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Title: American History November 13 2007


1
American History November 13 2007
  • BELL WORK
  • Please name Presidents 20-25
  • THIS NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED SILENTLY!

2
Weekly Agenda
  • Tuesday/Wednesday
  • War of 1812
  • Change in America / Slavery and Abolition
  • Women and Change
  • Thursday/Friday
  • Change in America / Slavery and Abolition
  • Women and Change

3
Weekly Objectives
  • WWBAT summarize the course of the War of 1812.
  • WWBAT summarize and teach specific information to
    ours peers concerning the change in America
    regarding religion, slavery, abolition.
  • WWBAT explain why womens opportunities were
    limited in the mid-1850s.
  • WWBAT identify the reform movements women
    participated in.
  • WWBAT describe the progress of the expanding
    womens rights movement.
  • WWBAT show how new manufacturing techniques
    shifted the production of goods from home to
    factory.
  • WWBAT describe the conditions female employees
    endured in factories.
  • WWBAT summarize the attempts of factory workers
    to organize unions.

4
What is DUE this week
  • Tuesday/Wednesday
  • Thursday/Friday
  • Women and Change Graph
  • Current Events

5
Daily Agenda
  • Bell Work
  • Today in History
  • The War of 1812 (Per 4)
  • Change in American / Slavery and Abolition
  • Women and Change

6
The War of 1812
  • Script
  • - There is a lot of information about the war.
  • - Its more fun to read it like a script.
  • - I need 12 volunteers. You will be speaking in
    front of the class.

7
The War of 1812
  • Script
  • - Those people who volunteered, you have 5
    minutes to read it through and decide what you
    are going to do.
  • - Everyone else, please sit quietly, work on
    work for another class, read.
  • - NO MP3 Players, Phones, SLEEPING!

8
The War of 1812
  • World News
  • Jefferson popular after the Louisiana Purchase
    re-elected President!
  • -Louisiana Purchase 1803 Napoleon Bonaparte
    sells territory to James Monroe for 15 Million
    dollars.
  • -With the LP, U.S. territory doubles.
  • France and England are not playing well
    together.
  • Napoleon is running amok in France.
  • Brits are impressing Americans

9
The War of 1812
  • Pres. Jefferson We shall have an Embargo on
    European goods b/c the issues in Europe.
  • Congress Embargo Act of 1807 Rock
  • -Force nations to honor U.S. neutrality
  • American Businesses Umm… Yea….. Im gonna need
    to you to lift that embargo. Im losing money….
    Yea…..
  • Congress Okay, FINE! POOF! Embargo lifted
    (1809)

10
The War of 1812
  • News on the Home Front
  • Problem Native Americans living on their
    ancestral home land.
  • HOW DARE THEY!!!!!!!!!
  • We (The White settlers) want that land!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Boo-Hoo!

11
The War of 1812
  • William Henry Harrison Hey, Ill invite
    Native American leaders to Indiana to sign away 3
    million acres of their land.
  • Supporters Woot! Cheap Land!
  • Native Americans (Tecumseh)
  • OK- Its on people! We (the Shawnee) will fight
    to retain control of our land. The land that has
    belonged to our people for centuries!
  • Tecumsehs supporters The hurt is on! Hey,
    lets go to Canada and ask the British for help!

12
The War of 1812
  • Native Americans Hey British Army! We will
    help you fight the Americans if you promise that
    we can keep our land once we win and send the
    American Army running home crying!
  • British Army Splendid Idea! Agreed!
  • Native Americans Woot!

13
The War of 1812
  • News Flash!-1812
  • -James Madison is President!
  • -U.S. Congress declares war on Britain.
  • Again.
  • -First plan
  • Invade British Canada and take over

14
The War of 1812
  • Spring/Summer 1812
  • American Army We have no money and are not
    well-trained, but we are still going to go and
    attempt to gain control of British Canada!
  • British Army Umm…. Yea. Boom! We win!

15
The War of 1812
  • Spring/Summer 1813
  • American Army We won a little! Yea! However,
    we are still stuck in Canada facing the British
    fleet
  • British Army Yea…. American Army, meet the
    British Navy.

