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Though almost entirely forgotten today, the Rush-Bagot Agreement (1817) between the US and England had the important foreign policy result of
deciding whose claim to the Oregon Territory was legitimate.
demilitarizing the Great Lakes.
forming a temporary alliance against Napoleon.
stating that only England and the US would be allowed to build a canal across Central America.
agreeing to work together to wipe out the last of the Barbary Pirates in the Mediterranean.