Market Revolution & Social Change How was the United States economy transformed in the first half of the 19th century? Explain the key characteristics of the Market Revolution? Population growth Transportation innovations Agricultural transformation & wes
Market Revolution & Social Change
How was the United States economy transformed in the first half of the 19th century?
Self-sufficient Unit? Goal? Producer? Economic Relationship? Family/household survi
Age of Jackson-Age of the Common Man Jacksonian Democracy?
1824 1828 | | 1828 1830 1832 | 1832 1836 | 1837
What happened in the 1824 election? Who was Andrew Jackson and how did he come to symbolize an era of American History? Why was the election of Jack
Age of Jackson-Age of the Common Man
Is this the era of Democracy?
What happened in the 1824 election?
Who was Andrew Jackson and how did he come to symbolize an era of American History?
`28 1830 `32
The "Peculiar Institution" What was the status of slavery at the time of the Revolution? Why, how and when did slavery expand after ratification of the Constitution? What was the relationship between slavery and the law? How did slavery shape the social s
The "Peculiar Institution"
"It is difficult to handle, simply as property, a creature possessing human passions and human feelings . . . while the absolute necessity of dealing with property as a thing greatly embarrasses a man in any attempt to treat it
Westward Expansion 1820 | 1819 1830 | 1836 1840 1850
| | 1844 1854 1845 1846 How did westward expansion and acquisition of new territory lead to the Civil War? How did the US expand territorially after the Louisiana Purchase? How and why did Texas become
Manifest Destiny: Catalyst for Conflict
How did westward expansion and acquisition of new territory lead to the Civil War?
1820 1830 1840 1850
1819 1836 1844 1854 1845 1846 1848
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How did the US expand territor
Antebellum Religion and Reform
1820 | 1816 1830 | 1831 1840 1850 | 1848
What were the significant consequences of the 2nd Great Awakening? What were some of the antebellum reform movements inspired by the 2nd Great Awakening? What were the key characteris
Sectional Divisions threatens Civil War 1850 1855 1860 1865
| | | 1857 1859 1861 What was the next conflict after the Kansas-Nebraska Act? How did northern politicians respond politically in a post-Dred Scott world? What did the 1858 senate election in Il
What do these maps reveal about the issue of slavery in the territories?
What precipitated the next crisis on the horizon?
Stephen Douglas' political and economic ambitions
What did Douglas propose?
Two new territories Repealed
Sectional Division threatens Civil War
"All knew that this interest was, somehow, the cause of the war." A. Lincoln
1850 1855 1860 1865
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1857 1859 1861
What led to the rise of the Republican Party?
Collapse of the Whigs Knownothings limited appea
Secession & Civil War 1850 1855 1860 | 1861 1865 | 1865
How did the South respond to Lincoln's election? Who seceded the Union first and why? Who seceded next? Why did Lincoln's election prompt secession of the Lower South? How and when did war come? How
Secession & Civil War
1850 1855 1860 1865
How did the South respond to Lincoln's election?
Held secession conventions
Who seceded the Union first and why?
South Carolina-Ordinance of Secession Dec 20, 1860 James Petigru, SC u
Spring I 2009
HIST E111 United States History To 1865 M/W 5:30-8:15
Dr. Janet G. Hudson
Study Guide Midterm
Be sure to use your outlines, class notes, and assigned readings when preparing for this test. I would encourage you to study with others. Each pos
Spring I 2009
HIST E111.801 United States History To 1865 M/W 5:308:15
Dr. Janet G. Hudson
Final Exam Study Question
Be sure to use your outlines, class notes, and assigned readings when preparing for this test. I would encourage you to study with othe
In North America, how did British colonization unfold in time and place?
Slavery in the New World
Understanding the Development of slavery in British North America in the context of slavery i
Origins & Context of North American Slavery Explain the demography of slavery in North America in the context of slavery in the Western Hemisphere. How did the triangular trades involve all North American colonies in slavery? What made the Middle Passage
Coming of the American Revolution-Long Term Causes
1600 1620 1640 1660 1680 1700 1720 1740 1760
If liberty was central to the British identity, what did British liberty mean in the 18th century? What were the Long-term causes of the Revoluti
Short-term Causes of the Revolution 1760 1765 | | 1765 1767 1770 | | 1770 1773 1775 | 1776
What were the Three Imperial Crises and how did these escalate tensions? 1-What was the purpose of the Stamp Act? Identify the variety of ways Americans responded t
Causes of the American Revolution
Long Term & Short Term
| | 1763
North America in 1750
If liberty was central to the British identity, what did British liberty mean in the 1
The New Government and Its Limitations 1775 | 1777 1780 1785 1790 | | 1787 88
| | 1781 1783
Who supported the Revolution and who opposed it? What were the terms of the Treaty of Paris of 1783? How did the American Revolution alter the institution of slave
Constitution-Drafting and Ratification Why did some Americans want to revise the Articles of Confederation? Who were the delegates to the Constitutional Convention? Where did they meet? When? What purpose? Conditions? What proposals for this new governmen
Constitution Drafting and Ratification
Why did some Americans want to revise the Articles of Confederation?
Who were the delegates to the Constitutional Convention?
19 27 55 81 34 12 22 46 6
12 states represented 55 delegates 46 colonial/state reps 34 l
The New Government and Its Limitations
1. What were the four colonial regions? 2. Which of these colonial regions were formed before 1660 and which after 1660? 3. What were the three distinct slave systems that developed in British North America and where
Securing the Republic
Political Divisions Emerge
George Washington: 1st president-Why?
John Adams (MA) VP What kind of executive branch did Washington create?
Secretary of State: Thomas Jefferson (VA) Secretary of War: Henry Knox (MA) Secretary of
Securing the Republic-Part I George Washington:1st president-Why? How did the new president proposed to solve the nation's serious debt problem? Alexander Hamilton's Program: details and purpose? The oppositions' arguments? What resulted from the debate o
Securing the Republic-Part II When, why, and how did power shift from one party to the other? When the Federalists lost the 1800 election, what did they do to try and retain influence in the federal government? What did the Republicans do (about the Feder
Securing the Republic-Part II
Republicans in Power
Washington Adams Jefferson
"Revolution of 1800"
When the Federalists lost the 1800 election, what did they do to try and retain influence in the federal government?