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The “Era of Good Feelings”( )
The Election of 1816
James Monroe [ ]
The Convention of 1818
Adams-Onis Treaty, 1819
US Population Density 1810 1820
The Election of 1820
Henry Clay, “The Great Compromiser”The American System Tariff of 1816 Second Bank of the U. S. Internal improvements at federal expense National Roads -Canals Henry Clay, “The Great Compromiser”
The American System
The American System WEST got roads, canals, and federal aid, but did not like the bank EAST got protective tariffs SOUTH Hated the bank and tariffs
The Panic of 1819 CAUSES???
The Tallmadge AmendmentAll slaves born in Missouri after the territory became a state would be freed at the age of 25. Passed by the House, not in the Senate. The North controlled the House, and the South had enough power to block it in the Senate.
The Compromise of 1820:
The Era of Good Feelings The Era of Good Feelings ( ) ( )
The “Era of Good Feelings”?
The “ Era of Good Feelings ”? ( ) The “ Era of Good Feelings ”? ( )
The Era of Good Feelings The Election of 1816.
I don’t feel too good The “ Era of Good Feelings ”? ( ) The “ Era of Good Feelings ”? ( )
Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The “ Era of Good Feelings ”? ( ) The “ Era of Good Feelings ”? ( )
The “ Era of Good Feelings ” ( ) ( ) Period that the Federalists disappeared and the Republicans were the only faction.
S. The Election of 1816 The Demise of the Federalist Party.
The “ Era of Good Feelings ” ( ) ( )
The Election of 1816 James Monroe [ ] CC Sabathia's first-game struggles make for eye-opener for Yankees Monday, April 6th 2009, 11:10 PM BALTIMORE.
Henry Clay Henry Clay Great Compromiser War Hawk Great Pacificator Dueler Diplomat Presidential Candidate Whig Slave Owner The Western Star.
American Nationalism Chapter 7 Section 1.
THE EYE OF THE HURRICANE How could the Monroe presidency be characterized as being in the eye of the hurricane?
1776 US declares independence A When? US declared independence from Great Britain 13 original colonies.
THE ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS JAMES MONROES PRESIDENCY
The Era of Good Feelings
Era of Good Feelings 1816 James Monroe becomes America’s 5 th president President during the Era of good Feelings Federalist party disappears Promoter.
Ch 10 Sec 3 Unity and Sectionalism Era of Good Feelings 1816 – James Monroe elected pres Federalist party almost disappeared (& everyone playing.
Nationalism & Sectionalism Midwest Farms New England Factories Southern Plantations.
The Era of Good Feelings What were the beliefs of the Democratic-Republicans?
Henry Clay's American System Second National Bank voted by Congress in Dependence on Europe’s economy and politics have now decreased significantly.
In the early 1800’s the United States is starting to grow into it’s own We had defeated England in the War of more feelings of patriotism.
American Nationalism and Economic Development. Essential Question 1. How did both nationalism and sectionalism emerge during the “Era of Good Feelings?”
Wednesday, March 6 1.Get out your spiral 2. Update table of contents DateTitleEntry # 03/01The World of the North worksheet22 03/01The World of the South.
The Election of 1816 “The Demise of the Federalist Party”
President James Monroe and the Era of Good Feelings.
Targets for today I can explain how Nationalism and Sectionalism caused problems I can identify the pieces of the American System.
James Monroe and Strengthening the Nation By Erick Calvillo.
Nationalism. What is Nationalism? Nationalism is feelings of pride and loyalty to a nation.
10.2. Monroe appointed members from each section of the U.S. so that all sections had a voice.
Westward Expansion A changing United States. Industrial Revolution Began in 18th century Great Britain Many of the same resources found in the US – American.
“ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS”. ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS: The aftermath of the War of 1812 produced a strong surge of American nationalism that was reflected.
James Monroe was overwhelmingly elected president in 1816 and 1820 Monroe’s presidency began during an era of increased nationalism after the War of 1812.
The Jacksonian Era. Introducing Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson became an American hero during the War of 1812.
Spirit of Nationalism NationalismvSectionalism. What is Nationalism? After War of 1812 –People think of themselves as Americans –Writers and Painters.
The Missouri Compromise 1.Missouri wanted to join the Union as a slave state.
The Story of Eli Whitney Creates technology that makes it possible use interchangeable parts. Before- 300 guns per year. After guns per year.
Nationalism James Monroe’s two terms as president are know as the “Era of Good Feelings” Geographic expansion of the republic Economic expansion.
Standard(s): 27. Explain the major significance of the following historical documents: Constitution Bill of Rights Monroe Doctrine Missouri Compromise.
The Age of Jackson Jackson Spoils System Indian Removal Nullification Bank Wars.
Creating the New Republic Washington’s Inaugural Address Government Bureaucracy Bill of Rights Virginia Declaration of Rights Virginia Statute for Religious.
James Monroe and the “Era of Good Feelings” 1815 – 1824 “Era of Good Feelings” “Era of Good Feelings” A Preliminary Examination A Preliminary Examination.
James Monroe “Era of Good Feelings”.
Essential Question: – How did American nationalism increase during the “Era of Good Feelings” under President James Monroe?
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