What does this mean? "Just think, Mama! This sofa is a millionth part mine."
A young democrat to her parents as she romped on White House furniture during Jackson's inauguration, 1829
Nationalism: national pride, vision, and patriotism
U.S. Post- War of 1812
American System: Proposed by Henry Clay: consisted of three parts 1. Protective Tariff, 2. internal improvements, 3. renewal of the National Bank
Party strife decreased as Congressmen worked to follow policies that benefited the country as a whole.
Panic of 1819
1. Speculation: buying land with the intention of selling at
2. Wildcat banks recklessly loaned money
3. When demand for the land decreased both speculators
4. Price of goods fell sharply and country went into
Missouri Compromise US Territory Acquisition map
1. Missouri admitted as a slave state
Sectionalism divides country during election of 1824
Election of 1824
1. 4 favorite sons ran for the Presidency
What did we learn today?
Examine nationalism in America
Is speculation good or bad for a country?
Analyze the Missouri Compromise
Map of 1824: http://teachpol.tcnj.edu/amer_pol_hist/fi/0000007d.ht
National Road: http://www.callawayfamily.org/road.jpg
Tariff of Abominations: http://images.businessweek.com/ss/06/11/1109_economy/image/tariffofabominations.jpg
Second Bank of US: http://www.erikburd.org/pictures/philly/franklin/12100005.jpg
Territory Map: http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://genealogytrails.com/main/territoryacquisitions.jpg
Last Update: October 27, 2016
OK PASS Objectives
Content Standard 1: The student will analyze causes, key events, and effects of the Civil War / Reconstruction era.
1. Examine the economic and philosophical differences (e.g., sectionalism, popular sovereignty, states’ rights debate, nullification, abolition, and tariffs) between the North and South, as articulated by Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun
OK PASS Objectives
1. Examine the economic and philosophical differences (e.g.,
states’ rights debate,
between the North and South, as articulated by Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun