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Transcript: Foreign Relations (1817-1823) America wanted to soothe relations with other world powers, especially those with land in the Americas. The Rush-Bagot Agreement aided peace between the US and British navies in the Great Lakes. Spanish relations were tenser, with the First Seminole War, but the Spaniards needed their military in Europe and South America. They realized that this meant they could not control the Seminoles and agreed to give East Florida to the US, in the Adams-Onis Treaty. As desire for freedom and unification in South America grew, President Monroe decided the US needed to support its neighbors and protect itself. Monroe issued the Monroe Doctrine, guaranteeing that the US would leave the South American colonies alone if the European powers did not try to retake their previous colonies or make more. Two Revolutions (1780s-1830s) The first major revolution was the Industrial Revolution, diffused to America from Britain. The Industrial Revolution was based on the switch from hand-made individual products to machine-made products made in mass quantities. This allowed more goods to be produced at once, so every business could increase its customer size. The new transportation system added on to this success, booming the economy. Next was the Transportation Revolution. Canals and railroads decreased shipping time and cost while creating the first national market. This led to city growth along canals, like New York City by the Erie Canal, as well as a major growth in the economy. Missouri Compromise (1820) In theory, the US was open to expansion and to receiving new land. In actuality, the north wanted more free states while the south wanted more slave states. Both hoped to tip the power in their favor. This was an issue when the Missouri territory applies to become a state of America. Henry Clay made a deal to appease both sides: admit Missouri as a slave state as well as Maine as a free state. Indian Removal Act (1830) From the beginning of colonization, Americans and American Indians experienced difficulty in cohabitating. Americans viewed the Indians as ‘savages’ who were unable to civilize and the American Indians could not comprehend the Americans’ system of selling, taking, and trading land, which they considered too religiously valuable to buy or sell. Many Indians became civilized and the Americans promised to leave the Indians’ land alone, until the Americans went back on their word. The Indian Removal Act was passed to relocate the Indians in Georgia to Oklahoma (modern-day). When the Indians resisted, they were forced to march 800 miles in harsh conditions. 4,000 of the 18,000 died along the way. This is viewed as a very dark mark in the history of the US. Whig Party (1834) This time period had been called ‘The Era of Good Feeling’ because of the political unity. However, after President Andrew Jackson made controversial tariffs, appointed pet banks, and contributed to the Panic of 1837, many Americans were not willing to stand behind him. This led to the creation of the Whigs, named after a previous British party who had resented the King’s power. This party called Jackson, “King Andrew” because he taxed the people (the tariffs), used his power to help his friends (pet banks), and seemed to pay too little attention (Panic of 1837). They nominated William Henry Harrison, a people’s man, who won by a landslide. Cultural Reforms (1790s-1840s) The Second Great Awakening started what appeared to be ‘the trend’ of cultural reforms. Many Americans searched for religious connection through revivals, which allowed individuals and society to reach perfection through closeness with God. During this time, denominations formed. Mormons and Shakers, fairly extreme religions, formed. These religions created utopias, religious communities of strict moral and social code. The next movement was Transcendentalism, which relied on avoiding material objects and living a basic life to reach a higher knowledge level. Both of these movements aided in the development of prohibition. Alcohol was seen as the cause of criminal behavior, leading many religious persons, especially women, to hope for its banishment. Women next stepped up to reform education. Public education grew so more children, even girls could go to school and so children could reach a higher level of education. Then, in the mid-1800s, women worked to successfully reform mental institutions, prisons, and poor-houses. This time was a time of great social change. Abolition (1830s-) Northern states were already free, but southern states remained strongly supportive of slavery. The farmers knew that slaves allowed them to make great money by saving on employee wages and because slaves were hard workers, meaning they helped increase product. During this time, many northerners, black and white, worked to spread the message of freedom for all. They argued that the Declaration of Independence and the Bible stressed equality, that slavery was a crime, and


