A. Nationalism:
-Pride in one’s country.
-Three ways to show
pride:
-Art, Literature, and
Architecture.
B. Alexis De Tocqueville:
-Frenchman who
traveled to America and
coined the term
“individualism” to
describe Americans’
in...
C. Hudson River School
of Artists:
-Drew pictures of the
beauty of the American
landscape.
D. Noah Webster:
-Writes the first American dictionary
which clarified American spellings
and meanings.
E. Transcendentali...
G. Neoclassical
Architecture:
-Buildings designed in
this style to look like
Roman buildings
because of strong Roman
democ...
H. Sectionalism:
-Looking after the
interests of one section of
the country over another.
I. Industrial Revolution:
-Reorganizing of society and
economy.
-Machines replace hand tools
and decreases costs.
J. Inter...
K. Steel Plow:
-Increased farm efficiency.
-Invented by John Deere.
L. Telegraph:
-Improved communication.
-Invented by Sa...
O. Henry Clay:
-Nicknamed “The Great
Compromiser.”
-Tried to settle the
differences between the
North and the South.
P. Clay’s American
System:
-Program that included
tariffs, stabilize national
bank, and improve
transportation.
Q. Election of 1824:
-Those who supported
Clay voted John Quincy
Adams.
-When Adams beats
Andrew Jackson, Adams
makes Clay...
R. Corrupt Bargain:
-Andrew

Jackson’s calls
it the corrupt bargain
because it was a secret
deal for Adams to get the
pres...
S. Election of 1828:
-Andrew Jackson become
to president.
-Changed laws so all
adult white men can
vote.
-Wanted to clear ...
T. Spoils System:
-Process of replacing
government officials with
political allies regardless of
qualifications.
-Pendleto...
U. Tariff of
Abominations:
-Jackson places extremely
high tariff on the South
which damages
economy.
V. South Carolina
Nullification Crisis:
-South Carolina claims
they have the right to
nullify the law.
-Jackson threatens ...
W. McCullough vs.
Maryland:
-Supreme Court ruled
the federal government
can do whatever it needs
to fulfill responsibiliti...
X. Pet Banks:
-Jackson selected smaller
private banks to hold the
government’s money.
-Disaster for economy.
Y. Indian Removal Act:
-Jackson moves Native
Americans to
undesirable lands in
what is now Oklahoma.
Z. Worcester v. Georgia:
-Cherokee sue and
Supreme Court rules they
have rights to their lands.
1a. Trail of Tears: The
Ch...
2b. Whig Party:
-Forms in opposition to
Jackson’s policies.
Reading Like A Historian:
-Separate into 2 groups.
-Pick group leader, reader, and writer.
-Group 1: Read A
-Group 2: Read...
Mini BIO - Andrew Jackson.mp4

Andrew Jackson Song.mp4
Election of 2013:
King Jackson v.
Champion of Common
Man
Cast you vote:
Yes or No?
3c. Reformers:
- People who work for
change in education,
institutions, and society.
4d. Susan B. Anthony:
-Known for fighting for
women’s rights.
5e. Temperance Movement:
-Campaign to abolish alcohol
by wom...
7f. Dorothea Dix:
-Fought for improved
conditions for mentally
ill and for prison reform.
8g. Horace Mann:
-Worked for cha...
9h. Utopia:
-Perfect society free from
crime and poverty.
-Brook

Farm
-New Harmony
-Oneida
10i. Second Great
Awakening:
- Religious revival.
-Helps Christians see the
evils of slavery.
11j.. Grimke Sisters:
-Daughters of wealthy slave
owners who used their own
experiences to convince people it
was wrong.
1...


