Exam 2 Review Sheet - Battle of Tippecanoe War of 1812...

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HISTORY 200 EXAM #2 REVIEW SHEET Articles of Confederation Depression of the 1780s Problems following the Revolutionary War Shay’s Rebellion Revolt of a Better Sort Second Continental Congress Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Slavery Debate Ratification debates Federalists Anti-Federalists George Washington John Adams Alexander Hamilton Thomas Jefferson James Madison John Marshall Hamilton-Jefferson agreement Impact of the French Revolution X-Y-Z Affair Napoleon Bonaparte Quasi-War Midnight Court Appointment Controversy Marbury v. Madison Judicial Review Alien and Sedition Acts Federal Land Rush Louisiana Purchase Lewis and Clark Expedition Sacajawea Yeoman Farmer Jeffersonian America Primogeniture and entail Child default Impressments War Hawks Tenskwatawa (Shawnee Prophet) Tecumseh Treaty of Fort Wayne
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Unformatted text preview: Battle of Tippecanoe War of 1812 Privateers Battle of Horseshoe Bend Battle of New Orleans Battle of Fort McHenry Star Spangled Banner Embargo of 1807 Embargo of 1813 Postwar effects of the War of 1812 Market Revolution (and effects on society) Transportation Revolution (and effects on society) Erie Canal Steamboats Railroads Agriculture changes in the Market Revolution Boom-bust cycles Panics Irish immigration (reasons, effects) Eli Whitney Cotton gin “American System of Manufactures” Power printing press Penny newspapers Telegraph Postal service Jacksonian America “Corrupt Bargain” Henry Clay John Quincy Adams John Calhoun Rise of democracy in America Andrew Jackson’s campaign Theory of Nullification “Tyranny of the majority” Secession Blood laws Indian removal Trail of Tears...
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