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Nationalism v. Sectionalism

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Nationalism v. Sectionalism Topics
Nationalism
This term is defined as having loyalty to your nation as a whole. People who carry out nationalism based their actions off of benefiting their country as a whole.
Sectionalism
This term is defined as having loyalty to only a certain regions of the country. These people try any way to avoid having their state's power taken away,
American System
Who
- Created by Henry Clay
What
- The American System (an example of nationalism)
When
- Following the War of 1812
Where
- Benefited the east and improved growth in the south and west of America
Why
- This was created to encourage manufacturing and increase revenue in America. The goals of this system to have tax on imports, establish a national bank, and build transportation systems.
Steamboat
Who
- Invented by Robert Fulton
What
- The steamboat (an example of nationalism
When
- On August 17th, 1807
Where
- New York, U.S.A
Why
- This invention made trading on the water routes faster for ships travel across America.
Railroads
Erie Canal
Cotton Gin
Adams-Onis Treaty
Gibbons vs. Ogden
McCulloch vs. Maryland
Missouri Compromise
Who
- Original inventor was George Stephenson from Great Britain in 1814; but Colonel John Stevens considered the father of American railroads.
What
- A steam locomotive capable of pulling many passenger cars- a railroad (an example of nationalism)
When
- 1825
Where
- Hoboken, New Jersey
Why
- This invention allowed people to move to the west from the east way faster than by horse and carriage.
Who
- New York Governor DeWitt Clinton repeatedly encouraged the construction of this.
What
- The Erie Canal (an example of sectionalism)
When
- Built between 1817-1825
Where
- Runs from Albany, New York, across the Hudson River, to Buffalo, New York at Lake Erie.
Why
- This canal made trading faster for people so they do not have to go by land.
Who
- Invented by Eli Whitney
What
- The cotton gin (example of sectionalism)
When
- March 14th, 1794
Where
- Georgia, U.S.A
Why
- This invention made cotton production easier and faster. This resulted in needing more slaves to produce cotton so they can stay with the pace of the cotton gin.
Who
- A treaty singed by U.S. Secretary of State John Quincy Adams and Spanish minister Luis de Onis
What
- A treaty settling peace between border arguments between American and Spain.(example of sectionalism)
When
- 1819
Where
- Florida, U.S.A
Why
- American settlers started to expand down to the Florida Territory that was controlled by Spain. The problem was that the settlers refused to follow Spain's laws and rules. So Spain gave up Florida to the U.S.
Who
- Thomas Gibbons, a steamboat trader, sued Aaron Ogden, who had a steamboat monopoly business.
What
- The court case of Gibbons vs. Ogden (example of nationalism)
When
- 1824
Where
- New York, U.S.A
Why
- This court case extended the commerce clause in the U.S. Constitution and ruled that when there is a problem between the state and federal laws, the federal government side always wins.
Who
- The state of Maryland sued a worker of the Baltimore branch of the Bank of the United States, Andrew McCulloch.
What
- The court case of McCulloch vs. Maryland. (example of nationalism)
When
- 1819
Where
- Maryland, U.S.A
Why
- Andrew McCulloch refused to pay the tax Maryland put on everyone who lived in Maryland but did business with an out-of-state bank. This case ruled that the state did not have the power to tax the federal government.
Who
- Proposed by Henry Clay
What
- The Missouri Compromise (an example of nationalism)
When
- 1820
Where
- Created in the United States Congress
Why
- This compromise entered Missouri as a slave state in the Union and Main as a free state. It also divided the Louisiana Territory into two parts- the northern part as free and southern part as slave.
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