What was the only
thing that Thomas
Jefferson did that
went against his belief
of strict construction?
Louisiana Purcha...
15n. Oregon Trail:
-Path that settlers
followed from Missouri
to Oregon.
16o. Forty-Niners:
-Rush of settlers from
around the world moved
to California to look for
gold.
-Increased the population...
17p. Missouri
Compromise:
-Unsuccessful attempt to
settle the issue of slavery in
the new territory.
-Missouri came in as ...
18q. Manifest Destiny:
-Idea that it was God’s
will to settle from
Atlantic to Pacific Ocean.
19r. Mexican army attacks
Spanish mission protected
by Texans and kills the
defenders.
-Afterward cry was
“Remember the Al...
21t. Mexican American
War:
-War between United
States and Mexico over
the annexation of Texas.
22u. Treaty of
Guadalupe Hidalgo:
-California and New
Mexico added to the U.S.
-Mexican Cession
completes Manifest
Destiny...
23v. Gadsden Purchase:
-United States buys land
that includes parts of New
Mexico and Arizona.
24w. “Fifty-Four Forty or
F...
Adams – Onis Treaty:
- Gave American Florida.
-

-

-

Era of Good Feelings:
Time when political
parties and
government got along.
Monroe Doctrine:
Europe should stay o...
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  1. 1. A. Nationalism: -Pride in one’s country. -Three ways to show pride: -Art, Literature, and Architecture.
  2. 2. B. Alexis De Tocqueville: -Frenchman who traveled to America and coined the term “individualism” to describe Americans’ independence and selfreliance.
  3. 3. C. Hudson River School of Artists: -Drew pictures of the beauty of the American landscape.
  4. 4. D. Noah Webster: -Writes the first American dictionary which clarified American spellings and meanings. E. Transcendentalism: -Style of writing that promotes selfreliance and individualism. -Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. F. Early American Writers -Washington Irving -James Fenmore Cooper -Nathaniel Hawthorne -Edgar Allen Poe
  5. 5. G. Neoclassical Architecture: -Buildings designed in this style to look like Roman buildings because of strong Roman democracy. -Represented elite rich.
  6. 6. H. Sectionalism: -Looking after the interests of one section of the country over another.
  7. 7. I. Industrial Revolution: -Reorganizing of society and economy. -Machines replace hand tools and decreases costs. J. Interchangeable Parts: -Parts of machinery and goods that can be freely exchanged for others. -Increased production of goods. -Increased production of goods in Factory Systems.
  8. 8. K. Steel Plow: -Increased farm efficiency. -Invented by John Deere. L. Telegraph: -Improved communication. -Invented by Samuel B. Morse. M. Steamboat: -Reduced travel time. -Invented by Robert Fulton.
  9. 9. O. Henry Clay: -Nicknamed “The Great Compromiser.” -Tried to settle the differences between the North and the South.
  10. 10. P. Clay’s American System: -Program that included tariffs, stabilize national bank, and improve transportation.
  11. 11. Q. Election of 1824: -Those who supported Clay voted John Quincy Adams. -When Adams beats Andrew Jackson, Adams makes Clay his Secretary of State.
  12. 12. R. Corrupt Bargain: -Andrew Jackson’s calls it the corrupt bargain because it was a secret deal for Adams to get the presidency.
  13. 13. S. Election of 1828: -Andrew Jackson become to president. -Changed laws so all adult white men can vote. -Wanted to clear the government of elite and wealthy class people. Replaced officials with friends. "May God Almighty forgive her murderers as I know she forgave them. I never can.“ - Jackson
  14. 14. T. Spoils System: -Process of replacing government officials with political allies regardless of qualifications. -Pendleton Civil Service Act ends spoil system in 1883. Requires government officials to pass an exam.
  15. 15. U. Tariff of Abominations: -Jackson places extremely high tariff on the South which damages economy.
  16. 16. V. South Carolina Nullification Crisis: -South Carolina claims they have the right to nullify the law. -Jackson threatens to use military force. -Jackson ends up lowering the tariff.
