The party was formed by Alexander Hamilton who had a lose interpretation of the constitution.
Jefferson believed in strict construction, Jackson was an anti federalist and opposed the national bank
Jefferson was the first democratic republican
all citizens have a say
political party which opposed Andrew Jackson
No nothing Party
a nativist group which opposed immigrant groups
opposing the expansion of slavery
John Quincy Adams; the previous years had seen a one party government.
Adams B. Jefferson, Jefferson became the vice president of Adams
Jefferson beats adams, end of federalist party.
Marbury vs Madison
was aUnited States Supreme Court case resulting from the rebellion of slaves on board the Spanish schooner Amistad in 1839.
Dred Scott V. Sanford
people of African descent imported into the United States and held as slaves whether or not they were slaves were not protected by the Constitution and could never be U.S. citizens.
Plessy Vs. Fergusson
Seperate but equal
McCulloch V. Maryland
reinforced implied powers and states cant impede the federal government.
Gibbons V. Ogden
Constitution gives congress the right to regulate interstate commerce.
Dartmouth College V. Woodward
applied contract clause to corporate
Worecester V. Virginia
Cherokee Nation V Georgia
there was no original jurisdiction because they were independent.
Charles River Bridge
obligation of contract
east coast of US, territory of Britain
36 30 line
the line drawn for the Missouri compromise
54 4o line
a dispute over territory in Oregon caused fight slogans like "54 40 or fight!" Americans believed the territory was their right because of manifest destiny.
Its use as the international border is a result of the Anglo-American Convention of 1818 and the Oregon Treaty of 1846.
Rio Grande River
gained from Mexico
gained from Guadalupe Hidalgo
trappers wanted beaver fur
final battle of the war of 1812
thomas jefferson, expanded size of US
gained from the treaty of paris
proclamation line of 1763
feature of the Oregon trail
first major highway
albany plan of the union
proposed by Benjamin Franklin at the Albany congress of representatives. states join or die
Second Great Awakening
100 years after the first, influenced women to move forward with the abolition of slavery.
John Brown's Raid
an attempt by white abolitionist John Brown to start an armed slave revolt by seizing a United States Arsenal at Harpers Ferry in Virginia
Execution of John Brown
a euphemism for slavery
Banished and sent to Rhode Island, Puritan
Adams strain between US and France
Was in a duel with Hamilton, killed Hamilton
Peggy Eaton Affair
A wife of one of Jackson's advisers a strain in the jackson administration.
First clash of the American Revolution
scandal during Grant administration involving railroad
impeachment of johnson
1868 after he replaced secretary of war
deceleration of sentiments. of rights of men and women
Panics of 1819,1837, 1873
domestic responses to economic crisis
1700s religious revival edwards and whitefield
Boston Tea Party
led by sam adams, sons of liberty
In Kansas, vote to be free or slave
was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution.All but two of the Texian defenders were killed.
Mexican -American War
The Mexican–American War was an armed conflict between the United States and Mexico from 1846 to 1848 in the wake of the 1845 U.S. annexation of Texas
a sectional war between the states after the cession of south carolina.
mistreated veterans of the revolitionary war
pirates from north africa of the barbary coast
War of 1812
desire of US expansion between US and Britain
States wanted to declare states unconstitutional
Lexington and Concord
the first military engagements of the revolutionary war
two related entanglements of the revolutionary war
decided the fate of the British in the Revolutionary war
decisive victory for the US
an early battle of the war of 1812
The British Army occupied Washington, D.C. and set fire to many public buildings
final major battle of war of 1812
a 20-day siege of the key Mexican seaport of Veracruz, during the Mexican-American War.
capital of mexico
first major battle of the civil war
was another first major battle of the civil war
P. G. T. Beauregard launched a surprise attack on Grant there. The Confederates achieved considerable success on the first day, but were ultimately defeated on the second day.
largest number of casualties in the civil war in one day
was the final major military action in the Vicksburg Campaign of the American Civil War.
Britain neglected interest with the US
Treaty of Paris 1763
ended french and indian war
ended american revolutionary war
Washington's farewell address
warned against foreign entanglements,
increased trade between the countries
established friendship between the US and Spain
Treaty of Ghent
The treaty released all prisoners and restored all war lands and boats, resulting in several changes. Returned to the United States were approximately 10,000,000 acres
American laws restricting American ships from engaging in foreign trade
Macon's Bill No. 2
intended to motivate Britain and France to stop seizing American vessels during the Napoleonic Wars.
Rush Bagot Treaty
The treaty provided for a large demilitarization of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain, where many British naval arrangements and forts still remained.
Adams Onis Treaty
between the United States and Spain in 1819 that gave Florida to the U.S.
