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1. C O T T O N P R O D U C T I O N The invention which changed the South, cotton and slavery. 1791: 4,000 bales of cotton are produced 1849:

changed the South, cotton and slavery. 1791: 4,000 bales of cotton are produced 1849: 2, 246, 900 bales of cotton are produced 6 cents a lb. to 14 cents in 1857 Expanded into Arkansas and Texas Crop increase: 2,500,000 bales/ owners 1860 Tree Nat Turner was hung on SLAVE REVOLTS Arrest of Nat Turner Nat Turner Rebellion Tree Nat Turner was hung on Slave Revolts/Turner SLAVE REVOLTS Slave Revolts Besides slave revolts, slaves resorted to other ways to revolt….. Wouldn’t work hard. Would sabotage equipment or /


Events leading to creation of Pakistan ( )

Events leading to creation of Pakistan (1857-1947) 1857 War of Independence Anti-British uprising Final collapse of Mughal Empire Causes of revolt Exploitation of Britain Laws and regulations against traditions of people Arabic and Persian language were abolished from schools and offices Laws allow remarriage of hindu widow English officers’ racial superiority over indian Why revolt failed People were temporarily united No organization and central leadership Fought war without planning Sir/


Compromise of 1850 Chapter 12 Section 1 Main Ideas: –How did the Compromise of 1850 settle the slavery issue only temporarily? –What were the 3 positions.

slavery cannot be limited in territories by any means Increased tensions between North and South Lecompton Constitution (November 1857) Passed by pro-slavery forces to get slavery into Kansas –Abolitionists boycotted the vote Constitution was rejected when/ like a martyr South was terrified –Proved Republicans wanted to start slave revolts Election of 1860 Chapter 12 Section 4 Main Ideas: –Explain the importance of the election of 1860 –Describe in detail the factors which contributed to Lincoln’s victory /


The British Raj in India 1765-1880s. Returning to Questions HOW? Decline Mughals Rise of Regional Powers and Competition Political Role of English and.

etc. Appreciate but exotify and REIFY “Indian Culture” The “Invention of Traditions. 19 th C saw decline of Orientalists and rise of ANGLICISTS, influenced my evangelical and utilitarian ideas. Little respect for Indian traditions. Promote westernization. MACAULAY Impacts: 1857 In 1857, dispossessed rulers, some landlords, peasants, artisans and soldiers contribute to a great uprising, the REVOLT OF 1857. Anti Colonial, but not NATIONALIST, sought to RESTORE, not create/


Age of Reform 1820-1860. Reform Movements Abolition Abolition Temperance Temperance Women’s Rights Women’s Rights Prison Reform Prison Reform Public Education.

captured and ordered to be executed Turner is captured and ordered to be executed Importance of revolt-violent slave resistance Importance of revolt-violent slave resistance Many laws in the South further restrict the rights of black both slave and free Many laws in the South further restrict the rights of black both slave and free Frederick Douglas One person who symbolized both slave resistance and/


Revolts in the Empire The Boxer Rebellion, The Boer Wars, and the Sepoy Rebellion Will Schwartz.

.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00routesdata/1800_1899/hinduism/sati/sati.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_the_Britis h_East_India_Company_(1801).svg Sepoy Rebellion: Outbreak of Revolt Also known as Indian Rebellion of 1857 Sepoys rose up against officers [northern and central India] Many rebelling units marched to old capital of the Mughal Empire Delhi, declared the last Mughal Empire [Bahadur Shah] their leader. (Chambers) Slaughtered thousands/


George Washington ( ) Era Political Developments

Developments Bank War Specie Circular Social and Cultural Developments Universal male suffrage Common man Nat Turner Slave Revolt (1831) The Liberator and William Lloyd Garrison (1831) American Antislavery Society (1833) John C./Political Developments Lecompton Constitution Economic Developments Panic of 1857 Comstock Lode (1859) Social and Cultural Developments Impending Crisis of the South by Hinton Helper Cannibals All! by George Fitzhugh (1857) Scott v. Sandford (1857) John Brown’s Raid at Harpers/


Problems of Sectional Balance in 1850  California statehood.  Southern “fire-eaters” threatening secession.  Underground RR & fugitive slave issues:

1857 What caused the Panic of 1857?? What were its affects on the nation? Panic of 1857  Psychologically, the Panic of 1857 = the worst of the 19C  it really wasn’t as bad as the Panic of 1837.  It’s causes:  California gold causing inflation  over-growth of / the slaves to rise up and revolt, and take over the South and free it of slaves  slaves didn’t revolt  captured by the U.S. Marines under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Lee & convicted of treason, sentenced to death, and hanged/


World History/Cultures Chapter 16- The Age of Imperialism Section 3- Division of Asia.

