HIST_226_FEB_09

HIST_226_FEB_09 - Foreign Challenges Pinckneys Treaty...

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Foreign Challenges - Pinckney’s Treaty - Spanish xenophobia o Philip Nolan and James Wilkinson - Treaty on San Ildefonso o Spanish return Louisiana to France o However France turns Louisiana over to America in 1803 - Louisiana Purchase, 1803 o Boundary dispute US think the border is all the way to the Rio Grande Spain thinks the border is the Hondo (Red River) o Neutral ground agreement, 1806 Mexico west of the Sabine River US east of Hondo (Red River) - American exploration and influence o Zebulon Pike Uniformed Military officer, cannot simply be killed o John Sibley Eighteenth Century Spain - The American, French, and Haitian revolutions o Haitian revolution was similar to the French revolution - Spain and Europe o The war of the Spanish Succession o Bourbon reforms Took control of the throne Tried to create a more simplified and just tax system Cut much of the power of the church o The limits of reform Nobody wants religious freedom o Liberals and the enlightenment is Spain
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