Cool 46 westward expansion the us expanded westward

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Cool. 46. Westward Expansion – the US expanded westward.
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47. Rush-Bagot Agreement – began the era of good feelings. It was an agreement with GB that neither country would place warships of the Great Lakes. “no boom boom on the great lakes” 48. Treaty of 1818 – sets the 49 th parallel as a border between Canada and the US, the US agree to share Oregon and the Portland Trailblazers for 10 years, and the US can go fishing in Newfoundland. 49. Adams – Onis Treaty – because Andrew Jackson can’t do anything right, John Quincy Adams convinces Monroe to let him buy Florida from the Spanish who sell is for 5 million because they couldn’t handle all their western problems at once. 50. Panic of 1819 – a depression takes hold of the US in 1819 causes by over speculation of Western land. Affects the west the most 51. Compromise of 1820 – also known as the Missouri Compromise, it is created by Henry Clay, there would by 12 Free states and 12 slave states. It also established the 36 30 line as the boundary for slavery. 52. Monroe Doctrine – written by JQA, European nations would NOT colonize of intervene in any Latin American nation. The problem is, the US doesn’t have a strong navy to back up this doctrine, but GB does, buckets. 53. Era of Good Feelings – good shit happened. 54. John Quincy Adams – wins the 1824 election though he didn’t have the majority vote, had an ultimately unsuccessful presidency, opponent of AJ. 55. Election of 1824 – AJ v Henry Clay v JQA v Willy Crawford 56. Corrupt bargain – since JQA won the election and named Clay his Sec of State, AJ was pissed off and called the election of “corrupt bargain” 57. Failure of a president – JQA was awkward socially, cold, odd, and wasn’t liked publically. 58. Tariff of Abominations – the tariff of 1828, Jackson’s supporters in Congress decide to screw with JQA at the end of his presidency and create a ridiculously high tariff that actually passes and pisses off the south. SC argues against this, displays the growing sectionalism of the US. 59. End of nationalism – at the advent of JQA’s presidency, the nation has fallen out of its nationalistic mood, and even though JQA wants to be nice to the Indians, the states are like no. 60. Start of sectionalism – oh that’s unfortunate. 61. South has king cotton, Eli Whitney’s cotton gin, social structure, and slavery 62. The north has industrialization that boomed during the embargo era, textiles, immigrants and cities 63. The west had corn, was the frontier, and was a foundation for a myriad of native American relations. 64. How the economy works and how it doesn’t - …fuck I look like? FBLA president?
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