Annotaion First Draft

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Brianne McClellan HIST 385 01 Annotations 10/7/2010 Primary Sources: Conference committee report on the Missouri Compromise, March 1, 1820; Joint Committee of Conference on the Missouri Bill, 03/01/1820-03/06/1820; Record Group 128l; Records of Joint Committees of Congress, 1789-1989; National Archives. (accessed September 13, 2010). The Missouri Compromise is an eight section document describing the admission of the new territory and the slave status of the state. It also stated what should occur as far as slavery was concerned for future territories. The compromise was passed in 1820. The compromise came about to be an agreement between slave states and non- slave states. The document regulated what would happen to new territories that entered the union as far as becoming a slave or non-slave states. This could be used in the classroom by having students read the document. When they are finished the class could discuss whether or not they felt that the end compromise was fair or if it seemed to favor one side over the other. The students could also then create their own compromise for the states. Message of President James Monroe at the commencement of the first session of the 18th Congress (The Monroe Doctrine), 12/02/1823; Presidential Messages of the 18th Congress, ca. 12/02/1823-ca. 03/03/1825; Record Group 46; Records of the United States Senate, 1789-1990; National Archives.) The Monroe Doctrine warns European nations that the United States will not tolerate further colonization or puppet monarchs. The document can be separated into three main points for future United States policies. One of these separated the influences of the United States and Europe. Another, as previously stated, was the ending of European colonization in the United States. The final point demanded that America did not interfere with internal affairs or wars in Europe. This can be used in the classroom by discussing the importance of the document at the time. Then students
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2010 for the course HIST 385 taught by Professor Glade during the Fall '10 term at St. Cloud.

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