Texas declared independence, the US added Texas in 1845 (debates over slavery)
What was significant about the US trading with China?
Treaty of Wanghia (1844) improved trading rights for US in China
In what ways did the US seek to dominate North America?
What did the Monroe doctrine do?
Warned Europe to stay out of Latin America, in return US would stay out of European affairs
What was the Webster-Ashburton Treaty?
helped resolve the Maine/Canada boundry dispute (Aroostook War)
Various American groups and individuals initiated, championed, and/or resisted what?
expansion of territory and/or government powers
What were debates raised about?
incorportation of new territories
What did the Missouri Compromise desire to balance?
number of free and slave states
Who resisted the authority of the federal government?
North and South states
What was New England's reaction to the War of 1812 and embargoes against Britain?
What was southeners reaction to high tariffs (SC Exosition and Protest)?
Who advocated for expansion?
those living on the frontier
Who started Warhawks during War of 1812?
After War of 1812, why were Indians on the frontier less of a threat?
they were pushed west
What were the two Native American conflicts and federal efforts to control Natives?
Indian Removal Act
What was the Indian Removal Act?
supported by southerners, pushed Natives west of the Mississippi River
What was the Trail of Tears?
forced removal west of MIssissippi
What were the Seminole Wars?
series of wars with Natives in Florida
The American acquistion of lands in teh West gave rise to what?
contest over the extension of slavery into western territories
a series of attempts at national compromise
Missouri Compromise had _ _ success, but eventually _ _.
short term; broke down
What were the 3 parts of the Missouri Compromise?
MO = slave
36 degrees 30'
Who warned of the Missouri Compromises affects?
What was the MO compromise later overturned by?
What did the KS-NB act lead to?