Period Four 1800-1884 Remember: Focus on CAUSE/EFFECT for your vocabulary-NOT just simple definitions. Chapter 7: Vocabulary and Questions Henry Clay John C. Calhoun Louisiana Purchase Embargo Act Macon’s Bill Aaron Burr Chesapeake-Leopard Affair John Bobbert Nonintercourse Act of 1809 War Hawks Treaty of Ghent Hartford Convention 1. How did Presidents Jefferson and Madison’s economic policies help them to carry out their foreign policies? 2. What were the goals for the War of 1812? Focus on foreign relations, nationalism, and industry. 3. Explain the significance of John Marshall and Marbury v Madison. Chapter 8: Vocabulary and Questions Tariff of 1816 Marshall’s Supreme Court The Missouri Compromise The Monroe Doctrine 1. Explain how the factory system, inventions, and labor unions impacted industrial growth prior to the War of 1812 to the middle of the 19th century. 2. What was Henry Clay’s proposed American System? 3. Why is Monroe’s Presidency known as the Era of Good Feelings? 4. Identify and explain the causes of the Panic of 1819. 5. Explain the reasons for Westward Movement, the impact of population growth, the impact of changing transportation, and the transitions in agriculture and the “market revolution.” Chapter 9: Vocabulary and Questions Old Northwest Manifest Destiny Sectionalism Nativists Know-Nothing Party Tammany Hall Eli Whiney Denmark Vesey 1. What was the treatment of American Indians, free African Americans, and Irish Immigrants, by the Protestant white majority? 2. Explain why the South lacked developing manufacturing during the first half of the 19th century compared to the North. 3. Explain the societal differences within the North, South, and West. Include women and African Americans in your explanation. We will cover Chapter 10 and 11 in another week. Focus on 7, 8, and 9 during Fall Break. Hope you have a Great One Oct 22 Chapter 10: Vocabulary and Questions Spoil System Election of 1824 Indian Removal Act Nullification Crisis Pet Banks Species Circular Federalists Whigs 1. Evaluate the policies of Jackson’s Presidency. Should it be called the “Age of the Common Man?” Explain 2. Identify the sectionalism beginning to happen between the Democrats and the Whigs. Evaluate the reasons why. 3. What is the importance of the “Log Cabin and Hard Cider” Campaign of 1840? Oct 27 Chapter 11: Vocabulary and Questions The Second Great Awakening Mormons Transcendentalists 1. 2. 3. 4. Oneida Community Temperance Movement Seneca Falls Evaluate religious influences; pay close attention to the Second Great Awakening, and the Mormons. Analyze intellectual influences in culture: transcendentalists, communal experiments, arts and literature What impact/ role did women play during this period? What helped to overshadow much of their movements? Why was the antislavery movement expanding? Essential Questions: Identity Work, Exchange, and Technology Peopling Politics and Power America in the World Environment and Geography Ideas, Beliefs, and Cultures How did debates over American democratic culture and the proximity of many different cultures living in close contact affect changing definitions of national identity? How did the growth of mass manufacturing in the rapidly urbanizing North affect definitions of and relationships between workers, and those for whom they worked? How did the continuing dominance of agriculture and the slave system affect southern social, political, and economic life? How did the continued movement of individuals and groups into, out of, and within the United States shape the development of new communities and the evolution of old communities? How did the growth of ideals of mass democracy, including such concerns as expanding suffrage, public education, abolitionism, and care for the needy affect political life and discourse? How did the United States use diplomatic and economic means to project its power in the western hemisphere? How did foreign governments and individuals describe and react to the new American nation? How did environmental and geographic factors affect the development of sectional economics and identities? How did the idea of democratization shape and reflect American arts, literature, ideals, and culture?