EXPANSION AND REFORM 1801 - 1861 WE ARE A NATION !! Growing Up: Expanding and Reforming the United States Jan 2, 2014
CONCEPTS TO KNOW E x p a n s i o n Leadership Innovation Reform Regions
VOCABULARY 1.manifest destiny: (n) historical expansionist doctrine 1.reform: (n): reorganization and improvement, change (v): improve something by removing faults or unacceptable habits 3. abolition: (n): the act of outlawing something, (ie) the ending of slavery
MORE VOCABULARY 4.Assimilation (n) : the act of becoming a part of something, such as becoming part of a group 5.cession: (n) the giving up or yielding of something such as land, or a right, etc. 5.doctrine: (n): a rule or principle that forms the basis of a belief, theory, or policy
AND MORE VOCABULARY 7.foreign (n) : of another country other than your own 7.domestic: (n) relating to home country and the nation’s internal happenings, ex: elections, politics, etc.
PEOPLE TO KNOW 1.John Adams: Threats to American ships on the seas. 2.James Madison: Threats to American ships on the seas. 3.Thomas Jefferson: The Louisiana Purchase 4.James Monroe: the support of new Latin American countries 5. Andrew Jackson: Indian removal, nullification issue, national bank
THE ISSUES How did the following issues affect the U.S. and North Carolina 1.Early presidential decisions 2.Innovation and technology…agriculture & expansion 3. Westward movement & the Second Great Awakening 4. Regional difference in the U.S. and North Carolina…sectionalism
QUESTIONS TO ANSWER 1.How did Presidential decisions impact significant events in US history? 2. How do innovation and competition impact economic growth? 3. In what ways can citizen action instigate change? 4. How did regional differences lead to sectionalism?