To rely on american goods due to the french

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to rely on American goods due to the French Revolution 1. 1794 Whiskey Rebellion – protest from the Pennsylvania farmers protest because of taxes Alien and Sedation acts signed because John Adams felt offended by news articles of him. 1. American Revolution inspired the French and they desired for Americas help during the revolution because they helped us. However Washington proclaimed the United States as neutral because we are too weak. 2. Pinckney’s treaty with Spain 1795- Spain opened their trade routes to the Americas 1. Lewis and Clark explore the West 1804- 1806 2. Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa revive Western Confederacy 1809 1800s 1. Jefferson is the 3 rd president, he is a democratic-republican The Marshall Court emerges which was appointed by John Adams to limit the power of the democratic-republican 1. Embargo act 1807 cripples American shipping Gallatin reduces national debt 1. Newly added land from the Louisiana Purchase, provided farmers with new opportunities. Atlantic Slave trade ends in 1807 1. Lewis and Clark explore the West 1804-1806 Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa revive Western Confederacy 1809 1810s 1. James Madison serves for a 2 nd term and then James Monroe follows Hartford Convention 1815- federalists try to limit the power of the republicans 1. Panic of 1819- caused by national bank’s excessive lending of money; inflation 2. Henry Clay promoted the American First American textile factory opens in Waltham, Massachusetts 1814 1. Newly added land from the Louisiana Purchase, provided farmers with new opportunities. 2. Atlantic Slave trade ends in 1807 1. Era of good feeling 1817-1815- was resulted from American pride after “winning” the war of 1812. 2. Creation of the Star- Spangled Banner after the 1. War of 1812 end, however the cause of the war, freedom of the seas, was not mentioned in the Treaty of Ghent 2. Adams-Onis Treaty provided Florida to the U.S., and Texas remained with Spain
tearing down of Washington D.C. - 1820s 1. Missouri Compromise 1820- States that were north of latitude 36◦ 30’ 2. John Quincy Adams elected as president Rise of Andrew Jackson and Democratic Party 1. President John Quincy Adams favored internal improvements due to him being a nationalist Erie Canal was built in 1825- first transportation system connecting the Atlantic Ocean 1. States reform education and women become schoolteachers 2. Slave trade moves African Americans west Rural women take factor work, alter gender roles 1. Market economy expands nationwide Rise of Southern sectionalism 1830s - South Carolina threatened to succeed. Demanded nullification of tariffs of abomination - Congress passed force bill, approving presidential military action to keep states from succeeding. - Texas American settlers led by Sam Houston revolted/declared Texas as independent republic - Division of labor and factory increased output - Panic of 1837: Bank of England decreased flow of money: financial crisis - Temperance movement-effective reform: 1832: evangelicals gained control of American Temperance Society and expanded it - Whig party emerges.

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