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Chapter 8 “ New National Identity” Ms. Monteiro
100 200 400 300 400 Foreign Policy Nationalism S ectionalism Monroe Doctrine Grab Bag 300 200 400 200 100 500 100 200 300 400 American Culture 100 500
Row 1, Col 1 Limited the naval power on the Great Lakes for both the U.S. and Canada Rush-Bagot Agreement
2,1 In 1819, what was the treaty which settled all border disputes between Britain and Spain? Adams-Onis Treaty
3,1 What was the Indian tribe in Spanish Florida That helped runaway slaves from the U.S.? Seminoles
4,1 At what latitude line was the border between the U.S. and Canada set? 49 Degrees North
5,1 Treaty that set the border between the U.S. and Canada Convention of 1818
1,2 What is nationalism? Pride and loyalty to a country or nation
2,2 Who came up with the plan known as the American System? Henry Clay
3,2 What was the American System? Measures to make the U.S. economically self-sufficient
4,2 What was the first road built by the federal government? Cumberland Road
5,2 In what state was the Erie canal built? New York
1,3 How did the Monroe Doctrine get its name? It contains the ideas of President James Monroe
2,3 According to the Monroe Doctrine, the U.S. would not interfere in the affairs of these nations. European
3,3 The Western Hemisphere was to be off-limits to future colonization by any of these powers. Foreign
4,3 According to the Monroe Doctrine, the U.S. would consider any European power’s attempt to interfere with any nation in the Western hemisphere to be this. A Hostile Act
5,3 What European country backed the ideas of the Monroe doctrine because it had formed close trading ties with most of the independent Latin American countries? Great Britain
1,4 Name the American writer who used satire in his stories such as “Rip Van Winkle”. Washington Irving
2,4 Who is the American writer who popularized historical fiction in such works as The Last of the Mohicans? James Fenimore Cooper
3,4 Name the art school that emphasized American national pride and appreciation of the American landscape. Hudson River School
4,4 What are songs called spirituals? Folk hymns based on words from the Bible
5,4 Which was the first state to start to develop public education? Massachusetts
4,4 Who is the revolutionary fighter who helped many Spanish colonies to gain their independence? Simon Bolivar
4,4 The time from 1815 to 1825 was a time of peace, pride, and progress in the U.S. What special name has been given to it? Era of Good Feelings
4,4 What do we call “disagreements between different regions of the country”? Sectionalism
4,4 According to the Missouri compromise, how would Missouri and Maine enter the Union? Missouri – SLAVE and Maine - FREE
4,4 Who did not win the presidential election in 1824 because he didn’t have enough electoral college votes even though he had won most of the popular votes? Andrew Jackson
C ALL TO F REEDOM HOLT HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON Beginnings to A NEW NATIONAL IDENTITY (1812–1840) Section 1: The Rise of Nationalism Section 2:
A New National Identity
Chapter 8 Overview In Chapter 8, the United States will firmly establish itself as a major player in the world- both in trade strength as well as military.
Chapter 9 – A New National Identity
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 38 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
Section 1: American Foreign Policy Section 3: American Culture Section 2: Nationalism & Sectionalism.
Nationalism. What is Nationalism? Nationalism is feelings of pride and loyalty to a nation.
Unity and Sectionalism
Rise of Nationalism Chapter 12.1.
Chapter 9 A National Identity.
James Monroe and Strengthening the Nation By Erick Calvillo.
Standard(s): 27. Explain the major significance of the following historical documents: Constitution Bill of Rights Monroe Doctrine Missouri Compromise.
Chapter 11, Section 3. In 1815, Madison presented a plan to Congress to help make the U.S. more self-sufficient. Henry Clay promoted the plan as the.
American Foreign Policy
JAMES MONROE CHAPTER 10 SECTION 3. THE “ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS” James Monroe – Democratic-Republican Represented a united America – kinda an average guy.
Chapter 9. Essential Question I. American Foreign Policy U.S. settles disputes with Great Britain (Rush-Bagot Agreement, Convention of 1818) President.
11.3 Nationalism and Sectionalism Manifest Destiny Continued.
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