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Chapter 9

A New National Identity

The canal that runs from Albany to Buffalo, New York; completed in 1825.
Henry Clay's plan for raising tariffs to pay for internal improvements such as better roads and canals.
An 1817 agreement that limited naval power on the Great Lakes for both the United States and British Canada.
An 1819 agreement in which Spain gave East Florida to the United States.
A period of peace, pride, and progress for the United States from 1815 to 1825.
A devotion to the interests of one geographic region over the interests of the country as a whole.
A sense of pride and devotion to a nation.
An 1820 agreement proposed by Henry Clay that allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state and Maine to enter as a free state and outlawed slavery in any territories or states north of 36 degrees 30 minutes latitude.
The first federal road project, construction of which began in 1815; ran from Cumberland, Maryland, to present-day Wheeling, West Virginia.
An agreement between the United States and Great Britain that settled fishing rights and established new North American borders.
President James Monroe's 1823 statement forbidding further colonization in the Americas and declaring that any attempt by a foreign country to colonize would be considered an act of hostility.
What plan was responsible for funding the Cumberland Road and the Erie Canal through tariffs?
You recently moved into land north of Missouri and you were told that you could not own slaves in that area. What law enforced this?
Who became the sixth President of the United States after his victory in the election of 1824?
You are transporting your goods from Baltimore, Maryland to Wheeling, Pennsylvania and you are excited to use the new road that was built by the national government. What is the name of this road?
What did the United States fear would happen after Latin American countries declared their independence from Spain?
What did the United States receive, thanks to the efforts of Secretary of State, John Quincy Adams?
What was one conflict between Spain and the United States?
What U.S. representative from Kentucky supported nationalism and the American System?
What state's application for statehood caused conflicts in the region over the issue of slavery?
What border was created at the Convention of 1818?
Why did most Americans support the fight for independence in Latin America?
What was unique about the election of 1824?
How would the United States handle any attempt by a European power to colonize or interfere in the Western Hemisphere?
What warning did the Monroe Doctrine give to European countries?
In the Adams-Onis treaty, what would the United States have to do to receive Florida from Spain?
For the past few years, the United States hasn't been at war, the economy is booming and you are extremely proud to call yourself an American. What time period do you live in?
You are more concerned about what is best for your area of the country than what is best for the country as a whole. What term could be used to describe your beliefs?
You are walking alongside your mule on the bank as it pulls your flatboat with a rope. You are bringing your grain from Albany to Buffalo, New York. What means of transportation are you taking?
What did both the United States and British Canada want access to on the Great Lakes?
Why did the First Seminole War begin?
Created by: Mr. Romaire