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Title: Domain Two New Republic Through Reconstruction


1
Domain TwoNew RepublicThroughReconstruction
  • Approximately 15 of the 80 questions on next
    weeks EOCT will be on this material we will be
    reviewing today

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  • encouraged westward migration of Americans
  • disallowed slavery
  • encouraged public education
  • organized planned for the addition of new
    states
  • Hint what direction is the arrow pointing?

3
Northwest Ordinance
  • encouraged westward migration of Americans
  • disallowed slavery
  • encouraged public education
  • organized planned for the addition of new
    states.

4
Thomas Jefferson
  • In 1803, Thomas Jefferson bought a large piece of
    land from Napoleon (emperor of
    _________).
  • This piece of land would become known as the
    __________ ____________ and in the interest of
    new discoveries, Jefferson sent _________
    __________ west to explore.

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War of 1812
  • caused by British impressing thousands of
    American sailors into their navy
  • caused by war-hawks calling for an end to British
    support of Indian attacks against America
  • White House Capitol burned during Mr.
    Madisons War
  • nation celebrated General Andrew Jacksons
    victory at New Orleans
  • resulted in the development of a stronger
    national identity
  • an era of Good Feelings opened in American
    politics

After During
Before
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  • Passed by the 5th president of the US

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  • Passed by the 5th president of the US
  • Set the tone for American foreign policy for a
    hundred years

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  • Passed by the 5th president of the US
  • Set the tone for American foreign policy for a
    hundred years
  • European powers can no longer colonize nations in
    the Americas

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Monroe Doctrine
  • Passed by the 5th president of the US
  • Set the tone for American foreign policy for a
    hundred years
  • European powers can no longer colonize nations in
    the Americas

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System of Interchangeable Parts
Cotton Gin
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Which three are true?
  • Erie Canal connected Great Lakes to Atlantic
    Ocean
  • Erie Canal was completed after the Civil War
  • Erie Canal directly connected Philadelphia to
    Boston
  • Erie Canal led to growth of New York City
  • Erie Canal connected western farmers to eastern
    merchants

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  • American war hero
  • National Bank hater
  • Democratic Party founder
  • Removal of Indians
  • Election of 1824 stolen from him
  • Won presidency thanks to expanded suffrage laws
  • Jackaer, donkey
  • Active use of presidential veto
  • Common mans president
  • King Andrew
  • States rights opposed
  • Old Hickory
  • Nationalism strengthened under him

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Matching Reforms
  • prohibition
  • Seneca Falls, New York
  • state-tax supported
  • Frederick Douglass
  • abolition
  • public schools
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • alcohol
  • suffrage
  • Horace Mann
  • temperance
  • The Liberator

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yes in fated mints
  • Rearrange the letters into two well-known US
    History vocabulary words

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YES IN FATED MINTS
  • The belief that the certain fate of the US was
    WESTWARD EXPANSION

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Manifest destiny
  • The belief that the certain fate of the US was
    WESTWARD EXPANSION
  • animated map
  • watch the dark
  • orange grow as
  • America grows

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Missouri Compromise
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Sectionalism
  • Rearrange in the correct chronological order
  • Tariff of Abominations passed by Congress
  • Andrew Jackson forces South Carolina to accept
    conditions of the Tariff of Abominations
  • South Carolina nullifies the Tariff of
    Abominations
  • John C. Calhoun introduces the idea of states
    rights

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Sectionalism the opposite of nationalism
  • Tariff of Abominations passed by Congress
  • John C. Calhoun introduces the idea of states
    rights
  • South Carolina nullifies the Tariff of
    Abominations
  • Andrew Jackson forces South Carolina to accept
    conditions of the Tariff of Abominations

21
War with Mexico
  • Wilmot Proviso
  • tried (and failed)
  • to abolish slavery
  • in lands gained
  • from Mexico

22
Compromise of 1850
dont forget about the Fugitive Slave Act
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On the eve of Secession
  • the failure of popular sovereignty set the stage
    for the Civil War
  • the Kansas-Nebraska Act gave birth
    to Bleeding Kansas
  • Dred Scott case upset abolitionists by taking
    away African American citizenship claims
  • John Browns Raid fired up the pro-slave South
    and resulted in the martyrdom of Brown in the
    North

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Civil War Advantages
  • ?military tradition and leadership ?
  • ? economic stability ?
  • ? population ?
  • ? functioning railroads ?
  • ? industrial output ?

