Nationalism and Sectionalism. Unit Three: Chapter 7. Let’s Review! . Past and future Presidents Significant Events. What sort of issues did we have before the war: after the war:. Establishing a gov’t Staying neutral B/t GB & FR Debt Growth…more land Taxes/Revenue War.
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First… a look into Lowell…
Rather be watching Sponge Bob…
Economic prosperity in 1815.
Republican party dominated politics, Federalists faded out of existence.
Creation of Second Bank of the United States.
Panic of 1819:
First Great Depression
The Missouri Compromise
Admission of the state of Missouri.
Basic issue of slavery at stake.
Missouri Compromise of 1820
Slavery would be permitted in Missouri.
Maine would come into the union as a Free State.
As the U.S. expanded westward, states north of 36° 30‘ latitude would be free states.
Avoid confronting the issue of slavery for the time being!
--- President Jackson, annual address to
Congress December 7, 1835
Martin Van Buren becomes next President, supported by Jackson.
Panic of 1837, severe depression in Van Buren’s first year in office. Dragged into the ’40’s.
William Henry Harrison defeats Van Buren in 1840, dies after one month in office from pneumonia. VP John Tyler takes over.
Jacksonian Democrats vs. Whigs.Jackson’s Successors