America Studies Story Board

America Studies Story Board
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  • Isolationism
  • If We Don't mess with Europe, they won't mess with us.
  • Undeclared War
  • If they want to Attack our Ships, We will attack their ships
  • Dealing With Pirates
  • Those Pirate scum will destroy our trade ships if we don't pay them 
  • At this time, the Continental Army had disbanded and the French Revolution was at full force. President George Washington knew that the U.S. did not have the resources to engage in conflict over seas, so he established a policy of neutrality so the U.S. wouldn't get involved.
  • Battle of Tippecanoe Creek
  • Hey, those are British guns!
  • After the Jay Treaty which pulled the British from the Ohio Valley, the French started attacking U.S. Ships. President John Adams, who believed that war would severely hurt the country was forced to revert to allowing U.S. Warships and mercenaries to attack French Ships, in an undeclared war.
  • Battle of New Orleans
  • They wreaked this Joint for nothing
  • Pirates from North Africa continuously attacked U.S. Ships in the Mediterranean. To stop this, the U.S. had been paying large amounts of tribute money to them, when one of the pirate leaders declared war because the U.S. wasn't paying enough, war broke out.
  • Latin America Allience
  • America!
  • When a Shawnee leader united a group of tribes to stop the settlers moving west, the Battle of Tippecanoe Creek was fought between them and a militia lead by the Indiana Governor William H. Harrison. At the end of the Indians defeat, Americans were enraged when they found British Guns among the Indian dead.
  • During the war of 1812, British troops attacked, and humiliatingly defeated by a militia lead by Andrew Jackson, but little did they know that by the time the battle started, a peace treaty had been signed in Britain, and the war was over.
  • During and after all of the Latin American Revolutions, President Monroe and Great Britain sent out a message to other European Countries, any recolonization attempt on Latin America would be an attack on the United States.
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