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The South and the Slavery Controversy & Manifest Destiny and Its Legacy Chapters 16 & 17
“Cotton Is King!” ½ of all U.S. Exports after 1840 1/5 of England’s population earns a living producing cotton cloth
The Planter Aristocracy 1850 – 1,733… 255,000… ¼ of White Southerners… Southern Society… Women in the South...
The White Majority Small Slave Owners… Whites w/o slaves… Flatland Whites & Mountain Whites… Subsistence Farming “American Dream” Free Blacks…
The Slave System Land “Butchery”…. Monopolies… Over speculation… One-Crop Economy…
Plantation Slavery By 1860… Most new slaves… Beatings… Varying Conditions… Family Life… African Traditions…
Slave Revolts 1739 – Stono Rebellion (Cato’s Conspiracy) 1822 - Denmark Vesey… 1831 - Nat Turner…
American Colonization Society (1817) 1822 - Liberia… Abraham Lincoln…
Abolitionist Movement Theodore Dwight Weld American Slavery as It Is William Lloyd Garrison The Liberator David Walker Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World
Sojourner Truth Freed Black Woman… Illiterate but charismatic…
Frederick Douglas Former Slave… Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas
The South Lashes Back Fear of revolt… Southern Black Slaves vs. Northern “Wage Slaves”… 1835 – Southern Postmasters… 1836 – “Gag” Resolution…
Abolitionist Impact in the North Lack of Support… Constitutional Reverence Economics Violence… Rev. Elijah Lovejoy… Few wanted slavery abolished outright but… “Free Soilers”
Election of 1840 Log Cabins & Hard Cider… “Tippecanoe & Tyler Too”… Harrison’s Death.. Tyler – A President without a Party…
The Lone Star of Texas Shines Alone Mexico… Britain & France… Tyler – annexes Texas through a joint resolution..
1845 – Texas 28 th State ( President Anson Jones of the Republic of Texas lowers the Texas Flag)
Oregon Fever Willamette River Valley – rich soil… Oregon Trail… Disputed border with Britain – major campaign issue 1844.. “fifty-four forty or fight!!”
John L. O’Sullivan – “Manifest Destiny”
Election of 1844 Whigs – Henry Clay Democrats – James K. Polk
Election of 1844 James K. Polk
War With Mexico Polk orders Gen. Zachary Taylor… Santa Anna… Kearney & Fremont.. Zachary Taylor…
Bear Flag Revolt -
Winfield Scott Captures Mexico City
Abraham Lincoln’s “Spot” Resolutions… Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo U.S. paid Mexico $15 million for land + assumed $3.25 million…(Why?) Mexican Cessation – largest acquisition of land in U.S. History (Land area increases by 1/3)
Wilmot Proviso David Wilmot (PA) – introduces bill that would prevent slavery in the Mexican Cessation…
Manifest Destiny and its Legacy
Manifest Destiny “Our manifest destiny is to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development of our yearly multiplying.
Manifest Destiny and the U.S.-Mexican War. Manifest Destiny Term originated by newspaper editor John O’Sullivan in 1845 Merging of political and economic.
THE SOUTH AND THE SLAVERY CONTROVERSY The Cotton Gin Late 18 th century – slavery dying out Overused land, Prices falling, Unmarketable.
Manifest Destiny and Its Legacy. President Tyler -Harrison died after 4 weeks in office so Tyler became president -Tyler was a Virginia Gentlemen,
APUSH American Pageant Chapter 17 By Molly Siebert.
Immigration, Expansion and Sectional Conflict,
IMMIGRATION, EXPANSION, & SECTIONAL CONFLICT ( )
James K. Polk’s Presidency
The Mexican War Chapter 7 Section 4 Objective 2.4 – Assess political events that contributed to sectionalism.
Chapter 16 Answers. People Harriet Beecher Stowe: Uncle Tom’s Cabin and inhuman portrayal of the seperation of slave families. Father, Lyman Beecher.
Much like tobacco of colonial days, cotton was a large cash crop that ruined land Economic spiral -> more slaves -> more land -> more slaves, etc.
