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1

Election of 1800

John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Both had 73 electoral votes. Decided by the House of Representatives. Thomas Jefferson won

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Louisiana Purchase

France sells the territory for 15 million dollars. It doubled the size of the US.

3

Lewis and Clark Expedition

Sent on expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase territory. Sacajawea helped talk to chiefs and give peace. Followed Missouri River.

4

Impressment and the attack of the Chesapeake

British forced Americans to serve in the British army. The us Chesapeake was interrupted by a British vessel. Britishers attacked.

5

War Hawks from the War of 1812

People who pushed the war with Great Britain. Henry clay and John c Calhoun

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War of 1812 – DC burned, Fort McHenry, Battle of New Orleans

DC- Britishers marched into doc and burned it down. Dooley Madison saved a portrait of George Washington.
Fort McHenry- British attacked at Baltimore Harbor. Francis Scott Key write The Star Spangle Banner.
Battle of New Orleans- After peace treaty was signed. Made Andrew Jackson a house hold name.

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The Star Spangled Banner

Wrote while the British were bombing Fort McHenry by Francis Scott Key.

8

Monroe Doctrine

James Monroe warned European nations not to try to invade them cause they will win.

9

Irish Potato Famine’s relationship to Immigration

Period of starvation and decease in Ireland and they came to the US

10

Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s convention

Publicly fought for women's rights. She led this convention.

11

Industrial Revolution

Change from an agrarian society to an industry society

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Capitalism

Economic system of the US

13

Free Enterprise System

Free to buy sell and produce what they want.prices and cost are set by supply and demand

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Supply and Demand

the amount of a commodity, product, or service available and the desire of buyers for it, considered as factors regulating its price.

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Number One Crop in the South in the 1800’s

Tobacco

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Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin – what it did and why that was important

Got the seeds out of cotton, and it was important cause it got it done a lot faster and produces more

17

Urban vs Rural

Urban is city

Rural is country

18

Wilderness Road

Was the route to Kentucky from the Atlantic Ocean. Aided early expedition to TN.

19

Daniel Boone

He and 30 skilled foresters blazed the trail that became the wilderness road

20

Cumberland Gap

Allowed for a path to be created that made passing through the App. Mnts easier

21

The Corrupt Bargain

Henry Clay met John Adams and agreed to use influence to help Adams get the vote in the HOR. Democratic- Republican Party split up.

22

Andrew Jackson – spoils system, fight with the bank

Old hickory is Andrew Jackson. Tough as a hickory stick.
Spoils system- practice of replacing gov't employees with winning candidates.
Bank- Andrew Jackson shut it down.


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Indian Removal Act

Act passed by congress in order to relocate NA's. Modern day Oklahoma.

24

Trail of Tears

Relocation of NA's from Georgia to Oklahoma. Winfield Scott and 7,000 troops came to remove the Cherokee from their homes.

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Sequoyah

Made the Cherokee written language

26

William Henry Harrison’s Presidency

Died from pneumonia and had the shortest presidency ever because he gave a long speech in the freezing cold.

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Manifest Destiny

Belief in expanding the us boundaries westward

28

Texas Rebellion

Texas Revolution began when colonists in the Mexican province of Texas rebelled against the increasingly centralized Mexican government.

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The Alamo – battle significance

Defenders bought the Texans much needed time and Sam Houston became commander in chief of the Texans. They shouted remember the Alamo

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Davy Crockett

Backwoods an from TN who volunteered to fight at the Alamo