Complete the following sentences after
completing the reading on Chapter 7 section 1
The United States and _________________ signed the Rush-Bagot Agreement, which limited each country’s naval presence on the
2. President Monroe said that the U.S. would not interfere with any existing European
colonies in Latin America but would consider it “dangerous to our peace and safety” if any European country tried
to regain a former colony or establish a new colony in the Western Hemisphere. This became known as the _____________________.
3. General Andrew Jackson became commander of a force to stop Indian raids in
East Florida. The conflict became known as the ____________________.
4. In the ____________________,
Britain and the United States agreed to share fishing rights in the waters between the United States and Canada and defined
the northern boundary of the Louisiana Purchase.
5. _____________________ceded East Florida to the United States in 1819 because
they could not guarantee they could control the Seminole, who had been attacking nearby U.S. towns.
6. The period immediately following the War of 1812 was referred to as the Era
7. After the War of 1812, Americans were feeling good about the war being over
and about having won it; they were proud of their new country, a feeling known as______________________.
8. ______________________was one of the greatest Latin American revolutionaries,
and he helped win independence for Venezuela in 1821.
9. James Monroe was the last president to have fought in the ________________and the last of the founding fathers to occupy the White House.
10. American patriotism was high after the War of 1812, and this was exhibited in the parades, picnics, and
joyous parties that marked________________________, when citizens saluted the country.