Unit 3: Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democracy chapters 11

Unit 3: Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democracy
chapters 11-15
chapter 11
Aaron Burr
Revolution of 1800
Barbary pirates, Tripoli
Judiciary Act of 1801
John Marshall
Marbury v. Madison
judicial review
Louisiana Purchase
Haiti (St. Domingo) slave rebellion
Chesapeake affair
The Embargo Act
The Non-Intercourse Act
war hawks
Battle of Tippecanoe, William Henry
chapter 12
Treaty of Ghent (1814)
Battle of New Orleans, Andrew Jackson
Hartford Convention
The Era of Good Feelings
the Marshall Court
McCulloch v. Maryland
The American System, Henry Clay
Missouri Compromise
36 30 line
Monroe Doctrine
chapter 13
Corrupt Bargain, 1824
Henry Clay
Jacksonian Democracy
Democratic Party
spoils system
Tariff of Abominations (Tariff of 1832)
Denmark Vesey/ slave rebellion
John C. Calhoun
Nullies/ Nullification Crisis
Compromise Tariff
Trail of Tears/ Cherokee Indians
The Bank War
Whig Party
Lone Star Rebellion/ Lone Star State
chapter 14
nativist/ nativism
Know-Nothing Party
Industrial Revolution
Eli Whitney, cotton gin
interchangeable parts
Samuel Morse
labor union/ trade union
Lowell textile mills
cult of domesticity
Cyrus McCormick
Cumberland Road
Robert Fulton
Erie Canal
market economy/ market revolution
chapter 15
Second Great Awakening
Charles Finney
Mormon/ Church of Jesus Christ of the
Latter Day Saints
Joseph Smith
Brigham Young
Salt Lake City
Noah Webster
Dorothea Dix
American Temperance Society
cult of domesticity
Lucretia Mott
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Susan B Anthony
Sarah and Angelina Grimké
Seneca Falls Declaration and
Convention (1848)
Robert Owen, New Harmony
Hudson River School
Authors: tough call. The 2008 class said there were lots of literature multiple choice
questions. Do you need to know the names of all the following? What do you need to
know about them? Do you learn about them in English class? You choose. At the most,
I’d say, recognize the people below as American literary figures of the early and mid
1800’s developing a new American literature. Most of you probably already know that
for a lot of them.
Washington Irving
James Fenimore Cooper
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry David Thoreau
Walt Whitman
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Louisa May Alcott
Emily Dickinson
Edgar Allen Poe
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Herman Melville