1857: East India Company controls most of India. Sepoys rebel against British- didn’t want Christianity & European customs imposed on them. Outcome of Sepoy Rebellion: Massacres of British & Indians. British tighten control. Outcome of Sepoy Rebellion: Massacres of/ Indian Island of Java revolts against Dutch. Ended in failure & Dutch maintained control. 1825: Prince Diponegoro from East Indian Island of Java revolts against Dutch. Ended in failure & Dutch maintained control.  Islands of Southeast Asia con/


Chapter 13 The Impending Crisis. Looking Westward Manifest Destiny was one of the factors driving white Americans to look to the west - rested on the.

seized power as dictator, imposed a more conservative and autocraticregime, imprisoned Austin claiming that he was encouraging revolts among his fellow Americans General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna seized power as dictator, imposed a more conservative and autocraticregime, /claim was well grounded in Missouri law and a circuit court decision declared him free, Dred Scott v. Sanford, 1857 The Crises of the 1850’s Chief Justice Roger Taney declared that Scott could not bring a suit in the federal courts because he/


From Washington to the Civil War Part II AMERICA EXPANDS FROM THE CONSTITUTION TO THE SECOND HALF OF THE 19 TH CENTURY Prof. Ruthie García Vera AP US History.

1848 to 44,000 in 1850. Folks who rushed to San Francisco in 1849 became known as Forty-Niners. By 1857, the total of gold mined in California topped $2,000,000,000. Reforming American Society Second Great Awakening The Second Great Awakening / the South and were subjected to constant degradation. Nat Turner. Most famous revolt against their condition was led by Virginia slave Nat Turner. Turner Turner led 50 followers in a revolt killing 60 whites – he was caught and executed. Turner plans his rebellion/


Chapter 25: The Consolidation of Latin America, 1830-1920 AP World History.

for foreign invasion. 1845: United States voted to annex Texas. Mexican-American War (1846-1848) Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo (1848) : US receives ½ of Mexican territory but 5% of pop. Liberal revolt -> new constitution in 1857 Church privileges ended and land put on sale…intention was to create a nation of independent farmers, but businessmen bought the land and rural population lost it all Mexican-American War/


George Washington (1789-1797) Political Developments –Judiciary Act of 1789 –Whiskey Rebellion (1794) –Federalist Party –Democratic-Republican Party Economic.

1836) Social and Cultural DevelopmentsSocial and Cultural Developments –Universal male suffrage –Common man –Nat Turner Slave Revolt (1831) –The Liberator and William Lloyd Garrison (1831) –American Antislavery Society (1833) –John/1857-1861) Political Developments –Bleeding Kansas –Lecompton Constitution Economic Developments –Panic of 1857 –Comstock Lode (1859) Social and Cultural Developments –Impending Crisis of the South by Hinton Helper –Cannibals All! by George Fitzhugh (1857) –Scott v. Sandford (1857/


Nationalism in India From ca. 1880s to ca. 1909. 1857 and Aftermath Revolt of 1857: led by Indian princes, joined by peasants, sought BRING BACK OLD order,

Nationalism in India From ca. 1880s to ca. 1909 1857 and Aftermath Revolt of 1857: led by Indian princes, joined by peasants, sought BRING BACK OLD order, but old order itself divided: / now demand some role in way country was governed. Set up associations, demanded rights. But post 1857 particularly, British less willing to share power, more exclusive, racism. The British derided efforts of all western educated Indians who trying to assert themselves. Kipling prime example 1885 create the INDIAN NATIONAL /


1000 A.D. to 1860. Political Economic/Technological Social/Cultural Year 1000 Norsemen under Leif Ericson land on the coast of North America. They name.

