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Expansion and reform 1801 - 1861. We are a nation !!. Growing Up : Expanding and Reforming the United States. Jan 2, 2014. Concepts to know.  Leadership.  E x p a n s i o n.  Innovation.  Reform.  Regions. Vocabulary.

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Expansion and reform 1801 1861

Expansion and reform1801 - 1861

We are a nation !!

Growing Up:

Expanding and Reforming

the United States

Jan 2, 2014


Concepts to know

Concepts to know

 Leadership

  • E x p a n s i o n

 Innovation

 Reform

 Regions


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • manifest destiny: (n) historical expansionist doctrine

  • reform: (n): reorganization and improvement, change

  • (v): improve something by removing faults or

  • unacceptable habits

  • 3. abolition: (n): the act of outlawing something, (ie) the ending of slavery


More vocabulary

More Vocabulary

  • Assimilation (n) : the act of becoming a part of something, such as becoming part of a group

  • cession: (n) the giving up or yielding of something such as land, or a right, etc.

  • doctrine: (n): a rule or principle that forms the basis of a belief, theory, or policy


And more vocabulary

And More Vocabulary

  • foreign(n) : of another country other than your own

  • domestic: (n) relating to home country and the nation’s internal happenings, ex: elections, politics, etc.


People to know

People to know

  • John Adams: Threats to American ships on the seas.

  • James Madison:Threats to American ships on the seas.

  • Thomas Jefferson: The Louisiana Purchase

  • James Monroe:the support of new Latin American countries

  • 5. Andrew Jackson: Indian removal, nullification issue,

  • national bank


The issues

The issues

  • How did the following issues affect the U.S. and North Carolina

  • Early presidential decisions

  • Innovation and technology…agriculture & expansion

  • 3. Westward movement & the Second Great Awakening

  • 4. Regional difference in the U.S. and North Carolina…sectionalism


Questions to answer

Questions to answer

  • How did Presidential decisions impact significant events in US history?

  • 2. How do innovation and competition impact economic growth?

  • 3. In what ways can citizen action instigate change?

  • 4. How did regional differences lead to sectionalism?


The end

The end……

  • For now


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