16
The War of 1812
  • Americas Nightly News - 1814
  • NEWS FLASH!!!!!
  • British Army burns
  • White House and Capitol Building
  • to the ground!
  • Politicians Flee!
  • Story at 1100!

17
The War of 1812
  • Americas Nightly News January 9 1815
  • NEWS FLASH!!!!!
  • Tenn. General Andrew Jackson
  • battles along side known pirate Jean Lafayette in
    the Battle of New Orleans!
  • Jackson and company beats the Redcoats!
  • Hundreds of Lobsterbacks killed!
  • American death toll under 100 men!

18
War of 1812 TELEGRAPH
  • DELIVERED January 10 1815
  • TO Gen Andrew Jackson
  • FROM Washington
  • RE War
  • -ANDY!!!!!.
  • GREAT NEWS!. THE WAR IS OVER!. WE SIGNED THE
    TREATY OF GHENT WITH ENGLAND!. WE STOPPED
    FIGHTING. YEA!. DONT WORRY ABOUT FIGHTING IN NEW
    ORLEANS!. DONT KNOW WHAT WE WILL DO ABOUT THE
    PROBLEMS AT SEA-BUT WE WILL FIGURE IT OUT.

19
War of 1812
  • HAPPY 25th BIRTHDAY AMERICA!!!!!
  • 1815 Trade b/t U.S. and Europe OK
  • Northern boundary of Louisiana at 49th
    parralell.
  • U.S. and Britain 10 year joint occupation of
    Oregon Territory.
  • Americans WOOT! WE ROCK!
  • BritishSmashing! We still have some control!
  • Native Americans (Face-Palm)

20
Change in America / Slavery and Abolition
  • You all will be looking at specific pieces of
    text in the book.
  • You will need to read the information as a group,
    and as a group, pull out what you believe are the
    three most important pieces of information that
    should be addressed.

21
Change in America / Slavery and Abolition
  • Then, please write down the three ideas on a
    sheet of paper.
  • The next thing you need to do is decide how to
    convey those three ideas to your classmates in a
    way that they will retain the information.
  • Whether notes, a picture, skit, song, whatever.
  • I have transparencies, construction paper,
    markers, supplies.
  • I will be collecting your notes, and your final
    product.

22
Change in America / Slavery and Abolition
  • YES,
  • YOU ARE PRESENTING THIS!

23
Change in America / Slavery and Abolition
  • Per 4
  • Marko, Richard, Wesley (2nd Great Awakening)
  • Colton, Hannah, Elizabeth (Transcendentalism)
  • Garrett, Ete, Adam (School and Prison Reform)
  • Martin, Michael, Victoria (Abolitionists Speak
    Out)
  • Argelia, Galen, Maria (Life Under Slavery)
  • Teresita, Erika, Isadora (Slave Owners Oppose
    Abolition)
  • Stefanie, Eddie, Gabe (2nd Great Awakening)
  • Gabriella, David, Ernie (Transcendentalism)
  • Jesse, Adrianna, Daniella (School and Prison
    Reform)
  • Tina and Chloe (Abolitionists Speak Out)
  • Pages 224 234. Look for the headings!

24
Change in America / Slavery and Abolition
  • Per 5
  • Yvonne, Jim, Trung (2nd Great Awakening)
  • Renee, Chuy, Elizabeth (Transcendentalism)
  • Adrian, Eric, Valerie (School and Prison Reform)
  • Nigina, Artemisa, Bryan (Abolitionists Speak Out)
  • Ray, Joey, Abdy, Alex (Life Under Slavery)
  • Patrick, Carlos, ShaRonda (Slave Owners Oppose
    Abolition)
  • Amy, Kareem, Monique, Silvia (2nd Great
    Awakening)
  • Thomas, Michael, Richard (Transcendentalism)
  • Cesar and Dustin (School and Prison Reform)
  • Pages 224 234. Look for the headings!

25
Women and Change
  • Women in the 1800s
  • Women faced limited options
  • Cult of Domesticity Custom dictated that womens
    roles were restricted to marriage and family
  • Housework and Childcare were the only activities
    women were suited for.
  • By 1850 1 in 5 women had worked for before
    they were married.
  • Single women were servants, seamstresses, or
    teachers.
  • 1 in 10 worked outside the home, earning half of
    what men would for the same job.

