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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Treaties. (search)
Confederation: Convention of Abolishing droit d'atubaine and taxes on emigrationWashingtonMay 18, 1847 Convention of Friendship, commerce, etc.BerneNov. 25, 1850 Treaty of International Red CrossGenevaMar. 1, 1882 Texas: Convention of IndemnityHoustonApril 11, 1838 Convention of BoundaryWashingtonApril 25, 1838 Tonga: Treaty of Amity, commerce, navigationU. S. Steamer MohicanOct. 2, 1886 Tripoli: Treaty of Peace and friendshipTripoliNov. 4, 1796 Treaty of Peace and amityTripoliJune 4, 1805 Tunis: Treaty of Peace and friendshipTunisMay 26, 1799 Two Sicilies: Convention of Regarding depredation of MuratNaplesOct. 14, 1832 Treaty of Commerce and navigationNaplesDec. 1, 1845 Convention of Rights of neutrals at seaNaplesJan. 13, 1855 Convention of Peace, friendship, commerce, etc.NaplesOct. 1, 1855 Foreign Power and Object of Treaty.Where Concluded.Date. United Mexican States: Treaty of LimitsMexicoJan. 12, 1828 Treaty of Amity, commerce, navigationMexicoApril 5, 1
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Tripoli, War with (search)
him with a few troops composed of men of all nations, and, marching westward across Northern Africa 1,000 miles, with transportation consisting of 190 camels, on April 27, 1805, captured the Tripolitan seaport town of Derne. They fought their way successfully towards the capital, their followers continually increasing, when, to the mortification of Eaton and the extinguishment of the hopes of Caramelli, they found that Tobias Lear, the American consul-general, had made a treaty of peace (June 4, 1805) with the terrified ruler of Tripoli. So ended the war. The ruler of Tunis was yet insolent, but his pride was suddenly humbled by the appearance of a squadron of thirteen vessels under Commodore Rodgers, who succeeded Barron, and he sent an ambassador to the United States. The Barbary States now all feared the power of the Americans. and commerce in the Mediterranean Sea was relieved of great peril. Pope Pius VII. declared that the Americans had done more for Christendom against the
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Wars of the United States. (search)
Wars of the United States. The following is a list of the most important wars in which the United States have engaged: Wars of the United States.Commenced.Ended. RevolutionaryApril 19, 1775April 11, 1783 Northwestern Indian (General St. Clair).Sept. 19 1790Aug. 3, 1795 With France Naval warfare.July 9, 1798Sept. 30, 1800 With Tripoli Naval warfare.June 10, 1801June 4, 1805 Tecumseh Indian (General Harrison)Sept. 11, 1811Nov. 11, 1811 Creek IndianAug. 13, 1813Aug. 9, 1814 1812, with Great BritainJune 19, 1812Feb. 17, 1815 Algerine Naval warfare.May, 1815June 28, 1815 Seminole IndianNov. 20, 1817Oct. 21, 1818 Black Hawk IndianApril 21, 1831Sept. 31, 1832 Cherokee Disturbance or Removal18361837 Creek Indian DisturbanceMay 5, 1836Sept. 30, 1837 Florida IndianDec. 23, 1835Aug. 14, 1843 Aroostook Disturbance18381839 With MexicoApril 24, 1846July 4, 1848 Apache, Navajo, and Utah.18491855 Comanche Indian18541854 Seminole Indian18561858 The Civil, or Rebelli