Chapter Nine The Market Revolution, 1800-1840
1. Describe Lafayettes visit to the US in 1824? Who was discouraged from participating in the
Lafayette's 13 month tour of 24 US states demonstrated how the US had changed in 40 years; the
CHAPTER 6 The Revolution Within
1. What was the fate of hereditary aristocracy after the American Revolution?
People in America rejected the idea
2. How did the Revolutionary War change the meaning of freedom?
It challenged the inequality that had been
Why do people think that Gatsbys money come from an illegitimate source?
Pg. 42 As soon as I arrived I made an attempt to find my host, but the two or three people of whom I
asked his whereabouts stared at me in such an amazed way, and denied so
Gatsby appears to not enjoy his parties as much as his guests do. How does his status as new money affect not
only him and how he holds himself, but also his parties and his guests?
Answer: It affects his guests because people start to make assumpt
Give Me Liberty
Section 1 Read Page 294-297
1. American leaders believed success of the new government depended upon what?
American experiment in self government, freedom, maintaining political harmony, avoid political parties
2. Name the men, and positi
Ch 7 Reading Guide Part One: Short Answers
1. What were weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?
The greatest weakness of it was lack of power given to the federal government,
this meant that the Continental Congress had almost no power an
Chapter 10 Democracy in America, 1815-1840
Describe Jacksons inauguration in 1829. Why does this event mark a change in American politics?
How would you describe Andrew Jackson?
His inauguration was loud, rowdy and full of pomp unlike the previous pre
Ch 3 Writing Assignment
1) The English had a different view of the Native Americans than the French and
Dutch did. The French and Dutch relied on the Indians for trade. The English
relied on the Indians for the first few months
Chapter 3 Writing Assignment
16 September 2015
1. English, Dutch, and French colonies were each very unique in how they were run. The
labor systems, trade, Indian relations, notions of freedom, and rights of the people
Indentured Servant Letter
10 September 2015
Dear Family back in Europe,
I have gotten to the colonies well enough however work here is very difficult. The colony
that I happened to land in is one of the Carolinas, I am