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Neutrality and a National Navy 1783-1805
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Learning Objectives Federalist versus Republican naval policies. Influence of European events upon American trade and naval policy Understand Jay’s Treaty of 1794 List the causes and operations of the Quasi-War with France Background of Jefferson’s gunboat navy Operations against Barbary pirates
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State of the Navy after the War Defenseless Maritime Nation US independent Loss of British Trade Advantages New Overseas Markets Piracy 1783-1787
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Naval Policy Debate Federalists: Hamilton, Jay Strong Navy Balance of Power Protect Trade Republicans: Jefferson, Henry $$ and Imperialistic Provoke Europe Not needed - Fleets for Hire
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European Events French Revolution 1792 France and Treaty of 1778 British Orders of Council Seizure of American ships Barbary States Peace with Portugal U.S. Reaction Navy Act of 1794 Authorized construction of six frigates
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Diplomacy and Naval Policy Jay-Grenville Treaty - 1794 Issues between British and Americans
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Unformatted text preview: Treaty Results Public Reaction Peace with Barbary Pirates Effects on the Navy Only three frigates finished Quasi-War 1798-1800 Causes French Reaction to Jay-Grenville Treaty XYZ Affair Establishment of DON Stoddert Operations Capt Truxton on Constellation takes Insurgente Peace Treaty of Mortefontaine 1800 Captured 80 ships Jeffersonian Naval Policy Republican naval policy Cuts funds Sells all but 13 frigates (Second Reduction!) Defensive navy; gunboat diplomacy Barbary Wars 1801 - Tripoli declares war Dale and Morris weak and ineffective 1803 - Commodore Preble Discipline and professional Prebles Boys Takes fight to the pasha 1804 Philadelphia is captured with Capt Bainbridge Decatur liberates pasha and blows up Philadelphia Eaton and marines liberate Bainbridge and crew at Derna 1805 - War ends 1807 - Mediterranean Squadron...
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2010 for the course NAVSC 102 taught by Professor Hammond during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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