[Meridian]_Foreign_Policy_I - AP U.S History Foreign Policy...

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AP U.S. History Foreign Policy Review Foreign Policy I ~1776-1914~ A Meridian ® APUSH Study Guide by John Ho ± Doctrine of Two Hemispheres ¾ End of the French and Indian War (1763) Early Powers in the New World Nation Possessions after the War French Controlled the Louisiana Territory, eastern boundary set at the Mississippi. British Controlled Canada and territory from the colonies to the Mississippi as well as some possessions in the Caribbean. Spanish Controlled Florida, Mexico, and most Caribbean possessions. ¾ The Revolutionary War (1776-1880) Continental Congress The Great Society Act Date Description Declaration of Independence 1776 Declaration of grievances submitted against the British king which formally founded the United States. Franco-American Alliance 1778 France joins the Revolutionary War aiding the United States, forming the Franco-American Alliance. Treaty of Paris 1783 Great Britain agrees to recognize American independence, ceding land from the Atlantic to the Mississippi. ® Copyright© 2006 (April 24 th ) All rights reserved. APUSH Study Guide v1.1 by Meridian Notes. Do not distribute or reproduce without replicating this copyright. United States Foreign Policy Doctrine in two Hemispheres The New Manifest Destiny World War I New Isolationism World War II Cold War Era Post Cold War Era 1776-1880 1880-1914 1914-1919 1920-1930s 1941-1945 1945-1990 1990-Present Revolutionary Articles of The New War Confederation Ship of State 1776-1880 1777-1880 1788-1880
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¾ Articles of Confederation Period (1777-1788) Confederation Period Nation Action Date Description Navigation Acts 1783 Great Britain refuses to repeal the Navigation Acts and denies the U.S. commercial agreements, pointing out that the weak Continental Congress would fail to enforce the treaties. West Indies 1783 Great Britain refuses to allow the U.S. to trade with the West Indies. Great Britain Northern Trading Posts 1783 Northern trading posts within U.S. territory remain occupied by British soldiers. Spain New Orleans 1784 Spain closes access of the Mississippi and New Orleans to American shipping. France War loans 1783 The French demand that the U.S. repay war loans from the Revolutionary War and restrict trade with West Indies. Pirates Caribbean 1783 Pirates ravage the southern coast of the U.S., pillaging ports along the Caribbean. 9 Rise of Political Factions: ¾ The New Ship of State (1788-1880) George Washington Washington (1789-1797) Nation Action Date Description Jay’s Treaty 1794 British agree to withdraw from northern outposts and cease practice of impressments and ship seizure. Pro- French factions were infuriated by the treaty. British
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