1820 and 1830. Census also shows that 8.8% of the population lives in cities of 2500 or more inhabitants. Joseph Smith founds the Church of Jesus Christ of 1831 Nat Turner leads unsuccessful slave revolt in which about 55 white people are killed in Southampton / Union Company is established. H. L. Lipman receives a patent for a pencil with Political Economic/Technological Social/Cultural Year 1857 Dred Scott decision by the U. S. Supreme Court holds that a Negro slave’s residence in free territory does not/


1857 War of Independence A Step towards Freedom

was a mixture of cow (sacred to Hindus) and pig (abhorrent to Muslims) fat. The policy of annexation and conquest has also been widely pointed out as one of the principal causes of the rebellion of 1857. Religious Factor The arrival of missionaries Native populace/a market place for finished goods from England Poverty increased Discontent motivated the Indians to join the revolt in large numbers Failure of the movement Deceit and betrayal. Unwilling traders who were not ready to Part with their profit. Superior/


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states Illinois & Wisconsin Scott argued that that made him a free man Finally in 1857, the Court ruled against Dred Scott citing the Constitution’s protection of property The decision increased tensions over slavery DRED SCOTT LOST HIS CHANCE AT FREEDOM LINCOLN /“HONEST ABE” HARPER’S FERRY While politicians debated the slavery issue, John Brown plotted a major slave revolt On October 16, 1859, he led a band of 21 men, black and white, into Harpers Ferry, Virginia He hoped to seize a large federal arsenal/


A Long View of South Asian History, from the Mughals to Partition & Independence Prof. Ned Bertz Department of History, UHM Infusing South Asian Studies.

Anglicists Thomas Macaulay ‘Macaulay’s Minute’ The Sepoy Mutiny The Indian Mutiny The Revolt of 1857 The Rebellion of 1857 The Anglo-Indian War of 1857-58 The Indian Mutiny & Civil Rebellion of 1857 The Indian Civil War of 1857-58 The First War of Indian Independence The What-cha-ma-call-it of 1857 (Some of) The Grievances of 1857 British cultural policies of intervention British insolence and contempt for Indians, borne from a belief in European/


Lecture # 09 History of Pakistan III (1526- 1900AD) Recap of lecture # 08 Slave Dynasty Qutub-ud- Deen Aybak (1192-1210) Khalji Dynasty:(1290–1320) Sayyid.

. Cont. The last emperor, Bahadur Shah II had authority over only the city of Shah-jahan-abad. He supported the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and was overthrown by the British. Rivals of Mughals in Subcontinent 1- Afghans: (Sher Shah Suri, 1530– Humayun) 2- /Muslim after war of Independence and in helping Muslims to appreciate the value of modern education Start of Pakistan Movement Legislative Councils Act, 1861: Sir Syed Ahmed Khan indicated in the ‘Causes of Indian Revolt’, several weakness of the British /


Chapter 22 An Age of Nationalism and Realism, 1850-1871.

received Nice and Savoy. 4. In the south, Giuseppe Garibaldi lent his support to a revolt in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. With his thousand Red Shirts, Garibaldi invaded Sicily May 11, 1860./ bacteriology  Joseph Lister (1827-1912), antiseptics  Training of doctors  Medical associations  Elizabeth Blackwell (1821-1910)  Female Medical College of Pennsylvania Science and the Study of Society  Auguste Comte (1787-1857), System of Positive Philosophy  Positive knowledge  Math foundation on which the/


Imperialism, II: India and Africa  India  East India Company  Sepoy Revolt (1857)  causes  effects  British reforms & the Raj  Mughals  Victoria.

Africa  India  East India Company  Sepoy Revolt (1857)  causes  effects  British reforms & the Raj  Mughals  Victoria  Sati Sepoy Mutiny (1857) Victoria, declared Empress in 1877 Opium Imports into / Afrikaner  Afrikaans  Great Trek  Zulus  Orange Free State  Transvaal  Cecil Rhodes  Union of South Africa  Africa under European rule  Britsh expansion  Belgian Congo  Acquisition  Regime of terror  Forced labor  Opposition in Europe  Leopold II  Stanley  Force Publique (FP)  Edmund/


Final Exam Review PP. Which of the following describes the Stono Rebellion?  A) a group of Virginia colonists, unhappy with the presence of Indians in.

