Presentation on theme: "10.2. Monroe appointed members from each section of the U.S. so that all sections had a voice."— Presentation transcript:
Monroe appointed members from each section of the U.S. so that all sections had a voice.
The democratic Republic Party had the strength to unify the country.
Andrew Jackson invaded Seminole country in 1818
Adams-Onis Treaty Gained lands east of the Mississippi & Florida from Spain
Missouri Compromise Maine wanted to be a free state Missouri wanted to be a slave state Admitting them together maintained the balance of power in the Senate Compromise forbid slavery in any new state north of 36° 30 minutes N latitude
Missouri Compromise 1820 Congress accepted Slavery prohibited north of 36°30’ in Louisiana Territory Missouri, north of line, slave state Maine admitted as free state Balance maintained in Senate
Henry Clay 1807 –Speaker of the Kentucky State Assembly 1815 –Elected to the House of Representatives 1831 –`Elected to the Senate Known as “The Great Compromiser” 1820 –Missouri Compromise 1850 –Compromise of 1850
Second Bank of the U.S. Depository for Federal funds 1816 tariff bill to protect industries Panic of 1819
Denmark Vesey Free slave Planned to take over Charleston Plan revealed Hung along with 35 conspirators
Daniel Webster Lawyer Massachusetts Senator Defender of northern interests Whig Party leader