AGE OF JEFFERSON
WAR OF 1812
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
CHALLENGES OF EXPANSION
A MIX
INDUSTRIALIZATION

100

Impact of the Louisiana Purchase on the United States

doubled the size of the nation's territory

100

The Creek War allowed the US to benefit during the war of 1812

Divided Native American support between the United States and Great Britain

(this would prove costly for the Native Americans later on)

100

Stay out of European affairs; Be the leading power in the Americas

Monroe Doctrine

100

Henry Clay proposed the American System to address these problems

lack of transportation between settled territories and the frontier

100

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo pleased supporters of 

Manifest Destiny or Westward Expansion

100

Which pair of inventions most directly affected domestic life in the United States during the 1800s

icebox and iron cooking stove

200

Transferred territory from France to the United States

Result of the Louisiana Purchase

200

To stop British aggression in the Atlantic and the Northwest Territory

President Madison asked Congress to declare war on Great Britain in 1812

200

Growth of nationalism and feelings of strength in the United States

Factor contributed to the announcement of the Monroe Doctrine

200

A direct result in increased settlement of the Northwest territory in the late 1700s and early 1800s

Violent clashes between settlers and Native Americans

200

Why some Americans opposed the Mexican American War

Would lead to more slave states

200

The invention of the steam locomotive most contributed to 

The spread of railroads

300

Lowering the national debt

An accomplishment of Thomas Jefferson's presidency

300

Burned down the Capitol building and White House

British invasion of Washington DC in 1812

300

Prevented war between the United States and Spain

Effect of Adams-Onis Treaty

300

Decades after the War of 1812 the greatest movement of the American population 

rural areas of the Southwest

300

The annexation of Texas resulted in 

a boundary dispute between Mexico and the United States

300

Cleaned the seeds out of cotton plants

Cotton Gin

400

Shifted the balance of power in favor of the judicial branch

Supreme Court's ruling in Marbury v. Madison (1803) 

400

Forced to the crew to serve the British navy

impressment

400

Limited military development on the U.S. border with Canada

The Rush-Bagot Agreement

400

Contributed to the signing of the Adams-Onis Treaty

US military victory in Florida

(US bought Florida from Spain)

400

No protesting the government? No immigrants allowed in? No freedom of the press. Lawmakers jailed?

Alien and Sedition Acts

400

An abundance of rivers in New England

contributed to industrialization 

500

Promoting the nation's agricultural economy

Goal of President Thomas Jefferson

500

The relationship between American settlers and Native Americans tensions increased

War of 1812

500

Russian control over Alaska

Provoked the announcement of the Monroe Doctrine

500

Organized the territory gained from Great Britain in the Treaty of Paris

Northwest Ordinance

500

The ability to move goods around the US quickly without using the railroad system

Steamboats

500

First industry to be transformed by the industrial revolution


Daily Double - Define the answer

Textile

Clothing

600

Passage of the Alien and Sedition acts helped Thomas Jefferson become president

Public opinion strongly opposed these acts

600

Outcome of War of 1812 contributed to the Era of good Feelings

The success of the war created a sense of unity among Americans which had not existed previously

600

Successful independence movements in Latin America 

In the late 1810s and early 1820s

600

How did the proposals for the construction of internal improvements under the American System increased tensions between the North and South

paid for with a new tariff that was not beneficial to their region

600

People moving into the cities often living in poor housing conditions

Urbanization 

600

The effects of the invention and spread of the telegraph on American society

enabled businesses to grow and spread by improving long-distance communication