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  • { U.S HISTORY

    Standard 2 review

  •  The student will demonstrate an understanding of how

    economic developments and the westward movement

    impacted regional differences and democracy in the early

    nineteenth century.

    USHC-2:

  •  Summarize the impact of the westward movement on

    nationalism and democracy, including the expansion of the

    franchise, the displacement of Native Americans from the

    southeast and conflicts over states’ rights and federal power

    during the era of Jacksonian democracy as the result of

    major land acquisitions such as the Louisiana Purchase, the

    Oregon Treaty, and the Mexican Cession.

    USHC-2.1

  • Louisiana Purchase / Lewis and Clark Expedition

    1803 – Jefferson purchased Louisiana from FRANCE. He sent Lewis and Clark to explore the Purchase and to find a NORTHWEST Passage.

  • President Jackson’s policy of INDIAN REMOVAL forced the Cherokee to move to Oklahoma. Many of the Cherokee died on the journey which was known as the TRAIL OF TEARS.

  •  Explain how the Monroe Doctrine and the concept of

    Manifest Destiny affected United States’ relationships with

    foreign powers, including the role of the United States in

    the Texan Revolution and the Mexican War.

    USHC-2.2

  • Louisiana

    Purchase

    (1803) from France

    Territory of the

    Original 13 States Mexican

    Cession

    Hawaii

    Annexation

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  • No more European colonization

  • Manifest Destiny

  • Expansion leads to WAR

    The Republic of Texas was ANNEXED by the United

    States. This led to a territorial dispute with

    Mexico that triggered the MEXICAN WAR.

    The U.S. acquired the

    MEXICAN Territory as a result of the Treaty of

    GUALDALUPE HIDALGO.

  •  Compare the economic development in different regions

    (the South, the North, and the West) of the United States

    during the early nineteenth century, including ways that

    economic policy contributed to political controversies.

    USHC-2.3

  • NORTH SOUTH WEST

    Economy

    Factories and manufacturing

    Plantations, cotton

    Big farms, cattle ranches

    Political Leaders

    Whig party, business owners

    John C. Calhoun, democrats, and plantation owners

    Democrats and cattle owners

    Political Issues

    No slavery Yes slavery Few slaves

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  •  Compare the social and cultural characteristics of the

    North, the South, and the West during the antebellum

    period, including the lives of African Americans and

    social reform movements such as abolition and women’s

    rights.

    USHC-2.4

  • Movement Key Figures Goal

    Second Great Awakening

    Charles G. Finney Religious movement

    Antebellum Reform Movements

  • Movement Key Figures Goal

    Abolitionism William Lloyd Garrison, David Walker, Fredrick Douglass, Nat Turner,

    Sarah Grimke

    Outlaw slavery

    Antebellum Reform Movements

  • Movement Key Figures Goal

    Temperance Prohibit drinking alcohol

    Antebellum Reform Movements

  • Movement Key Figures Goal

    Women’s Rights Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott

    Seneca Falls Convention

    Antebellum Reform Movements

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