Flashcards in American History 1, Bench 3 Deck (21):
Native American Indian who complained about white men who would destroy Indian villages and his determination to resist was _____.
Railroads, canals, and overland roads were all referred to as _____.
An iron horse referred to as ____.
a steam railroad locomotive
During the early national era, agriculture expanded in the ______ region of America with the aid of new technology and machines
This invention changed the southern states into a thriving region of agricultural cash crop production.
He strengthened foreign policy with his doctrine in 1823.
His slave revolt resulted in harsher slave codes.
His invention radically altered the southern economy towards production of cash crops.
He was an escaped slave who became an widely known abolitionist.
The ______ attempted to place restrictions on the expansion of slavery into the Louisiana Territory during the early national era.
During the John Quincy Adams administration, many believed that politicians had made a _____ allowing Henry Clay obtain an important government position in exchange for political support during the election.
During the 1820s, political _______ more than doubled.
The _____ occurred when huge numbers of Cherokee and other Native American Indians were forced to remove from their native lands and move en mass to Oklahoma.
Trail of Tears
During the mid-1800s, many _____ left Europe for political and economic freedom found in the United States.
German and Irish immigrants
She was important for womens' education in the early 1800s.
She was important in the prison reform movement in the early 1800s.
She was important in the women's rights movement in the mid-1800s.
Elizabeth Cady Stantion
This was an important abolitionist newspaper and journal in the mid-1800s.
The Old Spanish Trail, Oregon Trail, California Trail, Santa Fe Trail, Mormon Trail, all were referred to as ______ during the mid-1800s.
Western Overland Trails
list four examples of Manifest Destiny
Western Overland migration