  17. 17. W. McCullough vs. Maryland: -Supreme Court ruled the federal government can do whatever it needs to fulfill responsibilities. -IMPLIED POWERS.
  18. 18. X. Pet Banks: -Jackson selected smaller private banks to hold the government’s money. -Disaster for economy.
  19. 19. Y. Indian Removal Act: -Jackson moves Native Americans to undesirable lands in what is now Oklahoma.
  20. 20. Z. Worcester v. Georgia: -Cherokee sue and Supreme Court rules they have rights to their lands. 1a. Trail of Tears: The Cherokee are forced to march to new territory. 4,000 die along the way. Sequoyah: Cherokee leader who created Cherokee alphabet so they could communicate on trail.
  21. 21. 2b. Whig Party: -Forms in opposition to Jackson’s policies.
  22. 22. Reading Like A Historian: -Separate into 2 groups. -Pick group leader, reader, and writer. -Group 1: Read A -Group 2: Read B -Leader – keep group on task. -Reader – read the chunk out loud to the group. -Writer answer questions for document
  23. 23. Mini BIO - Andrew Jackson.mp4 Andrew Jackson Song.mp4
  24. 24. Election of 2013: King Jackson v. Champion of Common Man Cast you vote: Yes or No?
  25. 25. 3c. Reformers: - People who work for change in education, institutions, and society.
  26. 26. 4d. Susan B. Anthony: -Known for fighting for women’s rights. 5e. Temperance Movement: -Campaign to abolish alcohol by women. -Led by Susan B. Anthony. 6e. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott: - Organized and led Seneca Falls Convention.
  27. 27. 7f. Dorothea Dix: -Fought for improved conditions for mentally ill and for prison reform. 8g. Horace Mann: -Worked for changes in education.
  28. 28. 9h. Utopia: -Perfect society free from crime and poverty. -Brook Farm -New Harmony -Oneida
  29. 29. 10i. Second Great Awakening: - Religious revival. -Helps Christians see the evils of slavery.
  30. 30. 11j.. Grimke Sisters: -Daughters of wealthy slave owners who used their own experiences to convince people it was wrong. 12k. William Lloyd Garrison: -African American who had influential newspaper Liberator that informed on slavery. 13l. Frederick Douglass: -Escaped slave who joined William Lloyd Garrison. -Had own newspaper North Star. -Great speaker.
  31. 31.  What was the only thing that Thomas Jefferson did that went against his belief of strict construction? Louisiana Purchase 14m. Lewis and Clark Led expedition to explore Louisiana Territory.
  32. 32. 15n. Oregon Trail: -Path that settlers followed from Missouri to Oregon.
  33. 33. 16o. Forty-Niners: -Rush of settlers from around the world moved to California to look for gold. -Increased the population of California. -Southerners wanted to bring their slaves.
  34. 34. 17p. Missouri Compromise: -Unsuccessful attempt to settle the issue of slavery in the new territory. -Missouri came in as slave state, Maine as free. -Attempt to balance the number of slave and free states.
  35. 35. 18q. Manifest Destiny: -Idea that it was God’s will to settle from Atlantic to Pacific Ocean.
  36. 36. 19r. Mexican army attacks Spanish mission protected by Texans and kills the defenders. -Afterward cry was “Remember the Alamo!” 20s. Texas Annexation: -America adds territory of Texas under president Polk (expansionist).
  37. 37. 21t. Mexican American War: -War between United States and Mexico over the annexation of Texas.
  38. 38. 22u. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo: -California and New Mexico added to the U.S. -Mexican Cession completes Manifest Destiny.
  39. 39. 23v. Gadsden Purchase: -United States buys land that includes parts of New Mexico and Arizona. 24w. “Fifty-Four Forty or Fight!”: -Cry for those who wanted to go to war with Britain over Oregon’s border. -Treaty sets border at the 49th Parallel.
  40. 40. Adams – Onis Treaty: - Gave American Florida.
  41. 41. - - - Era of Good Feelings: Time when political parties and government got along. Monroe Doctrine: Europe should stay out of affairs in the Western Hemisphere. Really a show of nationalism.

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