C) involved debt-ridden farmers seeking relief from their mortgage payments  Explanation: Daniel Shays led a group of farmers in a revolt in western Massachusetts in an attempt to get out from under crushing mortgage debts. The rebellion resulted in four/ U.S. witnessed a deteriorating political climate as the debate over slaverys existence and extension dominated discussion. The 1857 Dred Scott decision, in which Congress right to control slavery in the territories was overturned, helped to further harden/


CHAPTER 32 The Building of Global Empires 1. QUIZ!! Take out a BLANK sheet of paper Number that piece of paper 1-5 2.

gained its freedom between 1965 and 1980 HINT – it is NOT Rhode Island 4 #3 The Sepoy Mutiny in 1857 threatened the British empire in India. Though the mutiny could be blamed on a number of reasons, what was the primary cause of this revolt? a. Sepoy military units were slaughtering men, women, and children b. Sepoy regiments protested the back-pay that was/


Sir Syed Ahmad Khan Background and Early Life  Syed Ahmed Khan was born in Delhi, then the capital of the Mughal Empire in October 17 th 1817.  Sir.

from the eight hundred long Muslim rule. This book was published in 1847.  2) ‘‘ASBAB-E-BAGHAWAT-E-HIND’’- (The causes of Indian Revolt) This book was published in 1859 after the 1857 revolt after witnessing the atrocities committed by the British on the inhabitants of Delhi. Muslims were the main targets of the government’s wrath.  3) THE ALIGARH INSTITUTE GAZETTE - It was an organ/


The Major Causes to the Civil War 1850 – 1861 Ken Burns Part 1 – History of Slavery

and warfare Both the North and South watch this case with a keen interest. In 1857 America both the North and South strongly opposed each other and any type of political or social spark could set off secession and warfare All eyes were on the /the revolt was quickly put down by the military leadership of Colonel Robert E. Lee and Lieutenant J.E.B. Stewart. Not one slave revolted to aid the exploits of Brown and his sons Not one slave revolted to aid the exploits of Brown and his sons The Impact of Brown/


Populism and Free Silver in the 1890s

of 1819 Panic of 1837 Panic of 1857 Panic of 1873 Depression of 1893 (FYI – Great Depression begins in 1929) Government and Economy High Tariffs During the 1800s: Tariff of 1816 – 15 to 20 percent Tariff of 1824 – Whig Party and Henry Clay Tariff of 1828 – 50 percent Tariff of 1832 – down slightly Tariff of 1857 – Democrats lower tariff Morrill Tariff of/! Farmers Revolted and Organized! Granger movement (1860s to 1880s) Farmers Alliance (1880s) People’s Party formed in 1890s The Election of 1896 Republicans/


Populism and Free Silver in the 1890s

of 1819 Panic of 1837 Panic of 1857 Panic of 1873 Depression of 1893 (FYI – Great Depression begins in 1929) Government and Economy High Tariffs During the 1800s: Tariff of 1816 – 15 to 20 percent Tariff of 1824 – Whig Party and Henry Clay Tariff of 1828 – 50 percent Tariff of 1832 – down slightly Tariff of 1857 – Democrats lower tariff Morrill Tariff of/! Farmers Revolted and Organized! Granger movement (1860s to 1880s) Farmers Alliance (1880s) People’s Party formed in 1890s The Election of 1896 Republicans/


AP United States Review Session 2. Society of the U.S. (1800-1859) Emerging Groups Emerging Groups Utopians Utopians Mormons Mormons Feminists Feminists.

Taylor (1849-1850) Millard Fillmore (1850-1853) Millard Fillmore (1850-1853) Franklin Pierce (1853-1857) Franklin Pierce (1853-1857) James Buchanan (1857-1861) James Buchanan (1857-1861) Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865) Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865) Andrew Johnson (1865-1869) Andrew/ and Lower South, Distinct Social Classes, Urban Slavery Slave Trade Slave Trade Revolts/Resistance Revolts/Resistance Role of Women Role of Women Response to Anti-Slavery Movement Response to Anti-Slavery Movement Southern Social Class/


1750-1914: The Modern Era Changes in Patterns of World Trade Changes in Patterns of World Trade Changes in Global Commerce, Communications, and Technology.