Chapter 16 The South and the Slave Controversy The Cotton Kingdom The Peculiar Institution.
Chapter 16: The South and the Slavery Controversy
Chapter 18 – Manifest Destiny and Its Legacy
Manifest Destiny. American Progress” by John Gast, 1872.
Expansion & Conflict Manifest Destiny and the Contentious Politics of the 1840’s.
Chapter 13 AN AGE OF EXPANSIONISM. Territorial Expansion by the Mid-Nineteenth Century.
“Our Manifest Destiny is to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development of our yearly multiplying millions” --John L. O’Sullivan.
V. MCDERMOTT ROOM B215 APUSH – Chapter 17. Manifest Destiny & Mexican American War American Progress – John Gast.
Strong nationalistic program Pro-bank Pro- protective tariff Pro-internal improvements William Henry Harrison dies 4 wks into office.
The War with México Chapter 7 Section 4.
Westward Movement and Manifest Destiny. Manifest Destiny Divine mission to extend power and civilization across North America Driven by population,
Antebellum America Overview. Transportation Canals Roads & Turnpikes (National Road) Railroads – North and West – Missing in the South.
MANIFEST DESTINY “Tyler Too” ◦Harrison dies ◦4 weeks in office ◦Pneumonia / old ◦Longest inaugural address ◦John Tyler becomes president ◦Whig.
Manifest Destiny Missouri Compromise Texas Stephen Austin & 300 settlers 1830 … 20,000 Americans, 2000 slaves, few thousand Mexicans A job for Santa.
The War with Mexico Chapter 13 sec. 3. James K. Polk elected president in 1844 committed to national expansion – annexation of Texas – control of Oregon.
Ch. 17 Notes Manifest Destiny and Its Legacy. Manifest Destiny 1.Manifest Destiny is the belief that God had ordained the growth of the U.S. to stretch.
John Murrin, et al Liberty, Equality, Power A History of the American People Chapter 13 Manifest Destiny.
Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion
U.S. History. Questions about Texas Tensions between Mexico & the U.S. grew under President Tyler. He wanted to annex Texas. In 1844, he brought the issue.
Mexican- American War By J.A.SACCO. Mixed-Up Timeline 1) U.S. declares war on Mexico 2) James K. Polk is elected President 3) The Battle of Buena Vista.
Manifest Destiny and Its Legacy. Trends in Antebellum America: New intellectual and religious movements. 2.Social reforms. 3.Beginnings.
Manifest Destiny The Tale(s) of American Expansionism.
MR. LIPMAN’S APUS CHAPTER 17 POWER POINT MANIFEST DESTINY AND THE DRIVE FOR MORE LAND
Prelude to a War - North and South slowly begin to argue the issue of slavery 1. Most white northerners felt it violated their religious ideals 2. Most.
Essential Question: How did the American desire for Manifest Destiny lead to the acquisition of Texas, Oregon, & California? Warm-Up Question: ? This.
MANIFEST DESTINY AND ITS LEGACY: AP US History: Mr. Long.
America’s “Manifest Destiny” John O’Sullivan The Great Experiment in Liberty!
Topic: Evaluating the impact of Manifest Destiny.
America’s Territorial Expansion Fulfilling the Nation’s Manifest Destiny Fulfilling the Nation’s Manifest Destiny.
The Whig Alternative to Jacksonian Democracy Election.
Maine. Territorial Expansion by Mid-19 th CenturyCanada In 1839, fighting broke out between Maine & Canada over the disputed Maine border Webster-Ashburton.
Ch. 17: Manifest Destiny and its Legacy
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Texas and War with Mexico.
War with Mexico Chapter 17. Objective #1 Assess the extent to which the idea of Manifest Destiny affected the United States’ policy toward other countries.
The Mexican War Manifest Destiny! A widespread belief that the USA was destined to expand across the continent A widespread belief that.
MANIFEST DESTINY AND ITS LEGACY, Chapter 17.
“Manifest Destiny” Causes and Effects of the War with Mexico.
Unit 4 Day 29: Manifest Destiny. Manifest Destiny Term coined by editor John O’Sullivan, 1845.
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