Union Union Union Union Union
South South South South South
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Civil War People
  • Jefferson Davis
  • Ulysses Grant
  • Stonewall Jackson
  • Robert E. Lee
  • William T. Sherman
  • Union General that finally managed to overwhelm
    the Confederacy
  • Confederate General who used less men and less
    resources to achieve some surprising results
  • President of the Confederate States of America
  • Union General responsible for the destructive and
    infamous March to the Sea through Georgia
  • Confederate General whose refusal to back down
    provided an inspiration to overmatched
    Confederate soldiers

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Civil War Places
  • Fort Sumter
  • Antietam
  • Vicksburg
  • Gettysburg
  • Atlanta
  • Charleston, SC fight that started the Civil War
    and sent the final four states into the
    Confederacy
  • Northern Virginia battle that is remembered as
    the unfortunate bloodiest day of the Civil War
  • Ulysses S. Grant total war victory here allowed
    him to split the South with his control over the
    Mississippi River
  • Robert E. Lees attempt to take the fight to the
    North, ended in a disappointing three day battle
    in this Pennsylvania town
  • William Tecumseh Shermans destructive victory
    here sent his south thru Georgia and guaranteed
    Lincolns reelection

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Abraham Lincoln
  • When the Civil War opened, Abraham Lincoln said
    from the very beginning that his job was simply
    to _______ __ _______. In order to maintain order
    in border states, Lincoln used emergency powers
    to suspend ________ _______, meaning that he
    could imprison anyone endangering the Union.
  • During the war, Lincoln issued the ___________
    ___________ which did not do as much as people
    think to free the slaves. After the famous
    Pennsylvania battle, Lincoln delivered the short
    but effective ______ ________, solidifying the
    cause of the Union to fight for abolition and
    connecting Americans to the past generations from
    four score and seven years earlier. After
    winning his reelection campaign in 1864, Lincoln
    outlines a plan for a peaceful end to the war
    with malice toward none, with charity for all
    in his second _________ ___________.

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Reconstruction Plans
  • Presidential Reconstruction
  • or
  • Forgive the South
  • They never seceded
  • We need to heal and move forward together
  • Radical Republican Reconstruction
  • or
  • Punish the South
  • They are conquered
  • We need to change the habits of the South

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Reconstruction Effects
  • Two Truths A Lie
  • The biggest plantations were divided up and the
    land was distributed to former slaves
  • Morehouse College was founded during
    Reconstruction for African American men
  • The Freedmens Bureau supported schools,
    hospitals, homes and food for former slaves

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Constitutional Reconstruction
  • 13th Amendment?
  • 14th Amendment?
  • 15th Amendment?
  • Created an income tax
  • Protected rights of African Americans to have
    access to vote
  • Legalized separate but equal segregation
  • Abolished slavery
  • Guaranteed rights of citizenship to African
    Americans

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Resisting Reconstruction
  • Replaced the plantation, with the landowner
    allows a worker to use his land in return for a
    share of the crop produced
  • ______________________
  • State or local laws that enforced different
    expectations for African Americans, like curfews,
    worker restrictions, etc.
  • ______________________
  • Founded in 1866 to restore the political and
    social superiority of whites in the South
  • ______________________
  • Separate but equal status for African
    Americans, laws that legalized segregation
  • ______________________

32
Andrew Johnson
  • Competed with a Republican-controlled Congress
    that really didnt like him
  • (just like Bill Clinton about 130 years later)
  • Impeached by the House of Representatives
  • (just like Bill Clinton about 130 years later)
  • Not convicted, so he kept his job
  • (just like Bill Clinton about 130 years later)

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