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America Overseas. American Foreign Policy from 1791-1830 REMEMBERING THE PAST… . America Overseas American Foreign Policy (1791-1830). Washington’s Farewell Address After the Declaration of Independence, Washington declared “We’re on our own now”. Control was removed from other nations.

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america overseas
America Overseas
  • American Foreign Policy from 1791-1830
  • REMEMBERING THE PAST…
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America Overseas

American Foreign Policy (1791-1830)

  • Washington’s Farewell Address
  • After the Declaration of Independence, Washington declared “We’re on our own now”.
  • Control was removed from other nations.
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War of 1812

  • * Tecumseh and impressments of sailors.
  • Burning of the capital
  • Francis Scott Key (Star Spangled Banner)
  • Battle of New Orleans (Andrew Jackson)
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Tradition of isolation

  • Stay out of other nations’ affairs unless we need to defend ourselves.
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Monroe Doctrine

  • Warning to the world that the U.S. was ready to protect their interests from any foreign power.
  • America was CLOSED to further colonization.
  • James Monroe was President