French in 1750’s British East India Company British East India Company 1857 – Sepoy Mutiny 1857 – Sepoy Mutiny Spread of Christianity among upper classes Spread of Christianity among upper classes Railroads, canals, urbanization, Western education Railroads, /– Matthew Perry – United States – arrived on steamboat 1854 – Treaty of Kanagawa – West wins trading rights 1854 – Treaty of Kanagawa – West wins trading rights Revolts led by samurai against emperor who allowed the treatyRevolts led by samurai against/


Drifting Toward Disunion Chapter 19. Uncle Tom’s Cabin Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852) –Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe –Described entire range of slave experience.

–Inspired northerners to be more radical abolitionists –Inspired anger in South for inaccurate portrayal of slavery The Impending Crisis of the South (1857) –Written by Hinton R. Helper (white southerner) –Argued non-slaveholding whites suffered /with dignity North treated Brown like a martyr South was terrified –Proved Republicans wanted to start slave revolts Candidates - 1860 Election Northern Democrats Stephen Douglas Southern Democrats John Breckinridge Republicans Abraham Lincoln Constitutional Union /


Chapter 15 The Coming Crisis the 1850s Chapter 15 The Coming Crisis the 1850s OUT OF MANY A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc.

painting by Charles C. Rosenberg and James H. Cafferty shows a worried crowd exchanging the latest news on Wall Street during the Panic of 1857. This was the first economic depression in which the telegraph played a part by carrying bad financial news in the West to New York/Brown raided the federal arsenal at Harper’s Ferry in an unsuccessful effort to instigate a slave revolt. Brown was hanged but southern opinion was shocked by northerner’s attempts to make Brown a martyr and northern support for slave/


Chapter 15 The Coming Crisis the 1850s Chapter 15 The Coming Crisis the 1850s OUT OF MANY A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc.

painting by Charles C. Rosenberg and James H. Cafferty shows a worried crowd exchanging the latest news on Wall Street during the Panic of 1857. This was the first economic depression in which the telegraph played a part by carrying bad financial news in the West to New York/Brown raided the federal arsenal at Harper’s Ferry in an unsuccessful effort to instigate a slave revolt. Brown was hanged but southern opinion was shocked by northerner’s attempts to make Brown a martyr and northern support for slave/


Grade 8 REVOLT OF 1857 – CAUSES OF FAILURE. It was mainly confined to the northern states. It failed to develop into an all-India struggle. Many sepoys.

Grade 8 REVOLT OF 1857 – CAUSES OF FAILURE It was mainly confined to the northern states. It failed to develop into an all-India struggle. Many sepoys /them. The revolutionaries lacked organization and a common plan of action under a capable leader. The rebels lacked resources, in terms of men and money. The British had superior military organization and modern arms, whereas, the rebels fought with outdated weapons. The leaders of the Revolt lacked experience, military skill and leadership qualities. Another/


War Languages Women and war in the art of Käthe Kollwitz Vesa Matteo Piludu University of Helsinki Department of Art Research.

of Käthe Kollwitz Vesa Matteo Piludu University of Helsinki Department of Art Research Millet Gleaners 1857 Angelus Shepherdess with Her Flock 1864 Title The Weeders Date 1868 Song of the Lark, 1884 Woman Sewing by Lamplight 1870 Jean Francois Millet - 1850 Millet Winnower 1847-8 Courbet, The grain Sifters Gustave Courbet, Sleeping spinner 1857/German, 1867-1945) Weberzug [March of the Weavers], fourth plate in Ein Weberaustand [Revolt of the Weavers], 1897 Käthe Kollwitz Revolt, THE PEASANT WAR 1899-1908 Kä/


Imperialism: Europe Reaches Out

modernize India. Why did the Indians resent the British efforts? The Sepoy Mutiny (1857) Britain used Indian soldiers called Sepoys to control the country The Sepoys revolted in 1857 The British easily stopped the rebellion After this Britain took over complete control of the country Queen Victoria became the Empress of India Do you think the Indian people might try and achieve independence again? Why/


The British Raj HIST 1004 3/11/13. Imperial Japan Yamagata Aritomo (1838-1922): Japan must define a sphere of influence including Korea, Manchuria, and.

