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1817- 1825 Era of Good Feelings Ch.11 section 3. James Monroe President # 5. Warm – up . Read pages 115-116 ( blue workbook) Answer questions . After the war…. War of 1812 is over ( Treaty of Ghent) Effects of war Increase in Nationalism ( love, loyalty & pride for country)

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1817 1825 era of good feelings ch 11 section 3
1817- 1825

Era of Good Feelings Ch.11 section 3

James Monroe President # 5

warm up
Warm – up
  • Read pages 115-116 ( blue workbook)
  • Answer questions
after the war
After the war…
  • War of 1812 is over ( Treaty of Ghent)
  • Effects of war
    • Increase in Nationalism ( love, loyalty & pride for country)
    • Americans relied to much in foreign goods( imports)
    • They started producing their own goods
    • Increased in American Manufacture- Mostly on Northeast ( North) Region
era of good feelings progress
Era of good feelings & progress
  • 1815- Plan to make USA self-sufficient
    • American System: Country can grow & prosper by itself, without foreign products or markets
    • By Henry Clay
      • Protective tariffs
      • National Bank
      • Internal Improvements / Improve transportation

Do: Read on pages 354-355 create notes to explain each section of the American System.

american system
American System
  • 1815- Plan to make USA self-sufficient
    • American System: Country can grow & prosper by itself, without foreign products or markets
    • By Henry Clay
monroe the era of good feelings
Monroe & the Era of Good Feelings
  • 1816 – James Monroe elected president
  • Era of good Feelings
    • Love & pride for country
    • Political divisions disappeared
    • National unity
supreme court cases
Supreme Court Cases
  • During Monroe administration some Supreme Court decisions promoted national unity.
    • McCulloch V. Maryland
    • Gibbons V. Ogden

Do: Read on page 356 and create notes to explain these Supreme Court decisions. Answer the following questions in your notebook.

1. How did the Supreme Court decisions promote national unity?

2. How did the Supreme Court strengten the federal government?

supremacy or power of federal government over states government
Supremacy or Power of Federal government over states government
  • McCulloch V. Maryland
    • Congress power to create a National Bank

( Constitutionality of National Bank)

    • States could not tax federal government
  • Gibbons V. Ogden
    • Interstate commerce could only be regulated by the federal government, no the states government.
war is over but
War is over… but…
  • War is over, but there are still issues to resolve.
    • Settling national boundaries
      • With England/ Britain
      • With Spain
    • Sectionalism ( Sectional Tension)
    • Latin America Revolutions & Foreign relations
settling national boundaries with england
Settling National Boundaries with England
  • Convention of 1818
    • USA & Britain set the 49th parallel as the US- Canadian border as far west as the Rocky Mountains.
settling national boundaries with spain
Settling National Boundaries with Spain
  • Adams- Onis Treaty ( 1819)
    • Resolved border disputes between USA & Spain
    • Spain handed Florida to the USA
war is over but1
War is over… but…
  • War is over, but there are still issues to resolve.
    • Settling national boundaries
      • With England/ Britain
      • With Spain
    • Sectionalism ( Sectional Tension)
    • Latin America Revolutions & Foreign relations
sectionalism
Sectionalism
  • Nationalism VS Sectionalism
economic changes created division sectionalism
Economic Changes created division = Sectionalism
  • How did sectionalism help divide the country?
sectionalism missouri compromise
Sectionalism & Missouri Compromise
  • Sectionalism major issue when Missouri applied for statehood 1817
  • Adding Missouri as a slave state would upset the balance of power in Congress.
  • It divided the nation
missouri compromise
Missouri Compromise
  • Do as a class: Reading Notes - Page 358( Missouri Compromise)
  • Plan by Henry Clay ( 1820)
  • Missouri admitted as slave state
  • Maine admitted as free state
  • Keeping balance of power in Senate between free & slave states
  • Slavery banned from Louisiana Territory north of parallel 36 30’( Missouri’s southern border)
  • How did the Missouri Compromise resolve a conflict between the North & South?
missouri compromise1
Missouri Compromise
  • How did the Missouri Compromise resolve a conflict between the North & South?
war is over but2
War is over… but…
  • War is over, but there are still issues to resolve.
    • Settling national boundaries
      • With England/ Britain
      • With Spain
    • Sectionalism ( Sectional Tension)
    • Latin America Revolutions & Foreign relations
latin america revolutions foreign relations monroe doctrine
Latin America Revolutions & Foreign relationsMonroe Doctrine
  • 1820’s Latin America revolutions ( many Latin American countries fought for independence)
  • Monroe Doctrine (1823)
    • US response – statementbyPresident Monroe
    • WarningtoEuropeancountries
    • Americasclosedtofurthercolonization
    • USA promisedtostayout of Europeanafairs
    • US worldpower and protector of LatinAmerica
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