Transcript: INTERACTIVE TIMELINE 1830 1810 1840 The election of 1832 was between Henry Clay and Andrew Jackson. Clay created a strategy to gain support in the campaign, but his plan backfired. People supported Jackson's veto of the bank charter bill. In 1830 Congress passed the Indian Removal Act. It allowed the federal government to pay Native Americans to move west. Jackson sent officials to negotiate treaties with the Native Americans. Congress created the Indian Territory in 1834 for these Native Americans. ELECTION OF 1840 TRAIL OF TEARS 1850 The election of 1828 was between the Democratic-Republicans (Supporters of Jackson) and the National Republicans (Supporters of Adams). In their campaigns, both parties resorted to a new tactic, mudslinging. Through all their efforts, Jackson won the election in a landslide. In 1835, the federal government persuaded a few Cherokee to sign a treaty giving up their people's land. The other Cherokee didn't honor the treaty, and pleaded to the people of the United States for understanding. Jackson, however forced them out of their land by sending federal troops. The Cherokee began to call their forced journey West the Trail Where They Cried. ELECTION OF 1828 INDIAN REMOVAL ACT In the election of 1840, the country was still in a depression. The Whigs hoped to beat Van Buren, so they sent William Henry Harrison (Who was best known for dying) and John Tyler for their candidates. Harrison won the election due to his fame from the Battle of Tippecanoe. After Harrison died, Tyler succeeded him, being the first vice president to gain presidency because the elected president died in office. ELECTION OF 1832

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Transcript: (Editorial) 1921 1929 1914 Spanish - American War (Vechten) The United States' Apollo 11 was the first manned mission to land on the Moon, on July 20th. I find the Harlem renaissance to be the most interesting topic discussed. The cotton club was just one of the many hot spots where people could go to enjoy the jazz performances put on by talent black musicians. The influence of music and art is still around today and will continue to have a lasting effect. (Wormser) Lochner vs. New York James Weldon Johnson becomes the leader of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People *JC I love World War 1. Even though it is a war. Learning about the World Wars- especially the first one is very important. If we look at the world today, we see that the countries who fought together in the world wars are still allies today. I also just find it very interesting to learn about. 1890-1970 United States Supreme Court upheld Louisiana's law The famous newspaper editorial, Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus, is published by The New York Sun 1941 Civil rights activist Rosa Parks refused to surrender her bus seat to a white passenger, spurring the Montgomery boycott and other efforts to end segregation 1925 cont... World's Fair: Chicago started by Pullman workers with the intention of improving working conditions The first large scale polio vaccination begins for children 1892 1901 (Lawrence) 1969 The brotherhood of sleeping car porters was established. 1920 Montreal AAA's win the first ever Stanley Cup Championship Grand ole opry has first radio broadcast. This eventually leads to Fireside Chats. 1954 Ashley's Favorite Topic 1894 World War 1 begins after the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand 1917 (The Library of Congress) 1905 1945 (Leffler) Billy Strayhorn at the Cotton Club (Gottlieb) by Jessica Castro and Ashley Vedral Ellis Island becomes designated immigration station for the USA Theodore Roosevelt wins the Nobel Peace Prize NHL The Cold War begins. The Cold War is the name given to the relationship that developed primarily between the USA and the USSR after World War Two. The Cold War was to dominate international affairs for decades and many major crises occurred. Fidel Castro becomes Cuban Prime Minister. Castro's government established covert military and economic relations with the Soviet Union, leading to the Cuban Missile Crisis. He served as prime minister until 1976, when he became president of Cuba World War One ends when the Treaty of Versailles is signed 1933 1955 (Roosevelt) The Fifty star American flag is introduced. The 50-star flag was ordered by President Eisenhower on August 21, 1959 and was adopted in July 1960. It is the longest-used version of the U.S. flag and has been in use for over 55 years Homer A. Plessy arrested for sitting on a "White Only" train car 1919 *AV signifies the end of Ashley's contributions *JC signifies the end of Jessica's contributions William McKinley becomes the 25th president of the United States The 19th amendment is added to the constitution allowing women the right to vote. The Cotton Club Opens. The Cotton Club was an essential part of the Harlem nightlife in New York City during the 1920s. Black musicians and dancers would perform for white people. Jazz music and illegal drinking was what made this club popular. (Spanish American War) (Ellis Island History) (Google Images) 1898 1963 Pullman Strike This is said to be the starting point of the war even though "the seeds of the devastating conflict had been planted long before..." (Wormser) US Supreme Court rules that setting maximum working hours is unconstitutional "Speak softly and carry a big stick," Theodore Roosevelt, VP, on foreign policy. (Hyland) Germany surrenders in World War II. German High Command, in the person of General Alfred Jodl, signs the unconditional surrender of all German forces, East and West, at Reims, in northwestern France. William McKinley assasinated (Zinn) Interactive Timeline 1959 *AV (Brendel) Franklin D. Roosevelt is inaugurated for the first time. "We have nothing to fear but fear itself,” Plessy vs. Ferguson Theodore Roosevelt becomes president "The Plessy decision set the precedent that separate facilities for blacks and whites were constitutional as long as they were equal." The monkey trial begins with John Thomas Scopes, a young high school science teacher, accused of teaching evolution in violation of a Tennessee state law. 1897 1925 Stars and Stripes Forever The stock market crashes on October 29th, 1929 1890 The civil rights march on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Attended by some 250,000 people, it was the largest demonstration ever seen in the nation's capital, and one of the first to have extensive television coverage. Dr. Martin Luther King gave his famous “I have a dream” speech. Begins in April of 1897 with the

