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Chapters 13 and 14 Unit VII Flashcards. Franciscan mission at San Antonio, Texas, that was the site in 1836 of a siege and massacre of Texans by Mexican.

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1 Chapters 13 and 14 Unit VII Flashcards

2 Franciscan mission at San Antonio, Texas, that was the site in 1836 of a siege and massacre of Texans by Mexican troops. Alamo #1 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

3 Organization, founded in 1817 by antislavery reformers, that called for gradual emancipation and the removal of freed blacks to Africa. American Colonization Society #2 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

4 Largest reform organization of its time dedicated to ending the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages. American Society of the Promotion of Temperance #3 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

5 Before 1849, the westward migration consisted primarily of family groups going to Oregon or Utah. The discovery of gold in California dramatically changed the migration: through 1854, most migrants were single men “rushing” to California, which remained the favored destination up until California #4 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

6 Californians of Spanish descent. Californios #5 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

7 The resolution passed at the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 calling for full female equality, including the right to vote. Declaration of Sentiments #6 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

8 Agents who received a land grant from the Spanish or Mexican government in return for organizing settlements. Empresarios #7 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

9 Self-contained community. Enclave #8 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

10 Antiprostitution group founded by evangelical women in New York in Female Moral Reform Society #9 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

11 The first antislavery political party, formed in Liberty Party #10 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

12 Doctrine, first expressed in 1845, that the expansion of white Americans across the continent was inevitable and ordained by God. Manifest Destiny #11 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

13 War fought between Mexico and the United States between 1846 and 1848 over control of territory in southwest North America. Mexican-American War #12 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

14 The doctrines based on the Book of Mormon, taught by Joseph Smith and the succeeding prophets and leaders of the Church. Mormonism #13 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

15 Overland trail of more than 2,000 miles that carried American settlers from the Midwest to new settlements in Oregon, California, and Utah. Oregon Trail #14 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

16 A solution to the slavery crisis suggested by Michigan senator Lewis Cass by which territorial residents, not Congress, would decide slavery’s fate. Popular sovereignty #15 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

17 Reform movement that aimed to prevent business on Sunday’s. Sabbatarianism #16 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

18 The 900-mile trail opened by American merchants for trading purposes following Mexico's liberalization of the formerly restrictive trading policies of Spain. Santa Fe Trail #17 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

19 The first convention for women’s equality in legal rights, held in upstate New York in Seneca Falls Convention #18 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

20 The followers of Mother Ann Lee, who preached a religion of strict celibacy and communal living. Shakers #19 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

21 A fraternal organizations of artisans begun in the 1780s that evolved into a key organization of the new mass politics in New York City. Tammany Society #20 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

22 Persons of Spanish or Mexican descent born in Texas. Tejanos #21 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

23 Reform movement originating in the 1820s that sought to eliminate the consumption of alcohol. Temperance #22 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

24 The amendment offered by Pennsylvania Democrat David Wilmot in 1846, which stipulated that “as an express and fundamental condition to the acquisition of any territory from the Republic of Mexico…neither slavery nor involuntary servitude shall ever exist in any part of said territory. Wilmot Proviso #23 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

25 Reference Faragher, J. M., Buhle, M. J., Czitrom, D., & Armitage, S. H. (2009). Out of many: A history of the American people, Vol. I (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. REVIEWEND


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