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Missouri Compromise: When did it take place? Who suggested it? What is it? What States entered the Union? Which one was free? Which one was slave? What was the dividing line? How long did it hold the country together? 1820. Henry Clay. Missouri was to be a slave state while Maine was to be a free state. The dividing line was 36° and 30°. Anything below it was a slave state, anything above it was a free state. Missouri was the exception.It held the country together for
Monroe Doctrine:When was it suggested? Who suggested it? What is it? Why was it suggested? 1823. James Monroe. Declared that the U.S opposed European interference in the Americas. Spain's colonies were fighting for independence.
McCulloch vs. Maryland: When did it take place? What did it state? 1819. It decided that Congress had the authority to establish the 2nd bank of the U.S.
Industrialization/ Transportation Revolution: What year was National Road funded? By 1835, how many steamboats traveled the nation? Who built Tom Thumb? 1806. More than 700. Peter Cooper.
North: From 1815-1860, how many immigrants came to America? Which political party was formed in 1854? What was their nickname? By 1860, how many people were factory workers? More than 5 million. The American Party aka The Know-Nothings. About 1.3 million.
South: What were major crops in the South? Which was the most important? What was invented in 1793? Who invented it? When did Congress outlaw the foreign slave trade? Cotton, Tabacco, Rice, Sugarcane. Cotton was most important. Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin in 1793. Foreign slave trade was banned in 1808.
The Rift Between The North and The South: Causes of the rift? South Carolina declared tariffs unconstitutional in 1832. Abolition drove the nation apart.
Pres. Jackson/ Pres. Martin Van Buren/ Trail of Tears: When was Jackson elected? Did he want the government to be more inclusive or exclusive? What did he dismantle? What Act did he sign in 1830? How many people died on the Trail of Tears? 1828. Inclusive. The Second Bank of America. Indian Removal Act. About 2,000.
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