Conflicts over the power of the federal government and America’s economic future.
Prisons with Criminals
Expanded the electorate and lowered voting restrictions (like the property requirement)
Balance of free and slave states was maintained and Missouri was admitted as a slave state and Maine was admitted as a free state
Federal government was not a pushover and would be committed to enforcing federal laws
Peaceful passing on of power to another political party
Seneca Falls Convention
Cotton became king of crops in the South
Farmers in the Ohio Valley could more easily ship grain to Eastern markets
North & Britain
Wanted to clear the way for white settlement of the land
Prevent further European colonization of the western hemisphere
Trail of Tears
(1) Took away power from the states and (2) it did not have a Bill of Rights
Mandatory free public schools
What did Washington's action during the Whiskey Rebellion show the nation?
Which policy of Andrew Jackson meant that elected officials were rewarded for winning by being allowed to appoint their loyal supporters to government jobs?
Whose economic plan aimed to make the country's economic position more secure?
What was an immediate effect of the completion of the Erie Canal in 1825?
What was the economic result of Eli Whitney's invention of the cotton gin?
What was the result of the Missouri Compromise?
Horace Mann, the father of common schools, convinced the state of Massachusetts to establish laws providing for training for teachers and also what else?
In the years before the Civil War, the U.S. was divided among the North, South, and West, which is known as what?
Why did political parties form in the late 1700s?
Which women's rights event in New York was organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott?
Which reform movement aimed to develop informed citizens that would make better decisions as they experienced democracy?
Southern cotton was used in textile mills in which two places?
What were the two reasons why Patrick Henry and many of the other Anti-Federalists were against ratification of the Constitution?
What was the 800 mile transportation route from Maryland to Illinois that contributed greatly to economic growth in antebellum America?
Andrew Jackson's forced march of the Cherokee was known as what?
Backlash against immigrants, such as the "Know Nothing Party" promoted native-born Americans over immigrants. This is known as what?
The main reasons for the start of the Industrial Revolution in the early 1800s were access to: (1) capital, (2) rivers, (3) cheap labor, and (4) what?
Why was the Monroe Doctrine issued?
Why was Andrew Jackson in favor of Indian Removal?
Which major achievement of Andrew Jackson actually helped him win the election of 1828 against John Quincy Adams?
Most Southerners did not own a single slave and were poor farmers known as what?
Before Dorothea Dix's reforms, where were most mentally ill people held?
Many rural farmers left their farms to work where during the 1800s?
Which sectional crisis involved South Carolina's threat to ignore the federal tariff?
Why was the election of Thomas Jefferson in the election of 1800 so important?