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Bell Ringer – 12/4/08. Name a good you use that is made with “mass production” Name a good that is uniquely created. What was the Missouri Compromise?. Group Assignment. Required (for full credit) Research your topic & be prepared to explain information to the class

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bell ringer 12 4 08
Bell Ringer – 12/4/08
  • Name a good you use that is made with “mass production”
  • Name a good that is uniquely created.
  • What was the Missouri Compromise?
group assignment

Group Assignment

Required (for full credit)

Research your topic & be prepared to explain information to the class

Poster (colorful, titled, explanatory)

½ typed of notes or summary for the class

2 minute presentation

topics
Topics
  • Cherokee/Trail of Tears
  • Embargo Act of 1807
  • Lowell Girls
  • War of 1812
  • Southern life (for plantation owners or farmers)
  • Slave life in the South
president andrew jackson
President Andrew Jackson
  • Jackson elected 1828; claimed to stand for the economic well-being of American workers and farmers
  • Jackson & Democrats were criticized for slave power – to expand and strengthen slavery
trail of tears
Trail of Tears
  • Jackson wanted Indians removed “for their protection” and sent West.
  • In 1838 Cherokee Indian nations and other nations were forced to move West from North Carolina to present-day Oklahoma
the whig party
The Whig Party
  • Didn’t like Jackson’s policies and power, mocked him “King Andrew”
  • Supported by the growth of the new middle class during the 1800s
  • Whigs used the campaign “Tippecanoe & Tyler too” to get William Henry Harrison elected as president in 1840. He died one month after taking office.
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