Presentation on theme: "Chapter 7 – Nationalism and Economic Growth"— Presentation transcript:
1 Chapter 7 – Nationalism and Economic Growth Relations with Great Britain and SpainThe Monroe DoctrineJames MonroeThe Economy ( )The American SystemThe Transportation RevolutionThe Industrial RevolutionThe Missouri CompromiseThe Election of 1824Andrew JacksonJohn Quincy AdamsThe Election of 1828Jackson’s Indian PolicySequoyaJohn C. CalhounMartin Van BurenThe Trail of TearsThe Panic of 1837The Rise of the Whig Party
2 Chapter 8 – Regional Societies Northern SocietyChanging Industrial and Farm ProductionThe Rise of Trade UnionsGrowth of ImmigrationThe Midwestern SocietiesThe Southern EconomySouthern Class StructureWhite Southern CultureThe Urban SouthFree African American SocietySoutherners and SlaverySlave Labor and Slave LifeSlave Culture/Slave ReligionSlave Rebellion and ResistanceHarriet Tubman
3 Chapter 9 – Religious Zeal and New Communities The 2nd Great AwakeningJoseph Smith, Brigham Young & the MormonsRalph Waldo EmersonNew Religious and Utopian Communities (Mormons and Shakers)TranscendentalismThe Crusade against Alcohol (prohibition)Women and ReformReforming Education/Horace MannReforming Institutions/Dorthea DixFrederick DouglasEarly Opponents of SlaveryAbolitionists call for ActionVoices of the American Anti-Slavery SocietyProblems for AbolitionistsElizabeth Cady StantonSusan B. AnthonyAbolition and Women’s RightsWomen Declare their rights/Women’s Rights Activism
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