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Portfolio Part 1

End of Semester Portfolio Part 1

Reasons why American Colonists settled where they did
Why did the Anti-Federalists oppose the ratification of the Constitution in 1787? They opposed such a strong central government as the proposed constitution described.
Thomas Paine and Common Sense Common Sense was a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine, an immigrant who advocated strongly for American independence.
Declaration of Independence The 1776 document declaring independence from Britain.
A farmers protest in 1787 against increased state taxes.
In 1803, the U.S. purchased the Louisiana territory from France for $15 million.
A series of agreements between 1820 and 1821 that made Maine a free state and Missouri a slave state.
A compromise suggested by Henry Clay proposing California as a free state, newer more effective fugitive slave laws, and popular sovereignty. It was rejected.
The belief that the U.S. was destined to expand west to the Pacific Coast and into Mexican and Indian Land.
The North was more industrial and the South was more farmland and plantations.
Lincoln’s goal in the Civil War
A women's rights convention held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York
Reconstruction Period The Untied State's rebuilding period after the Civil War
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