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Title: Chapter 12: The Second War for Independence and the Upsurge of Nationalism


1
Chapter 12 The Second War for Independence and
the Upsurge of Nationalism
  • 1812-1824

2
  • On to Canada over Land and Lakes
  • Describe the American army on the eve of the War
    of 1812.
  • Why was Canada an important battleground in the
    War of 1812?
  • Describe Americas offensive strategy.
  • Describe the British defensive strategy.
  • Why was the American navy more successful than
    the British navy?
  • Who was Oliver Hazard Perry and why was his
    victory important?
  • How did Napoleons exile affect the American
    military effort?
  • Describe the battle of Plattsburgh and why the
    victory was important.
  • Washington Burned and New Orleans Defended
  • How were the British forces able to burn the
    Capitol?
  • Who fought in the Battle of New Orleans?
  • Describe the Battle of New Orleans?
  • Even though a peace treaty had been signed two
    weeks before, why was the Battle of New Orleans
    significant?
  • How did the Royal Navy respond to the Battle of
    New Orleans?

3
  • The Treaty of Ghent
  • Why did Tsar Alexander I propose mediation in
    regards to the War of 1812?
  • What demands were made by the British and how did
    the Americans respond?
  • Why did Britain become more willing to compromise
    with the Americans?
  • Why was the Treaty of Ghent considered an
    armistice and why is this important?
  • Federalist Grievances and the Hartford Convention
  • Why was New England a problem?
  • Describe the purpose of the Hartford Convention.
  • How was the Hartford Convention less radical than
    many believed?
  • What did the delegates from the Hartford
    Convention demand?
  • How were the delegates from the Hartford
    Convention received in Washington DC?
  • How did Federalist doctrines outlive the
    Federalist party?

4
  • The Second War for American Independence
  • The War of 1812 was globally unimportant but what
    how did it affect the United States
    internationally?
  • How did the War of 1812 affect the United States
    nationally?
  • Who became heroes of the war and why is this
    important?
  • How did the War of 1812 breed independence?
  • How were Canadians affected by the War of 1812?
  • Describe the Rush-Bagot agreement and its
    significance.
  • What was happening in Europe during this time
    period and how did this affect America?
  • Nascent Nationalism
  • What was the most impressive by-product of the
    War of 1812?
  • How was this new nationalism demonstrated?
  • Politically and economically, how was nationalism
    demonstrated?

5
  • The American System
  • How did British manufacturers react after the War
    of 1812?
  • How did American manufacturers respond to
    Britain?
  • Describe the Tariff of 1816 and its importance.
  • Who was Henry Clay?
  • Describe the American System.
  • How did the public respond to the American
    system?
  • How did Congress respond to the American system
    and why?
  • The So-called Era of Good Feelings
  • Describe James Madison and the election of 1816.
  • How did James Madison further cement nationalism?
  • Why was the Era of Good Feelings considered a
    misnomer?

6
  • The Panic of 1819 and the Curse of Hard Times
  • What were the traits of the Panic of 1819?
  • What was the major contributing factor of the
    Panic of 1819?
  • How did the Panic of 1819 set back nationalism?
  • How did the Panic of 1819 affect poorer classes
    and why was this significant?
  • Growing Pains of the West
  • Describe the growth of the West.
  • Why was expansion of the West happening so
    quickly?
  • How did the economy impact Western settlement?
  • How did Generals Harrison and Jackson impact
    Western settlement?
  • Describe the Cumberland Highway.
  • Why was the West forced to ally itself with other
    sections?
  • Describe the Land Act of 1820 and its
    significance.
  • Describe Wildcat banks.

7
  • Slavery and the Sectional Balance
  • What happened in 1819 that demonstrated
    significant sectional tensions?
  • Describe the Tallmadge amendment.
  • Who was angered by the Tallmadge amendment
  • Why was the South most concerned with the
    Tallmadge amendment?
  • How did Missouri relate to the future of the
    slave system?
  • How did Missouri relate to the Constitutional
    Congress?
  • The issue of slavery was mostly political and
    economic but what role did moral questions play
    in the Missouri issue?

8
  • The Uneasy Missouri Compromise
  • What role did Henry Clay play in the Missouri
    Compromise?
  • What were the three compromises that comprised
    the Missouri Compromise?
  • What did the South gain from the compromise?
  • What did the North gain from the compromise?
  • Why wasnt the restriction of slavery in the
    territories offensive to the South?
  • How long did the Missouri Compromise last and why
    is this important?
  • How did the Missouri Compromise and the Panic of
    1819 affect President Madison?
  • John Marshall and Judicial Nationalism
  • Describe the case of McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)
    and its significance.
  • How did Marshall give loose construction its
    most famous formulation?
  • Describe the case of Cohens v. Virginia (1821)
    and its significance.
  • Describe the case of Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) and
    its significance.

9
  • Judicial Dikes Against Democratic Excess
  • Describe the case of Fletcher v. Peck (1810) and
    its significance.
  • Describe the case of Dartmouth v. Woodward (1819)
    and its significance.
  • What other effects did the Dartmouth case have?
  • Describe Daniel Webster.
  • How are Marshalls decisions felt today?
  • Sharing Oregon and Acquiring Florida
  • Describe the relationship between John Quincy
    Adams and President Monroe.
  • Describe the treaty of 1818 and its significance.
  • How did Americans lay claim to Western Florida?
  • How did rebellion in South American affect Spain
    and its hold on Florida?
  • What did Andrew Jackson do in Florida?
  • How did the leaders in Washington DC respond to
    Jacksons actions?
  • Describe the Florida Purchase Treaty of 1819 and
    its significance.

10
  • The Menace of Monarchy in America
  • How did the Autocrats of Europe feel about
    Democracy?
  • Why were Americans concerned about the European
    Autocrats actions?
  • What role did Russia play in Americas fears
    about monarchies?
  • Why didnt Britain join other European powers in
    crushing the South American revolutions?
  • What did George Canning propose in 1823?
  • Monroe and His Doctrine
  • Why did Secretary Adams question British motives?
  • Why did the British actually propose an alliance
    with the Americans?
  • Why did Adams believe an alliance with Britain
    was unnecessary?
  • Describe the Monroe Doctrine.
  • At whom was the Monroe Doctrine directed?
  • Why did Monroe issue a warning against foreign
    intervention?

11
  • Monroes Doctrine Appraised
  • How did Europe feel about the Monroe Doctrine?
  • How did South America feel about the Monroe
    Doctrine?
  • Why didnt the Monroe Doctrine have much
    significance?
  • Why could the Monroe Doctrine be considered the
    Self Defense Doctrine?
  • How have other presidents used the Monroe
    Doctrine?
  • How is the Monroe Doctrine an expression of post
    war nationalism?
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