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Let’s Get Down to Business Early 1800’s
Articles of Confederation Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation Federalists/Anti Federalists Compromises Constitution, checks & balances
Alright, so we have the Constitution… now what? John Marshall… supreme court War of 1812
The “Middle School” Era The Awakenings… Religious Manifest Destiny Texas War with Mexico
And so it begins… Manufacturing Transportations Cotton Gin Market Revolution
Compare/Contrast North: Manufacturing, no slaves, cities, labor unions South: Agriculture, slaves, rural, no need for unions
Discuss with your tables How what we’ve talked about so far could lead to the civil war.
Nationalism GET OUT OF MY ROOM… Monroe Doctrine 1824 Drama Election Donkey’s and Elephants
Jackson Patronage Tariff of 1828… pg 298… what happened? The Indian Crisis
Oh hey… I don’t just make sandwiches… Ok I do for another 100 years
Reminders Test Tomorrow… 30 Questions Quarter Exam…Next Tuesday… 50 Questions Monday… Review day All retakes/redo’s due THIS FRIDAY
Essential Information US History Early Republic. The Marshall Court John Marshall was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from He believed in.
Creating the New Republic Washington’s Inaugural Address Government Bureaucracy Bill of Rights Virginia Declaration of Rights Virginia Statute for Religious.
Chapter 3: Young America! Foreign and domestic turmoil will assail the young United States.
STAAR REVIEW. POWER TERMS – Define these Era – Exploration – Colonization – Revolution – Ratification – Republic – Religious revival -
Unit 5 Review. Topics Monroe Industrialization (American System) Social Problems Reformers Jackson Manifest Destiny Western Expansion.
Nationalism & Sectionalism * What factors truly make “America” America? *Who was Andrew Jackson? *How do we become a “nation divided”?
First Semester Jeopardy Category 1Category 2Category 3Category 4Category
UNIT 2 TEST REVIEW DAY Zero Block: As you enter sit with your partner from last class. Get out your concept map assignment and continue work. It should.
U.S. History Review American Revolution, Declaration of Independence, and Constitution
Agenda ■TOC ■Notes: Monroe ■Video Clip ■Reading & Questions Missouri Compromise.
Welcome to... A Game of Xs and Os Scoreboard X O Click Here if X Wins Click Here if O Wins.
Chapter 7 – Nationalism and Economic Growth Relations with Great Britain and Spain The Monroe Doctrine James Monroe The Economy ( ) The American.
TEST FOR FRIDAY, NOV. 30 Focus is on the document called the Constitution, signed by 40 men in Philadelphia in This document is the law of our land.
Drill 2/29 Debate issues: What were some of the key issues talked about in the Presidential Debate? How do you feel the candidates did?
A Progressive Review 1 1. The Salem Witch Trials took place in what state and why did they occur? Massachusetts… Intolerance of other religions (pg 21)
War of 1812 caused by. War of 1812 CREATED Nationalism Patriotism Market Economy Industrialism Manifest Destiny (which opens the wounds of slavery. Reform(ism)
U.S. History EOC Benchmarks. American : 40 SS.8.A.2.1 Compare the relationships among the British, French, Spanish, and Dutch in their struggle for colonization.
Assignment 5: Jeopardy (25 notes) Mr. Mills Early America to Civil War.
THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES A LOOK BACK.
Review 2 By JG. US Constitution Where was the Constitution Convention held?
US History Fall Midterm Review. Unit 3: The New Nation.
NATIONALISM AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Essential Question Both nationalism and sectionalism increased during the Era of Good Feelings. How did.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute September 15, 2011 U.S. History Mr. Green.
THE TEENAGE YEARS 1812 – 1850 CHAPTERS 7, 8 & 9. NATIONALISM BELIEF THAT NATIONAL INTERESTS AS A WHOLE SHOULD BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN WHAT ONE REGION WANTS.
USH (2:2) ● The 5 th President: James Monroe ( ) ● The “Era of Good Feelings” – Nationalism and Patriotism sweep the country ● End of The Federalist.
Native American Indian Removal/Antebellum Warm-ups.
CHAPTER 1 LESSON 2 The Growth of a Young Nation. Jeffersonian Era ( ) Essential Question: How did the major events of the Jeffersonian era.
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.
$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500EXPANSION.
Nationalism, Sectionalism, Era of Good Feelings.
Elected in Popular in the South Ran against John Quincy Adams who he said was part of the aristocracy. The first President to come from humble roots.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt WILD.
James Monroe, Democratic Republican Adoption of Federalist policies.
TRASH CAN TRIVIA. This state was originally an independent rebublic Georgia Oregon Texas 5.
US History Midterm Review. To address the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation, delegates at the Constitutional Convention agreed to: 1.eliminate.
JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY. Mass production Eli Whitney Interchangeable parts Cotton Gin - removed seeds from cotton -Strengthened the institution of.
2.3 HW Questions 1.How did Eli Whitney’s cotton gin change slavery in the South? 2.What were the three parts of the American System? What was its overall.
Chapters 9-10 Foner Rise of the American nation Jefferson to Jackson.
SECTIONALISM. Does Era of Good Feelings Last? NO!!! Supreme Court rulings of John Marshall Conflicts between the two political parties Building & expansion.
The Story of Eli Whitney Creates technology that makes it possible use interchangeable parts. Before- 300 guns per year. After guns per year.
George Washington The First President. George Washington established certain Precedents that are still followed today. One example is to be referred to.
The American Civil War The Causes. Key question: What started the American Civil war?
May 4/7, 2012 HookObjective Infographic textbook page 196 – answer on page 93 of notebook TSW review the early Republic through Reconstruction HomeworkAgenda.
Essential Question: – How did American nationalism increase during the “Era of Good Feelings” under President James Monroe?
Warm Up What was the industrial Revolution? On your notes, create a bubble chart to brainstorm everything you know about the Industrial Revolution.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt MONROE TO JQA NATIONALISM INDUSTRIAL.
The Monroe Interlude Era of Good Feelings The Demise of the Federalists Hartford Convention 1820 Election Signs of Two Party Revival Panic of 1819.
Sectionalism pt. 2. Compromise to Conflict I. Causes of American Expansion in 1820s and 1840s A. Economic factors 1) Exhaustion of good soil by cotton.
1 colony. 2 charter Plantation System
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