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McCulloch vs. Maryland
The Era of Good Feelings
National Road and the Erie Canal
Gibbons vs. Ogden
increased the productivity of farmers
** Encouraged settlers to cultivate larger areas of the West.
Eli Whitney First used in the manufacture of muskets for the government
the speedy production of goods, urbanization of the Northeast was the result of ?
Improved by Robert Fulton. provided for faster river transportation that connected Southern plantations and farms to Northern industries and Western territories.
provided faster land transportation
promoted by Samuel Morse as a means of faster communication
feeling of pride, loyalty, protectiveness towards country
A protective tariff, a national bank and internal improvements
49 th parallel
loyalty to own region region rather than nation as a whole
What was the purpose of the Missouri Compromise?
Who was instrumental in creating the Missouri Compromise?
Georgia was a slave state in 1820
Pennsylvania was a free state in 1820
Kentucky was a free state in 1820
Missouri entered as a free state in 1820
According to the Missouri Compromise, slavery would be prohibited in the Michigan Territory and permitted in Arkansas Territory?
Most of the Louisiana Purchase was south of the Missouri Compromise line?
Florida Territory was slave territory because it was south of the 36°30’ parallel?
In 1818, the slave states held most of the seats in the Senate.
The Missouri Compromise allowed slavery in the Michigan Territory?
THE ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS JAMES MONROES PRESIDENCY
Nationalism and Sectionalism
SECTIONALISM Nationalism Vs.. Nationalism Unites the Country In 1815, President James Madison presented a plan to Congress for making the United States.
Chapter 7- Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism
9.2 THE ISMS MARCH 12, NATIONALISM Feelings of pride and loyalty to a nation American Systems: a series of measures intended to make the US economically.
Era of Good Feelings 1816 James Monroe becomes America’s 5 th president President during the Era of good Feelings Federalist party disappears Promoter.
The Era of Good Feelings
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 11 Test Review 1.Where were most of the nation’s early factories located and why? Northeast; swift-moving rivers, families willing to work in factories,
Unit 5: Nationalism, Sectionalism, and Economic Growth
Nationalism. What is Nationalism? Nationalism is feelings of pride and loyalty to a nation.
Unity and Sectionalism
Chapter 7, Section 1 Pages What is culture? How should a nation treat regional differences? When and why should a nation become involved.
Wednesday, March 6 1.Get out your spiral 2. Update table of contents DateTitleEntry # 03/01The World of the North worksheet22 03/01The World of the South.
11-3 Unity Mr. McCaw And division. In the early 1800’s the United States is starting to grow into it’s own We had defeated England in the War of 1812.
Chapter 11 : National and Regional Growth
WatermanufacturingIndustrial Revolution New Englandfactories and citiesports rivers and streams In the United States, New England was the first region.
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.
Industry and Transportation. James Monroe Became 5 th President “ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS” began… little political strife Monroe Doctrine, 1823 – Told European.
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