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Rebellion Expansion You’re an Animal War is Hell On the Move
Question Colonial rebellion by yeoman farmers against the royal governor of Virginia and the planter elites
Answer 1 – 10 Bacon’s Rebellion
Question Early slave uprising in South Carolina
Answer 1 – 20 Stono Rebellion
Question Caused a push to throw out the Articles of Confederation because this rebellion demonstrated the weakness of the early federal government
Answer 1 – 30 Shay’s Rebellion
Question Washington put down this farmers rebellion, demonstrating the new federal government’s willingness to enforce federal law
Answer 1 – 40 Whiskey Rebellion
Question Slave rebellion in Virginia that led to the passage of stricter slave codes
Answer 1 – 50 Nat Turner’s Rebellion
Question Territory purchased from France by Thomas Jefferson
Answer 2 – 10 Louisiana
Question Territory purchased from Spain by James Monroe
Answer 2 – 20 Florida
Question Territory purchased from Russia under Andrew Johnson
Answer 2 – 30 Alaska
Question The idea that God meant for Americans to control everything between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
Answer 2 – 40 Manifest Destiny
Question Acquired as part of the Treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo
Answer 2 – 50 The Mexican Cession
Question Laws passed to limit black enfranchisement
Answer 3 – 10 Jim Crow Laws
Question They wanted war with Britain in 1812
Answer 3 – 20 War Hawks
Question They were Northern Democrats opposed to the Civil War
Answer 3 – 30 Copperheads
Question This was the North’s plan for winning the Civil War
Answer 3 – 40 Anaconda Plan
Question These African-Americans did much of the fighting during the Indian Wars
Answer 3 – 50 Buffalo Soldiers
Answer 4 – 10 Civil War
Answer 4 – 20 War of 1812
Answer 4 – 30 American Revolution
Answer 4 – 40 French & Indian War (or Seven Years War)
Answer 4 – 50 Mexican War
Question Connects the Hudson River to the Great Lakes
Answer 5 – 10 Erie Canal
Question Connects Missouri to Oregon (and is a really cheesy video game)
Answer 5 – 20 Oregon Trail
Question Explored the Louisiana Purchase
Answer 5 – 30 Lewis & Clark
Question Completed at Promontory, Utah in 1869
Answer 5 – 40 Transcontinental Railroad
Question Forced movement of the Five Civilized Tribes to reservations west of the Mississippi
Answer 5 – 50 Trail of Tears
Famous Presidents Famous Events Acquisition of Land Moving West Dates and Documents Key Concepts Main page (home)
Famous Presidents Famous Events Acquisition of Land Moving West Dates and Documents Key Concepts
EARLY NATIONAL CONFLICT AND GROWTH. What decision by Supreme Court Justice John Marshal of Virginia prohibits states from taxing agencies of the federal.
American Expansion: The fulfillment of “manifest destiny” From “city upon a hill” to transcontinental nation.
WESTWARD EXPANSION Chapter List everything you see in this picture. 2.Describe what is happening in the picture. 3.What do you think this picture.
Westward Expansion. Why Move West? Manifest Destiny More land Seeking adventure and opportunity Religious freedom Convert natives to Christianity GOLD.
Westward Expansion US Expansion Post-Revolutionary America.
A Century of Expansion The Realization of America’s Destiny: The Realization of America’s Destiny:
Changing America 1790’s-1840’s Student made. (Review the Northwest Ordinance) Industrial Revolution The change in producing goods that had widespread.
Westward Expansion Why move west? Manifest Destiny Manifest- obvious Destiny- a predetermined set of events 1) Americans as the chosen people of God. Obligation.
From whom did the U.S. get the Louisiana Purchase?
November 26, 2013 Aim: Aim: Did the U.S. successfully fulfill its Manifest Destiny? Do Now: Homework: Do Now: Why did the U.S. go to war with Mexico?
Growth of U.S.. US Territorial Expansion A When? From Where? Why? 1776 Great Britain US declared independenc e from Great Britain A - 13 Original Colonies.
History Warm-Ups Week # 26 Dates : Mar Monday: (Count down 6 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________.
The Expansion of the United States. The United States we have studied is made up of just 13 colonies! You are going to learn how the land west of the.
Westward Movement Summarize the events that led to key territorial acquisitions-including the Louisiana Purchase, the Florida Purchase, the Northwest Territory.
1. Manifest Destiny Map of United States Circa 1830.
Chapter 2 Chapter 2 From a New Nation to a Divided Nation Sherry Woods, Caywood Elementary School Lexington, TN.
Westward Expansion. Manifest Destiny First said by newspaper editor, John O’Sullivan in 1845… “ Manifest Destiny” was a term used during westward expansion.
American Expansion. Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny is the idea that it was the United States’s undeniable destiny to spread from ocean to ocean and.
Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny: belief that the United States had a mission to expand its borders from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.
Treaty of Paris When? 1783 From Who? Britain How? Treaty at the end of the Revolution Britain gave up all lands between Atlantic Coast and Mississippi.
Westward Expansion Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny …was the idea that expansion was for the good of the country and was the right of the country.
Midterm Madness Jeopardy Misc Misc Misc Misc
Key Territorial Acquisitions The Louisiana Purchase, the Florida Purchase, the Northwest Territory treaty, the annexation of Texas, and the Mexican Cession.
Louisiana Purchase, Westward Expansion & the War of 1812.
Unit 4 Vocabulary. Louisiana Purchase President Jefferson send James Monroe to negotiate with Napoleon to buy the Louisiana territory from France This.
Westward Expansion Following the Revolutionary War America won the right to expand. –Claimed the land between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi.
Standard B.1.k.: Identify and evaluate the political and territorial changes resulting from westward expansion of the United States in the early nineteenth.
A Century of Expansion “The Realization of America ’ s Destiny”: “The Realization of America ’ s Destiny”:
Westward Expansion UNIT 8 Vocabulary Terms. annexation the process of making something a part of a larger thing - like the annexation of a state 1.
Westward Expansion, Indian Removal Act, and Manifest Destiny.
Westward Expansion Expanding Democracy and Nationalism.
Test review Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark, War of 1812, tariff crisis, States rights and nullification, Missouri Compromise, Texas independence,
Expeditions for US Expansion. Lewis and Clark Expedition Who were they? Meriwether Lewis & William Clark Two famous explorers What was their mission.
200 MapConflictMoneyLeftovers Final Jeopardy
By: Cassidy Arnold & Taylor Mastin & Jaron James.
Manifest Destiny and The Monroe Doctrine (the period of national expansion )
Manifest Destiny US History Map of United States Circa 1830.
6-1: Territorial Expansion Louisiana Purchase- France wanted to sell it to the U.S. for $15 million. The Louisiana Territory would double the size of the.
2016. Legislative Branch – Makes laws Judicial Branch – interprets the laws Checks and balances – limit the power of each branch Anti-federalists.
Manifest Destiny: Belief that it was God's will for the American people to expand their territory and political processes across the North American continent.
Jeopardy – Unit 3 The WestConflict Leaders PoliciesExpansion Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
USI.8 EXPANSION USI.8A describe territorial expansion and how it affected the political map of the United States, with emphasis on the Louisiana Purchase,
Expansion of the United States. The expansion of the United States from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean resulted from war, treaty and purchase.
What is the “Big Picture” Expansion of the United States Essential Questions Washington to the Civil War Politically Geographically Economically.
“American Progress” by John Gast, 1872 President Thomas Jefferson made the Louisiana Purchase for $15 million OVER doubling the size of the United.
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