1846 Treaty with Britain
Treaty of Guadalupe
recieved colorado, california, arizona, new mexico
Britain could not be involved with the US' affairs
the idea that it was the us' destiny to expand from sea to sea
articles of confederation
specified how the US government was supposed to operate
first intended to revise the articles of confederation
Bill of Rights
the first ten amendments
New Jersey Plan
state representation of congress wouldn't be based on population
Slaves equaled 3/5 of a person in the congressional count
the process of removing a president from office
The Virginia Plan
representation based on population
The Great Compromise
results in us senate and house of representatives
trade from slaves from Africa sold to parts of north and south america
85 articles advocating the ratification of the constitution.
Is the approval of the constitution
Checks and Balances
president can veto, congress can overide
sole authority and responsibility for the daily administration of the statebureaucracy.
pass, amend, and repeal laws
interprets and applies the laws
life, liberty, and property
restricted the use of foreign shipping
organize Great Britain's new North American empire and to stabilize relations with Native North Americans through regulation of trade, settlement, and land purchases on the western frontier.
A tax in the colonies
tax on written documents
repealed the stamp act
raise revenues in the colonies
the acts triggered outrage in the colonies
Judiciary Act of 1789
"judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court,"
raise money through the sale of land in the largely unmapped territory west of the original states acquired at the 1783 (Treaty of Paris)
the creation of the Northwest Territory as the first organized territory of the United States out of the region south of the Great Lakes, north and west of the Ohio River, and east of the Mississippi River.
Bank of the US
A centralized national bank proposed by Hamilton
Alien and sedition Acts
against immigrants who would support jefferson
Virginia and Kentucky resolutions
did not abide by the alien and sedition acts
the regulation of slavery in the western territories
1828 tariff of abominations
protect industries in the northern United States which were being driven out of business by low-priced imported goodsby putting a tax on them.
reduced tariffs to remedy the conflict created by the tariff of 1828
expands presidential power
Compromise of 1850
avoided secession or civil war at the time and reduced sectional conflict for four years.
Kansas Nebraska Act
Process of Reconstruction
Birth of a nation, KKK,
requested President James K. Polk to provide Congress with the exact location (the "spot") upon which blood was spilt on American soil, as Polk had claimed in 1846 when asking Congress to declare war on Mexico.
1882 Exclusion Act
exclusion of Chinese immigrants
Morrill Land Grant
pass of land grant colleges
Sherman anti trust act
trust busting act clay is stronger
settler from the old world, arrogant attitude towards colonists forced them to work to eat
married John Rolfe was an indian princess, moved to the old world
Pocahontas' father, chief
taught settlers how to farm
founder of the territory of Pennsylvania
governor of Virginia
founder of the massachusetts bay colony
Salem Witch Trials
An Ottawa leader during the Pontiac rebellion.
King of Great Britain
led Britain during the seven years war
was dismissed by George III, involved the stamp act in the colonies
Led the movement of independence in Virginia during the 1700s.
diest, strict constructionist
general during the french and indian war, first president
Diest, scientist, involved in the enlightenment and reason
George Washington's vice president, defended the boston masscare soldiers
John Adams wife
leader of the sons of liberty, cousin to john adams
A british general
British General in the seven years war
surrendered at the battle of YorkTown
traitor in american revolutionary war
solider for the continental army
wrote common sense
federalist, proposed national bank, killed in a duel with Aaron Burr
fourth president, new republic needed checks and balances
first american flyer to die in world war I
cheif justice of the US
mayor of albany
american explorer of the louisiana purchase
american explorer of the louisiana purchase
developed the first steam boat
aided the exploration in the lewis and clark exploration
native american leader of the shawnee tribe
Francis Scott Key
star spangled banner
American essayist and poet
Edgar Allen Poe
the raven, tale tale heart
served in the war of 1812
delegate for maryland in the continental congress
opposed national bank, trail of tears
John Q adams
6th president, son of John Adams
influential whig leader
from south carolina, nullification
represented kentucky in the senate and house
Martin Van Buren
first president not of British descent, 8th presdient
american slave who led a rebellion
exposed treatments in mental hospitals
american educator reformer
William Lloyd Garrison
anti american slavery
became leader of the abolitionist movement.
Hariet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Grimke Sister
women's rights, abolitionists
Firs american "feminist"
Seneca falls, women's rights
Founder of mormonism
first candidate of the anti slavery movement
54 40 or fight
comanche war chief
mexican american war
lost to lincoln
delievered the majority opinion in dred scott v sanford
16th president, civil war, assaisnated
leader of the confederacy
worked closely with Lincoln
an american politician from Georgia
defender of southern rights
most powerful leader of the house of reps
major general during the civil war
General in the union army
documented the civil war
Robert E. lee
general in the civil war
Bartolome de las casas
spoke against indian death
in the hands of an angry god
governor of newmexico
first person shot to death in the boston masscare
triangle shirtwaist factory fire
beat man with the cane
homestead strike, steel
alexander grahm bell
survival of the fittest
huck finn, writer, satire
meat inspection act, food and drug act
Helen Hunt Jackson
improved treatment of native americans
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