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c. Among Jackson’s many advances on Florida, he seized two Spanish ports in Florida and deposed the region’s Spanish governor. d. Correct answer. America acquired Florida, not by making a simple purchase offer, but through a treaty that included various territorial exchanges between the two countries. e. In the Florida Purchase Treaty, or Adams-Onis Treaty, Spain gave Florida to the U.S. and gave up its unclear claims to Oregon. In return, the U.S. abandoned its similarly vague claims to Texas. Question 13 a. The Anglo-American Convention of 1818 gave the U.S. and Great Britain shared occupation of Oregon. b. Americans believed that Florida was destined to become part of the U.S. and had already laid claim to West Florida and during the War of 1812, took the Mobile region. c. Correct answer. As Russia pushed increasingly Southward from Alaska, Americans became concerned that they were planning to cut the U.S. off from California. Russia, in 1821, clamed to extend its jurisdiction to the line of 51°, an area that embraced most of the coast of present-day British Columbia and had trading posts reaching to San Francisco Bay. d. British refused to ally with other European powers in suppressing the newly freed Spanish South American territories. Instead, it attempted to ally with the U.S. to support these new territories—secretly figuring that it would keep the U.S. from later seizing territories that would threaten Britain’s possessions in the Caribbean. e.
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