11Nationalism - Money problem European economic problems...

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Nationalism * New BUS * 20 year charter * $35 million * Tariff of 1816 * Calhoun-YES * Webster-NO * Transportation has to improve! American System I have another idea! * Calhoun * Bonus Bill * $ from the BUS used toward building roads New American Literature * Washington Irving * Father of American short story * “Rip Van Winkle” * Ichobod Crane in “The Headless Horseman” Election of 1816 * Monroe * Rufus King? * Last of the Virginia Dynasty * Era of Good Feeling * Read-Year without a summer-go online Treaties to take care of loose ends! * Rush-Bagot * demilitarized the Great Lakes * Treaty of 1818 * 49 th Parallel to the Lake of the Woods * Gave fishing rights off Labrador and Newfoundland * Provided for joint occupation of the Oregon Territory by the United States and Great Britain for a ten-year renewable period
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Panic of 1819 * First of many * Every 20 years * Over in about 18-24 months * Caused by * Over speculation of Western lands
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Unformatted text preview: * Money problem * European economic problems * AMERICA BLAMED THE BUS! John Marshall * Chief Justice of the Supreme Court * Did more to advance the belief that the central government has power over the state governments Nationalism in the Court! * McCullough v Maryland—BUS is constitutional * Cohens v Virginia –Lottery ticket * Gibbons v. Ogden— * interstate commerce Is controlled by the central government * Fletcher v Peck—Georgia land * Dartmouth College v Woodward * READ-* C--p 246 * R--180 * Missouri wants to be a state! A SLAVE State! * 2 nd state of the Louisiana Purchase * Would have upset the balance in the Senate * 11 slave-11 free * Civil War? How do we stop this? Road to Statehood Thank Goodness for Clay! Road to Statehood The Missouri Compromise...
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