CHAPTER 11 OUTLINE: THE PECULIAR INSTITUTION
I. Frederick Douglass
A. Slave childhood
B. Leader of abolitionist movement, publishing his autobiography that condemned slavery and
II. The Old South
A. King Cotton
1. Cotton replaced sugar as the world
Chapter 9: The Market Revolution, 18001840
I. The Marquis de Lafayette
II. A New Economy
A. Roads and Steamboats
1. Improvements in transportation lowered costs and linked farmers to markets.
2. Toll roads did little to help the economy.
3. Improved water
Chapter 13 Outline: A House Divided, 18401861
I. Statue of Freedom
II. Fruits of Manifest Destiny
A. Continental Expansion
1. In the 1840s, slavery moved to the center stage of American politics.
a. Territorial expansion
i. Oregon and California
B. The Mo
CHAPTER 12 OUTLINE: AN AGE OF REFORM, 18201840
I. Abby Kelley
II. The Reform Impulse
A. Utopian Communities
1. About 100 reform communities were established in the decades before the Civil War.
2. Nearly all the communities set out to reorganize society o
Chapter 14 Outline: A New Birth of Freedom: The Civil War, 18611865
I. Marcus Spiegel
II. The First Modern War
A. The Two Combatants
1. The North seemed to have the advantage, but Confederate soldiers were
highly motivated fighters.
2. On both sides, the
Chapter 10: Democracy in America, 18151840
I. Andrew Jackson
II. The Triumph of Democracy
A. Property and Democracy
1. Property requirements for voting were eliminated by states.
B. The Dorr War
1. Rhode Island was an exception.
2. Wage earners organized
Chapter 8: Securing the Republic, 17901815
I. George Washingtons Inauguration
II. Politics in an Age of Passion
A. Hamiltons Program
1. As secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamiltons long-range goal was to
make the United States a major commercial and
Chapter 7: Founding a Nation, 1783-1789
I. Ratification Celebrations
II. America under the Articles of Confederation
A. The Articles of Confederation
1. The first written constitution of the United States
a. One-house Congress
b. No president
c. No judici
Chapter 6: The Revolution Within
I. Abigail Adams
II. Democratizing Freedom
A. The Dream of Equality
1. The Revolution unleashed public debates and political and social struggles that
enlarged the scope of freedom and challenged inherited structures of po
Chapter 5: The American Revolution, 17631783
I. Thomas Hutchinson
II. The Crisis Begins
A. Consolidating the Empire
1. Prior to the Seven Years War, London had loosely tried to regulate some of
the colonies economy.
2. After the Seven Years War, London in
Chapter 4: Slavery, Freedom, and the Struggle for Empire, to 1763
I. Olaudah Equiano
II. Slavery and the Empire
A. The Triangular Trades
1. A series of triangular trade routes crisscrossed the Atlantic.
2. Colonial merchants all profited from the slave tr
CHAPTER ONE: A NEW WORLD
I. Columbian Exchange
II. The First Americans
A. The Settling of America
1. Indians settled the New World between 15,000 and 40,000 years ago, before the
glaciers melted and submerged the land bridge between Asia and North America
CHAPTER 3: CREATING ANGLO-AMERICA, 1660-1750
I. King Philips War
A. In 1675 King Philip and his forces attacked nearly forty-five New England towns.
B. The settlers counterattacked in 1676, breaking the Indians power once and for all.
II. The Expansion of
CHAPTER 2: BEGINNINGS OF ENGLISH AMERICA, 1607-1660
II. England and the New World
A. Unifying the English Nation
1. Englands stability in the sixteenth century was undermined by religious conflicts.
B. England and Ireland
1. Englands methods