Ch 18: The Age of the City Jigsaw Reading
1.) The Lure of the City/Migrations (pg. 502 -505)
a.) Rapid urban Growth - migration from german was most, irish second most- new transportation
b.) Geographic mobility- not bound to city grew up in
c.) Cities ga
Chapter Eight (Pages229-233)
The Corrupt Bargain
Republican caucus nominated William Crawford of Georgia, the secretary of the treasury and the
favorite of the extreme states rights faction of the party. But other candidates received
nominations from sta
Chapter Eight (Pages 218-221)
A Fire Bell in the Night
Issue of slavery arose after the War of 1812 to threaten the unity of the nation.
Debate began when Missouri territory applied for admission to union, raising the
question of whether or not it shoul
Chapter 3 (Pages 77-84)
In the Chesapeake region, tobacco became the basis of the economy.
European demand for crop; sometimes individuals got wealthy, other times, the whole
Production frequently exceeded demand, price of tob
Chapter 5 (Pages 153-159)
Strengths and Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation
Congress remained the central institution of national authority.
Congress did not have the power to regulate trade, draft troops, or levy taxes. Had to make
Chapter Three (Pages 91-99)
Flourished in many parts of America, conditions required it.
Settlers in America brought with them so many different religious practices that it
proved difficult to impose a single religious code on any l