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    • John J. Audubon, Andrew Jackson, Trail of Tears, Gold Rush & Industrial Revolution
    • Warm-Up 2/8
      • Come in, sit down QUIETLY and set-up!
      • Use YOUR NOTEBOOK to answer these questions:
      • 1) What was the Louisiana Purchase?
      • 2) Who were Lewis and Clark?
      • Write the questions AND answers!
    • Warm-Up 2/8
      • 1) What was the Louisiana Purchase?
      • - An area of land in between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains that U.S. President Thomas Jefferson bought from French leader Napoleon Bonaparte for $12 million in 1803
      • 2) Who were Lewis and Clark?
      • - Lewis and Clark were 2 explorers that Thomas Jefferson sent to explore the Louisiana Territory
    • Manifest Destiny Objective : We will review the importance of Manifest Destiny
    • Manifest Destiny John Gast’s 1872 painting  American Progress
    • Verbal-Visual Vocabulary
      • Word
      Definition Sentence or Example Picture
    • Manifest Destiny
      • Manifest Destiny
      Americans believe that they should move West to the Pacific Ocean. The woman in the picture represents an angel leading American pioneers to the West. The picture represents Manifest Destiny .
    • John J. Audubon Objective : We will understand the importance of American naturalist John J. Audubon
    • What can you tell about John J Audubon from this picture?
    • J ohn Audubon was a naturalist O rnithologist (bird scientist) H e painted birds and buffalo N ever traveled without his sketch book J ohn loved the West A merican and French U nderstood nature D rew & traveled on the Mississippi River U nique and creative B orn in Haiti O rganized wildlife information N ew York City was his last home
    • Warm-Up 2/9
      • Come in, sit down QUIETLY and set-up!
      • Use p. 408 in the RED BOOK to answer these questions:
      • 1) The struggles Andrew Jackson faced as a young man made him determined to _____________ people who, like him, grew up _____________.
      • 2) Andrew Jackson became a …
      • Write the questions AND answers!
    • Warm-Up 2/9
      • 1) The struggles Andrew Jackson faced as a young man made him determined to protect people who, like him, grew up poor .
      • 2) Andrew Jackson became a teacher, lawyer, soldier, senator and President of the United States .
    • Andrew Jackson and Trail of Tears Objective : We will understand the importance of Andrew Jackson and analyze the Trail of Tears
    • 7 th President: Andrew Jackson Use p. 404 and 407 to find interesting facts about President Jackson with your partner
      • Son of poor pioneers , “man of the people”
      • Hero of the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812
      • Nickname was “Old Hickory”
      • Led a new political party, the Democrats
      • Responsible for the Trail of Tears
      • Teacher, lawyer, soldier and senator
      7 th President: Andrew Jackson
    • What can you guess about the Trail of Tears from this picture?
      • The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was a law that forced Native Americans to leave their land and live on Indian reservations
      • The Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, and Seminole were Native American tribes, or groups, forced off their land by President Jackson
      • The Trail of Tears was the 800-mile journey Native Americans were forced to take from their homes to Oklahoma
      Trail of Tears
    • The Trail of Tears was the 800-mile journey Native Americans were forced to take from their homes to Oklahoma Cherokee and other Native Americans Oklahoma (Indian Territory) Label your map! 15,000
      • Assignment :
      • Create an election poster for Andrew Jackson
      • You must include #1-4 from our notes
      • Poster must be creative, colorful & complete
      Andrew Jackson 4 President!
      • Imagine you were a Native American on the Trail of Tears. Describe how you felt being forced to leave your home and land.
      Trail of Tears
    • Warm-Up 2/11
      • Come in, sit down QUIETLY and set-up!
      • Use YOUR NOTEBOOK to answer these questions:
      • 1) List 3 facts about President Andrew Jackson.
      • 2) What was President Jackson’s nickname?
      • 3) What was the Trail of Tears?
      • Write the questions AND answers!
      • 1) List 3 facts about President Andrew Jackson.
      • - 7 th president, teacher, lawyer, hero of Battle of New Orleans, from a poor family…
      • 2) What was President Jackson’s nickname?
      • - Old Hickory
      • 3) What was the Trail of Tears?
      • - When 15,000 Native Americans were forced to leave their home and live in the Indian Territory of Oklahoma.
      Warm-Up 2/11
    • Visit this website at home to study!
      • ohmohamed.pbworks.com
    • Complete any missing assignments!
      • Moving West Advertisement
      • Lewis and Clark Book
      • Paragraphs for John J Audubon & Trail of Tears
    • Gold Rush & Industrial Revolution Objective : We will summarize the California Gold Rush of 1849 and the Industrial Revolution
      • In 1849, a man named James Marshall discovered gold in California . After his discovery, 300,000 Americans rushed to California hoping to find gold! This became known as the GOLD RUSH . Americans who rushed to California to find gold in 1849 were nicknamed FORTY-NINERS .
      1849 Gold Rush!
      • Eli Whitney invented and the COTTON GIN in 1793. The cotton gin is a machine that quickly and easily separates the cotton fibers from the cotton seed pods. Before the cotton gin , workers had to take out the seeds by HAND . He also invented interchangeable parts , which made production faster.
      Important Invention: Cotton Gin
      • The Industrial Revolution was a time when people began producing goods and things by MACHINE instead of by HAND .
      The Industrial Revolution BEFORE Industrial Revolution AFTER Industrial Revolution
      • The Industrial Revolution was also a time when people began moving from RURAL areas, like farms and plantations in the countryside, to URBAN areas, like cities , to work in factories .
      Moving Rural to Urban RURAL - country, farm, plantation URBAN - cities, factories
      • During the Industrial Revolution new forms of transportation began to appear. New forms of transportation included: stage coaches, covered wagons, canal boats, steamboats and railroads.
      Transportation