for rights to build trading posts. Trading posts were defended by private militias. Sepoys Revolts against British rule Were regular in early 19 th century Biggest concern was loyalty of sepoys. Sepoys – Indian soldiers working for British Sepoys outnumbered British troops 200,000 to 38,000 in 1857. Sepoy Mutiny/Revolt (1857) Growing resentment over ethnic and regional competition, requirements to fight overseas, and new/


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Armitage Worried crowd exchanging the latest news on Wall Street during the Panic of 1857 Copyright ©2012 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Out of Many: A History of the American People, Seventh Edition John Mack Faragher Mari Jo Buhle Daniel /to make Brown a martyr and northern support for slave revolts. Talk of secession mounted in the South. Copyright ©2012 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Out of Many: A History of the American People, Seventh Edition John Mack Faragher Mari/


THE AGE OF REVOLUTION MID-VICTORIAN EXPANSION AND THE WORLD.

Mehmed Ali (1805-1848) Revolt against the Ottomans –1831-1833, 1838-1840 Reforms under M. Ali and his sons Suez Canal (1869) –Ferdinand De Lesseps –Purchased by Britain in 1875 Bankrupt, occupied by Britain 1882 Mehmed Ali Ferdinand De Lesepps Suez Canal India Decline of the Mughal Empire Battle of the Plassey (1757) British colonial rule, Phase I (1757-1857) –East India Company –British/


ART HISTORY 132 Impressionism. Napoléon III (1808-1873) – nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte – tried 2x to overthrow Louis Philippe exiled to NYC for four years;

race became his mistress –1848: fought at barricades during Revolution associated w/ [Socialist] Proudhon –1851: opposed coup détat of Louis-Napoleon aesthetic: “Decadents” –formed w/ Mallarmé and Verlaine The Flowers of Evil (1857) –sympathy for prostitute, who revolts against bourgeois family –found guilty of obscenity The Painter of Modern Life (1863) –dandy  hero »purposeless existence »snobbish aesthete “Japonisme” context: ethnographic exhibitions in Holland during 1830s/


Chapter 6 Spirit of Reform. Jacksonian America Andrew Jackson stood up for federal authority. He tried to move Native Americans to the West and undermine.

Massachusetts was opened to women only. In 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman to earn a medical degree. In 1857, she founded the New York Infirmary for Women and Children; a hospital staffed entirely by women. In 1849, Elizabeth /claimed that most slaves had no desire for freedom because of their relationship with their owners. Eight months after Garrison printed the Liberator in 1831, Nat Turner, an enslaved preacher, led a revolt that killed over 50 Virginians. Many Southerners felt that /


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to the need for unity to drive out foreigners. Sepoy Rebellion (1857): revolt by Indian soldiers in the British army Indian Muslim and Hindu soldiers upset by new rifles that require them to use their teeth to tear open cartridges Revolt ended in 1858 as a British victory. Led to the dissolution of the British East India Company in 1858. Creates British Raj Consolidation/


Lecture Four More on the neglected Marx The rise of Neoclassical Economics.

the neglected Marx The rise of Neoclassical Economics Recap/Overview Post-1857 Marx Classicals: labour measure of value Marx pre-1857: labour only source of value Logical problems: –Failed predictions Falling rate of profit Inevitable revolt into socialism –Technical Flaws: “Transformation problem” Essentially insoluble But a neglected “revolution” in Marx’s thought –Completed classical theory of value –Transcended LTV & its problems Marx Post-1857 Pre-1857, accepts Ricardo on UV/


Instances of Use of United States Forces Abroad, 1798 - 1993 by Ellen C. Collier, Specialist in U.S. Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs and National Defense.

of two American citizens at Waya. 1857 -- Nicaragua -- April to May, November to December. In May Commander C.H. Davis of the United States Navy, with some marines, received the surrender of William Walker, who had been attempting to get control of the country, and protected his men from the retaliation of/participation in the war to a peak of 543 000 in April 1969. 1965 -- Dominican Republic. The United States intervened to protect lives and property during a Dominican revolt and sent more troops as fears /


United States History I Chapter 3 Sections 1/2: “Causes of the American Civil War” Standards 1.2-1.8, 9.3-9.4.

