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GROWTH OF SOUTHERN PLANTATIONS

were made possible by warm climates, flat & fertile soil, plenty of rainfall- allowed for


commercial agriculture

TRIANGULAR TRADE

raw goods sent from Americas to Europe


to be manufactured(made) and then sold


to Africans for slaves, who are sent back to


Americas to produce more raw materials

NORTHWEST LAND ORDINANCE

was instrumental in developing young nation


by establishing the process of admitting new states into Union- 5000+ territory, 60,000=state

ALEXANDER HAMILTON

He established a National Bank and was 1st


Treasury Secretary who had a financial plan to get U.S. out of debt

PROTECTIVE TARIFFS

Pros: tax that increased the price of foreign goods and kept the price of US goods lower;


protects US manufacturing in north




Cons: Foreign countries put return tax on


exports of cotton; hurting sales in south

FIRST POLITICAL PARTIES

Democratic Republicans vs. Federalists-


the key differences - interpretation of


the constitution and how nation should


develop economically

JOHN MARSHALL

He was an influential Supreme Court Chief


Justice and his rulings increased the powers of the National Govt.

MARBURY VS MADISON

established judicial review; Supreme Court has final authority over the law

LOUISIANA PURCHASE

to have complete control of the MISSISSIPPI RIVER;also prevented Britain from obtaining (getting) Louisiana and secured America's


future agricultural development- gained access to New Orleans

CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF WAR OF 1812

* impressment of sailors, interference with


shipping/trade and supporting Native American resistance




* increased Nationalism , increased


manufacturing/industry and Native American


resistance declined

MONROE DOCTRINE

U.S. will not allow further colonization of the Americas by European countries