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Transcript: 1607 James I Settlers were not producing a sufficient supply of corn and other food, so they were starving Settlers were looking to make money quickly and then return to their homes in England 1619 James I The House of Burgesses was established The House of Burgesses was established with the purpose of creating legislation for the colony George Yeardly was the governor of the Virginia colony and could overrule actions of the House of Burgesses The first African Americans were sent to Jamestown 1620 James I 1630 Charles I Settlement was established in Massachusetts bay The town of Boston was established 1692 William III Massachusetts became a Royal Colony (1691) 1730 George II 1754 George II 1763 George III 1775 George III The intolerable acts outraged the colonists causing political and social unrest George Washington was appointed general of the continental army George Washington later became president 1776 George III This meant that Britain had to fight in war on both hemispheres 1781 George III Did not receive freedom until 5 years later 1785 George III Because of trade restrictions, New England threatened to leave the Union if they were not addressed and dealt with. California became 31st State Clayton- Bulwer Treaty 1800 The charter of 1691 combined Maine and the Plymouth colony to create the Massachusetts Bay Colony George IV James Monroe France supporting America brought difficulty to Britain Alexandrina Victoria Millard Fillmore The settlers established a theocratic government Foreshadowed the political power of the country 1803 Cherokee Treaty U.S. declared war on England because of trade restrictions Nationalism was Increased in America The Salem witch trials began with a few girls experimenting with a "crystal ball" reading Jefferson defeated Adams in election 1824 Boston had a strong "puritan ethic" Monroe creates a foreign policy which modern policies are still based off of. The Monroe Doctrine stated that no other power, European or otherwise, was allowed to colonize North America, which had to be said since they were still eying it. 1824 Texas Annexation The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson Utah War was solved through negotiations without battles The Republic of Texas was dissolved Maine was admitted into the Union 1845 U.S. War Department creates the Bureau of Indian Affairs New England gained another state, making it all together stronger, along with the rest of the North. George IV John Quincy Adams 1620 The Articles of Confederation gave the individual states a great deal of political power The British surrendered at the Battle of Yorktown War of 1812 U.S capitol is moved to Washington D.C Jackson received the popular vote, but not the EC majority to win, which caused people to be upset. Another slave state strengthened the southern economy, causing them to be more powerful. 1859 Sir William Phips established a court of Oyer and Terminer to deal solely with the Salem witch trials The Intolerable acts led the colonists to revolt 1845 Monroe Doctrine The British war debts forced the colonists to pay a great deal of taxes which hurt the economy 1800 1820 The United States expands territory to the South and West The United States adopted the Constitution Led into an economic depression Treaty of Paris ended the French and Indian War Ohio is admitted to the Union Was a significant anti-slavery movement Mormon settlements in Utah territories start the Utah war against the United States Government The Plymouth colony was established Cody Randlett, Emily Strawbridge, Jacob Adkins, Nick Czumak, Jillian Becker 1781 Martin Van Buren won the election as a democrat with the help of former president Andrew Jackson. The natives and the Americans traded goods helping the economies of both 1823 Alexandrina Victoria John Tyler Caused people to become scared economically Expanded the United States into the Great Lakes The Articles of Confederation were signed Democrats and Republicans were formed Van Buren created an independent treasury system to help with the depression. "Join or Die" political cartoon was printed Baltimore began a shipping port The United States adopted the dollar 1812 The use of paper money increased the amount of goods purchased Florida and Texas become the 27th and 28th state respectively The British lost a great deal of money 1630 Napoleon’s defeat in Russia George III The Utah War Started Northwest Ordinance African Americans were a source of cheap labor and increased production, which helped the economy The Gadsen Purchase became finalized The Declaration of Independence was a great political and social milestone in becoming independent from Britain 1776 Baltimore was established in the colony of Maryland Colonies gained support of King Louis XVI of France George III James Madison The Kansas- Nebraska Act was passed 1787 Northwest states prohibited slavery 1775 Beavers and the Bible were extremely important to the culture of the settlers Colonists were

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