26
Women and Change
  • Women in the 1800s
  • Women could not vote or sit on juries EVEN if
    they paid taxes.
  • When women married her property and money became
    her husbands.
  • In cases, women lacked guardianship over their
    children.

27
Women and Change
  • Women Move for Change
  • However, women were vocal in public for change,
    thanks to the 2nd Great Awakening.
  • Some men didnt even like this and excluded women
    from meetings and pelted them with rotten eggs.

28
Women and Change
  • Women Move for Change
  • Grimke Sisters Sarah and Angelina
  • Daughters of a South Carolina slaveholder
  • Spoke out against slavery
  • Angelina published Appeal to Christian Women of
    the South
  • Urged women to overthrow this horrible system of
    oppression and cruelty.
  • Women also raised money, distributed literature,
    and collected signatures for petitions.

29
Women and Change
  • Women and Alcohol
  • The Temperance Movement
  • There is no reform in which woman can act better
    or more appropriately than temperance. I know not
    how she can resist or turn aside from the duty of
    acting in this its effects fall so crushingly
    upon her… she has so often seen its slow,
    insidious, but not the less surely fatal
    advances, gaining upon its victim…OH! The misery,
    the utter, hopeless misery of the drunkards wife!

30
Women and Change
  • Women and Alcohol
  • The Temperance Movement
  • Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Beer, Wine, and Hard Cider.
  • Until ether and anesthetics, doctors gave
    patients alcohol.
  • Politicians bought votes with Alcohol
  • Men and women were against alcohol by the 1820s.
  • What happens when men drink?

31
Women and Change
  • Women and Education
  • Until the 1820s American women RARLEY had more
    than an elementary school education
  • 1821 Troy, New York
  • Classes in Math, HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, languages,
    art, music, writing, and literature.
  • Most people mocked the school
  • They will be educating COWS next!

32
Women and Change
  • Women and Education
  • 1831
  • Prudence Crandall opens a school for schools in
    Canterbury CT.
  • 1833 She admits the first African American
    woman.
  • People in Canterbury complained so much she
    decided to only admit African American students.
  • This caused so many problems that by 1834 she was
    forced to leave town.

33
Women and Change
  • Women and Education
  • 1837
  • Mount Holyoke Female Seminary (later, Mount
    Holyoke College) became first all female college
  • Ohio Oberlin College admits women into its first
    four-year degree program, making it the
    coeducational university

34
Women and Change
  • Women and Health Reform
  • Women began moving for health reforms.
  • Elizabeth Blackwell (1849 1st woman to graduate
    from medical school) opened the New York
    Infirmary for Women and Children.
  • Catherine Beecher took a survey of womens
    health.
  • 1 in 3 women was healthy
  • Women rarely bathed or exercised
  • Clothing was painful and dangerous

35
Women and Change
  • Womens Rights Movement Emerges
  • Gave women the chance to work outside the home.
  • Teachers/Writer Margaret Fuller
  • Women needed not as a man to act or rule but…as
    a soul to live free and unimpeded
  • Seneca Falls Convention 1848
  • Declaration of Sentiments
  • More than 300 women attended
  • Agreed on all things except suffrage
  • Some said no because of dependence, others did
    not care.

36
Women and Change
  • Sojourner Truth
  • Isabella Baumfree Slave who argued for African
    American and womens rights.
  • Refuted that as a women she was weak, and as an
    African American she was not feminine.
  • Look at me! Look at my arm! I have ploughed, and
    planted, and gathered into barns, and no man
    could head me. And aint I a woman? I could work
    as much and eat as much as a man-when I could get
    it-and bear the lash as well! And aint I a
    woman? I have borne 13 children , and seen most
    all sold off to slavery, and when I cried out
    with my mothers grief, none but Jesus heard me!
    And aint I a woman?

37
Women and Change
  • In a diagram that is similar, fill in historical
    events, ideas, or people that relate to the main
    idea.

38
Women and Change
  • Then, please write a paragraph about the most
    effective method of dealing with inequality.

39
Closure
  • What did we say we would do today?
  • Did we do that?
  • Do you have any homework tonight?
  • Have a Great Evening!
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