Nationalism and federalism

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APUSH Era of Good Feelings

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Nationalism and federalism

  1. 1. Nationalism & Federalism… Origins of the Era of Good Feelings A Mr. Leighton Production
  2. 2. Robert Fulton • 1807 – the Clermont
  3. 3. Fulton & Robert Livingston 1808 • Monopoly from NY on Steamboat rights on NY Rivers
  4. 4. Fletcher v Peck • 1810 – Georgia tried to void a land sale that had already been authorized. • Involved the Yazoo River and a bribed congress. John Marshall said… States must follow contracts.
  5. 5. 1815 • Spain & Portugal defeat Napoleon Want America again • Russia in Alaska since 1784 – Oregon? US – want Mexico & Cuba - Trade with China
  6. 6. President James Monroe Sec. of State – John Quincy Adams Nationalism – Focus = security & expansion
  7. 7. 1817 Rush – Bagot Treaty
  8. 8. 1818 • Illinois – 21st state – FREE
  9. 9. Convention of 1818 • US – Canada border 49th parallel to Rocky Mtns. Oregon England & US (Joint)
  10. 10. 1819 • Adams – Onis Treaty 1819
  11. 11. 1819 • Missouri Applies
  12. 12. 1819 • Dartmouth v Woodward McCulloch v Maryland
  13. 13. Missouri Compromise
  14. 14. Monroe Doctrine - 1823
  15. 15. Ogden v Gibbons 1824
  16. 16. Era of Good Feelings What role did Federalism and / or Nationalism play in the Era of Good Feelings?

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