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Manifest Destiny. The Great Nation. Jefferson v. Madison The agrarian republic The commercial power Expansion either way . Race as a Social System. “The Other” as inferior economic subordination dehumanization of “colored races” racial slurs (still Biblically based)

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The great nation
The Great Nation

  • Jefferson v. Madison

  • The agrarian republic

  • The commercial power

  • Expansion either way


Race as a social system
Race as a Social System

  • “The Other” as inferior

  • economic subordination

  • dehumanization of “colored races”

  • racial slurs (still Biblically based)

  • enforcement of systems of deference


Race as a social system1
Race as a Social System

  • White Racial Identity

    unifies European immigrants as “White”

Anti immigrant cartoon


Manifest destiny1
Manifest Destiny

  • Three elements of American Destiny in the world.

    • Christianize

    • Capitalize

    • Civilize

James Monroe,

Monroe Doctrine



Early immigrants
Early Immigrants

  • Religious & Economic Refugees

  • Urban labor force

  • Promote territorial expansion

BroadWay, 1836


Land cessions 1784 1810
Land Cessions 1784-1810

  • Ceded by 1784

  • Ceded between 1784-1810


Nw territory 1785
NW Territory 1785

  • Regulating White-Native Contact

    • Only Federal government can buy land

  • “Indian Country” north of Ohio River


Township
Township

  • Precision measurement

  • Funding education

  • Homesteading


Tecumseh tenskwatawa
Tecumseh Tenskwatawa

  • warrior chief

  • pan-Indian Unity

  • recovered alcoholic

  • religious/cultural revival


1st pan indian movement
1st Pan-Indian Movement

  • Ojibwe, Winnebago, Potawatomi, Miami, Ottawa, Sauk, Fox, Iowa, Osage, Shawnee, Quapaw, Creek supporters.

  • Cherokee, Chicasaw, Creek, Coctaw refuse


The indian nation
The Indian Nation

Side w/ British war of 1812

Prophet’s influence

Tecumseh’s travels

Battles

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