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Road To The Civil War
Transcript of Road To The Civil War
The Louisiana Purchase 1803 was a land deal between The United States and France,in which the U.S. acquired approximately eight hundred and Twenty seven thousand square miles.Of land West of the Mississippi river for $15 Million.
Lewis & Clark
The War 1812-The Star Spangled banner
The Cotton Gin is a device for removing the seeds from cotton fiber. Such machines have been around for centuries. Eli Whitney invented his first machine in 1793, and it was the first to clean short-staple cotton. This device could produce up to fifty pounds of cleaned cotton in a day.
Road To The Civil War
By: Lauren & Mackenna
The Bill Of Rights
The bill of rights is the collective name for the first amendments to the United States Constitution. The first ten amendments to the Constitution make up the Bill Of Rights. Written by James Madison in response to call from several states for greater Constitutional protection for individual liberties,The Bill of Rights Lists specific prohibitions on governmental power.
The Lewis and Clark Expedition ,also known as the corps discovery expedition,was the first American expedition to cross what is now the western portion of the United States, departing in May 1804, from near St.Louis making their way westward through the continental divide to the Pacific coast.
At the onset of the war of 1812,Key had a successful practice in Georgetown.His famous, ''the star spangled banner'' was written following the British attack in Chesapeake Bay in the summer of 1814.
The Missouri compromise
The Missouri compromise was an effort by congress to defuse the sectional and Political rivalries triggered by the request of mi for Missouri late in 1819 admission as a state in which slavery would be permitted. At the time, the United States contained twenty-two states, evenly divided between slave and free.
The Monroe Doctrine
The Monroe Doctrine was a U.S foreign policy regarding Domination of the American continent in 1823. It stated that further efforts by European Nations to colonize land of infer with sates in north and south America would be viewed as acts of aggression, requiring the U.S intervention.
The Erie Canal
The Erie Canal was America's most successful and influential public works project built between 1817 and 1825, 363 miles- long canal was '' the first all - water link between the Atlantic sea board and great lakes. New york government.
The Indian Removal act
The route along Which the United States government forced several tribes of Native Americans, including the Cherokees, Seminoles, Chickasaws, Choctaws and creeks, to migrate reservations west of the Mississippi river over the course of thirty years.
Independence The Alamo
The trail of tears
The Texas declaration of independence was the form of declaration of independence of the republic of Texas from Mexico in in the Texas Revolution. It was adopted at the convention of 1836, and formally signed the following day after mistakes were noted in the text.
The Trail of tears was a series of forced relocation of Native Americans nations in the United States Following the indians removal act of 1830 the relocated people suffered from exposure, disease and situation while en route and more than died 100,000 before reaching their various destinations.
The Manifest Destiny
In the nineteenth century, Manifest Destiny was a widely held belief in the United States That American settlers here destined to expand throughout the continent, historian Fredrick Merck says this concept was born out of '' a sense of mission'' to redeem the old world by night for example.
The Mexican War
When war broke out against Mexico in May 1846, the United States Army numbered a mere 8,000, but soon 60,000 volunteers joined their ranks. The AMERICAN NAVY dominated the sea. The American government provided stable, capable leadership. The economy of the expanding United States far surpassed that of the fledgling Mexican state. Morale was on the American side. The war was a rout.
The Women's Rights Convention
The Women's right convention was an annual series of meetings that increased the visibility of the early women's right movement in the United States. First held in Worcester, Massachusetts the national women's right convention combined both male and female leadership.
QUOTES ABOUT THE BILL OF RIGHTS
''Any Society that will give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.'' Benjamin Franklin
"The right to be let alone is the underlying
principle of the Constitution's Bill Of Rights."
Erwin Gris wold
Quiz about the bill of rights
which right isn't guaranteed in the first amendment ?
FREEDOM TO BEAR ARMS
The 10Th right deals with
the relationship between ?
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE STATES.
Question' about the Louisiana Purchase
Questions about Louis and Clark
Who is Meriwether Lewis and Clark
''The Cotton Gin changed America.''
''Colored people are scared of white folks
they claim to love the cotton gin.''
QUIZ ABOT THE COTTEN GIN
What did Eli Whitney make after he made the cotton gin?
Eli Whitney made work go how much faster?
10 TIMES FASTER
How much was the Louisiana Purchase?
who bought the Louisiana territory
President Thomas Jefferson
An American Explore
Cotton Gin Quotes
The Louisiana Purchase Quote
" On the acquisition of Louisiana in the year 1803, the attention of the government of the united states was early directed towards exploring and improving the new Territory."
What is the purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
Gold Discovered California Statehood
It was In California
Kansas/ Nebraska Act repeals Missouri Compromise