Era of Good Feelings

Video Segment |04:56

Era of Good Feelings

Video Segment |04:56

Reveals that a sense of national identity rose in the United States following the War of 1812, and demonstrates how American-art forms and politics flourished. The segment summarizes various aspects of the James Monroe administration, including general optimism, financial crises, landmark Supreme Court cases, the invasion of Florida, the Adams-Onis Treaty, Monroe Doctrine, and the Missouri Crisis of 1820.

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Related Topics

  • American Art
  • Andrew Jackson
  • Florida
  • James Monroe
  • Missouri
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • Stephen Decatur
  • the Adams-Onis Treaty
  • War of 1812

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