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HARRIET

TUBMAN



conductor of the

"underground railroad"

GEORGE

MASON

against increased power to

the national government

TRAIL OF TEARS

DESTINATION

present day

Oklahoma

QUAKERS

against

slavery

WAR

OF

1812

contributed to

industrial growth

in the U.S.

COTTON

GIN

increased plantations

and the demand

for slave labor

INDUSTRIAL

REVOLUTION

went from home-made

goods to factory

made goods

JAMES

POLK

believed in

Manifest Destiny

COMPROMISE

OF

1850

Fugitive Slave Law

authorized capture of

escaped slaves and

free slaves

VIRGINIA

HOUSE OF

BURGESSESS

elected assembly-

model to follow-

1619


NORTHWEST

ORDINANCE

process for territories

to become states

MASSACHUSETTS

puritans-

pilgrims

MARYLAND

catholics

TEXAS

ANNEXATION

leads U.S. to

war with

Mexico

AOC

STRENGTHS

makes treaties-

create post office-

declare war

BLACK

CODES

limited impact of

13th Amendment

TRANS-ATLANTIC

SLAVE TRADE

southern

plantations

POPULAR

SOVEREIGNTY

power of people

to elect

representatives

MAGNA

CARTA

1215

trial by jury-

due process-

limited power of king

IRISH

IMMIGRANTS

escaped

potato

famine

COLONIAL

PROTESTS


boycott

British

imports

SPOIL

SYSTEM

Jackson rewards

his supporters

with good jobs

UNALIENABLE-

NATURAL-

GOD GIVEN-

RIGHTS


life-

liberty-

happiness


MOTIVES

FOR

EXPLORATION

wealth-nationalism-

religion-fame

12TH

AMENDMENT

reduced conflicts

in outcome of

Presidential

elections

NEW

ENGLAND

COLONIES

shipbuilding-

fishing-

fur trapping-

lumber milling

MIDDLE

COLONIES

breadbasket-wheat-

grain-rice-lumber-

fur trapping

SOUTHERN

COLONIES

cotton-tobacco-

rice-indigo-

plantations-slaves

NULLIFICATION

CRISIS

southern states'

misinterpretation of the

10th Amendment

CHINESE

goldmines-

railroads-

large communities-

enduered harsh nativism

FORMATION OF

POLITICAL

PARTIES

disagreements over power

to the federal government

U.S.

REGIONS

north-

south-

west

NORTHERN

REGION

ECONOMY

trade-manufacturing-

fishing-lumber

WESTERN

REGION

ECONOMY

farming-

some industry



SOUTHERN

REGION

ECONOMY

farming-

raw materials

HUDSON

RIVER

SCHOOL

natural

landscape

artists

FEDERALIST

for constitution-

strong central govt-

loose interpretation


ANTI-FEDERALIST-

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANS

against constitution-

for state's rights-

strict interpretation


TRANSCONTINENTAL

RAILROAD

flattening hills-filling holes-

bridges across rivers- blasting

thru mountains

MISSOURI

COMPROMISE

relieved tensions over

slavery between

North and South

WASHINGTON'S

FAREWELL

ADDRESS

stay away-avoid-steer clear

of permanent alliances-

political parties

1ST

AMENDMENT

religion

assembly

petition

press

speech

INDUSTRIAL

REVOLUTION

motivated rural people

to move to cities for jobs

AOC

WEEKNESS

no president-

no army-

no courts-

no taxing power

MARBURY

v

MADISON

empowered Supreme Court


  • to strike down unconstitutional laws

HAMILTON'S

ECONOMIC

PLAN

  • create a National Bank-
  • tax whiskey-
  • create bonds-

FUNDAMENTAL

ORDER

OF

CONNECTICUT

  • self-government-
  • 1st plan of government in
the colonies
  • people have right to vote-

MANIFEST

DESTINY

  • take over North America-
  • "from sea to shining sea"-

INVENTIONS

  • production of goods
faster and cheaper

HARRIET

BEECHER

STOWE

  • against slavery-
  • author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin", which exposed horror of slavery in the South

ELIZABETH

CADY

STANTON

  • Women's Rights leader-
  • organized Seneca Falls
Convention-
  • wrote Declaration of
Sentiments

13th

AMENDMENT

freed

slaves

14th

AMENDMENT

citizenship

for freed slaves

15th

AMENDMENT

right to vote

all men

SUFFRAGE

women's right to vote

in political elections

FEDERALISM

principle of constitution-


divides U.S. government into 2 parts-


federal / state-


aligned to the 10 Amendment-

AGRARIAN

farming-

agriculture

TRAILS

WEST


  • TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD
  • PURCHASED FROM MEXICO
  • GADSDEN PURCHASE
  • PACIFIC NORTHWEST
  • U.S. AND BRITAIN CLAIM IT
  • OREGON TERRITORY
  • ADAMS-ONIS TREATY
  • ACCESS TO PORT OF LOUISIANA
  • FLORIDA CESSION
  • LED TO U.S.-MEXICO WAR
  • PRESIDENT POLK /MANIFEST DESTINY
  • ANNEXATION OF TEXAS
  • CEDED BY MEXICO TO U.S.
  • MEXICAN CESSION