people. *Open fighting broke out and lasted a few years. *Open fighting broke out and lasted a few years. Dred Scott Case: 1857 Background: Dred Scott was a slave who was owned by a slave owner in Missouri. His owner was in the army and spent time/ TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT IN 1860! HARPER’S FERRY: 1859 JOHN BROWN: Wanted to start a slave revolt in the state of Virginia JOHN BROWN: Wanted to start a slave revolt in the state of Virginia -Attacked a U.S. Army Arsenal at Harper’s Ferry, Virginia (Present W. VA) -/


United States History I Chapter 10-4: “Causes of the American Civil War” Standards 1.2-1.8.

people. *Open fighting broke out and lasted a few years. *Open fighting broke out and lasted a few years. Dred Scott Case: 1857 Background: Dred Scott was a slave who was owned by a slave owner in Missouri. His owner was in the army and spent time / TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT IN 1860! HARPER’S FERRY: 1859 JOHN BROWN: Wanted to start a slave revolt in the state of Virginia JOHN BROWN: Wanted to start a slave revolt in the state of Virginia -Attacked a U.S. Army Arsenal at Harper’s Ferry, Virginia -Attacked a U.S. /


V.D.Savarkar and The Indian War of Independence, 1857 Today’s Music: Talvin Singh, “Sway of Verses” from HA State of Bengal, IC408, from Anokha (both are.

my great surprise the brilliance of a War of Independence shining in the mutiny of 1857.” (151) “…one of the most neglected corners of our history…” (151) Why History? “The nation that has no consciousness of its past has no /Swaraj does not lose its lustre by defeat.” (165) Terminology Mutiny “Great Events” War of Independence Revolution Revolutionary War Rebellions/Revolts Colonial scholars British officials Newspapers Savarkar (Young India Society) Indian Nationalists Today’s Historians GandhiSavarkar /


Unit XIII: The Ante-Bellum South. The social order of the south can best be described as an oligarchy in which the planter aristocracy controlled the.

. The rebellion was ended before it could begin and the leaders killed. Another revolt took place in Charleston in 1822. Slave rebellions did occur and were dealt with swiftly and with the death of the leaders who were publicly hung. In 1800 Gabriel Prosser led an armed rebellion/system and James H. Hammond, who argued that it was slavery which saved the country from a financial panic in 1857 that only affected the North. Southern arguments led by John Calhoun began to argue that slavery was a positive good/


Chapter 24 Industrialization and Imperialism:. Western Imperialism and the Scramble for Colonies  Imperialism: the policy of strengthening a country’s.

to the need for unity to drive out foreigners.  Sepoy Rebellion (1857): revolt by Indian soldiers in the British army  Indian Muslim and Hindu soldiers upset by new rifles that require them to use their teeth to tear open cartridges  Revolt ended in 1858 as a British victory.  Led to the dissolution of the British East India Company in 1858.  Creates British Raj  British/


Bismarck: Blood and Iron Napoleon: Order, Security, Efficiency French Captain convicted of treason because he was a Jew Movement for a Jewish Homeland.

as a way to force Christian and Western ideals onto the Hindus. Final Insult- Sepoy Rebellion In 1857 the British East India Trading Company gave the Sepoy troops new guns with new ammunition. To load the gun, they had to/the peasants were left to shoulder the economic burden. The peasants revolted and were led by Hong Xiuquan, who encouraged morality, public ownership of land and an end to the Qing dynasty. This became the most devastating revolt in history, and 20-30 million Chinese were killed. Open/


Causes of the Civil War Long Term Causes Social, Cultural Divide between North and South Economic Divide between North and South Political Divide between.

vs Brooks (Butler), Senate, 1855 8. The Dred Scott v Sanford Decision, 1857 9. Kansas and “Lecompton Constitution”, 1857…split Democratic Party even more…..Buchanan 10. The Economic Crisis / “Panic” of 1857 11. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates / “Freeport Doctrine”, 1858 12. John Browne and/soldiers killed 10 of his men, captured him, after his men killed 7 innocent people, wounded 10 – slaves did not revolt He was put on trial, found guilty of treason, and sentenced to death, as also were 6 of his followers. 17/


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