“Strains on National Unity”. Chapter 12 section 4. Era of Good Feelings. Federalists didn’t support the War 1812 Americans turn away from them Wherever Monroe goes he’s greeted by thousands So may New Englanders greet him Boston reports the beginning of “an Era of Good Feelings”’
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Chapter 12 section 4
New states south of the Northwest Territory -Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama allowed slavery
1819 Missouri requested to join the Union as a slave state
Missouri’s request divides the nation between north and south
Henry Clay fears sectionalism would tear the nation
Sectionalism-devotion to interests of one’s own section over those of the nation as a whole.
Clay convinced Congress to pass the Missouri Compromise in 1820
Missouri joins as a slave state
Maine joins as free
Banned slavery in the Louisiana Purchase north of latitude 36 degrees 30’
South – slavery was permitted