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VocabularyTexas? Women's Rights/ Abolitionist Education/ Religion` 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Mexican- American War
Gradual replacement of many hand tools by machines
What is the Industrial Revolution?
Relationship between humans and nature through emotions
What is transcendentalism?
Movement of large number of people from rural areas to cities
What are urbanization?
Organized effort to end alcohol consumption Organized effort to end alcohol consumption
What is the temperance movement?
Person who wants to end slavery
What is an abolitionist?
Famous mountain man who was killed during the Texas Revolution
Who is Davy Crockett?
The most famous battle of the Texas Revolution
What is the Alamo?
Name for Texas after it won independence
What is the Lone Star Republic?
Texan battle cry
What is Remember the Alamo?
Commander of the Texan forces
Who is Sam Houston?
Mexican-American War increased American _____ ownership
What is land?
Treaty that ended the Mexican- American War
What is the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo?
Was briefly called the Bear Republic
What is California?
River that the US insisted be the border between the US and Mexico
What is the Rio Grande?
Battle where Santa Anna was captured
What is San Jacinto?
Set the framework of guidelines for the American government
What is the U.S. Constitution?
Period in California that had long lasting effects
What is the Gold Rush?
Term that describes the division between the North and the South when it came to a strong federal government or strong state rights
What is the Embargo Act? What is sectionalism?
American art focused on transcendentalism and _______
What is individualism?
Young explorer who took command of the Bear Flag Rebellion
Who is John C. Frémont?
Leader of the Womens Suffrage movement in the 1800s
Who is Elizabeth Stanton or Lucretia Mott or Susan B. Anthony?
The majority of cotton was produced in this region
What is the South?
City in which the first womens rights convention was held
Where is Seneca Falls?
All men and women are created equal is the key message of this document
What is the Declaration of Sentiments?
The document produced during the first womens rights convention resembles this historic document
What is the Declaration of Independence?
Dorothea Dix helped people with this illness
What is mental illnesses?
Organized attempts to improve conditions of life
What is reform?
Leader of education reform
Who is Horace Mann?
Reformers who wanted to end slavery
Who are abolitionist?
The right to vote
What is suffrage?
Make your wager
Final Answer Thoreau's refusal to pay taxes that finance the Mexican- American War is an example of ______ ______
Final Question What is civil disobedience?
Reformers PioneersEventsTerms Land Acquisitions Wild
Directions: Using a scratch piece of paper, make two cards. Label one card fact and the other fib. When I put the statement on the screen decide whether.
History Ch. 9 & 10 Ch. 11 Ch. 12 Ch. 13 Ch. 14.
Manifest Destiny. What were the causes of westward migration? Texas, New Mexico & California have lots of natural resources but few people. Southern expansionists.
Just Do It!. Chapter 9.2 Americans believed in the rightful expansion of the United States from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean as they increasingly.
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
Aim: How did the Women’s Rights Movement create social change in America? Do Now: Pop Quiz HW: Declaration of Sentiments Worksheet.
Chapter 12 Review Sheet Class Notes. Key People Moses Austin: received the first land grant in Texas; his son brought the first Americans into Texas.
Developing a National Identity
The Road to Manifest Destiny Luke Calhoon 5 th period
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Texas and War with Mexico.
Bell Ringer In ONE sentence, discuss - WHY - HOW WHERE
Trails West The Texas Revolution The War with Mexico.
This chapter is about 1) Mountain Men 2) Trails West 3) The Texas Revolution 4) The War with Mexico 5) The California Gold Rush.
The Road to War In 1821, Mexico won its independence from Spain. Mexico became an independent republic.
Texas Independence to Statehood. Texas Settlement Originally a Spanish colony Became Mexican territory when Mexico gained independence from Spain Very.
America’s Territorial Expansion Fulfilling the Nation’s Manifest Destiny Fulfilling the Nation’s Manifest Destiny.
Nationalism: pride / love for one’s country Nationalism fueled by pride in rapid settlement > some controversy Missouri Compromise (1820) Missouri:
Americans wanted Texas Early 1800 ’ s _______ part of Spain Spain _______ to let Americans in Moses Austin granted a land auction or grant Mexico won.
TEXAS THE LONE STAR STATE.
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