- whiskey rebellion
- causes- debt from AR; Hamilton creates national bank; create whiskey tax to raise revenue
- effects- western farmer rebelled to the unpopular tax; sent in troops to enforce the law
Washington's farewell address
stay out of European affairs; don't form alliances
Election of 1824
- who won?
- why and why was it called a corrupt bargain?
- -John Adams won
- - Jackson didn't have a clear majority. Adams made a deal with Henry Clay and promised him secretory of state if he gave his electoral votes to Adams
Election of 1828
- Jackson won
- states got rid of property requirements to vote participation increased
Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin
- How did it affect slavery?
- led to faster production of cotton
- demand for cotton increased
- lead to the demand for slaves increasing
Importance of Erie Canal
- connected Great Lakes to the Atlantic
- increased trade, transportation, and factories
Samuel Morse and the Telegraph 1844
- positive effects?
- manifest destiny?
- faster communication over long distances
- communication with people in the west easier
Slavery and the Northern Economy
- South provided Northern factories with raw materials like cotton
- textiles cotton factory
- wealth and factories increased in the North
- how does it work?
- what factories caused the Industrial revolution?
- how did the IR change the ways people lived?
- 1. individuals- buy and sell what they want; private ownership of business; creates competition; prices of goods go down
- government has minimal interference with economy
- 2. inventions; factory system; increase in immigrants and urbanism
- 3. increase in transportation, communication, and production of goods
US- Mexican War
- causes- TX annexation; border dispute Mexico- Nueces River and US- Rio Grande River Manifest destiny
- Effects- gained land Mexican Cession; Rio Grande was the border
Issues with TX annexation and US Mexican War
- add another slave state; cause war with Mexico; TX- slave state CA- free state
- Compromise of 1850
Indian Removal Act of 1830
- Oklahoma Territory; west of MS. River
- Trail of Tears
Worcester v. Georgia
- what was Jackson's reaction?
- he ignored the SC ruling; Cherokees were forced off their land any way
Economies in the US
- North- factories, manufacturing, textile, steel
- South- agriculture; plantation systems, cash crops
- West- CA OR
- mining for gold and silver
Marbury v. Madison
- judicial review
- SC can determine if a law is constitutional
Gibbons v. Ogden
federal government has power over interstate commerce
McCullough v. Maryland
- states can't tax the national bank
- Supremacy Clause- Federalism- federal government is the supreme law of the land
- Europeans; stay out of western hemisphere
- can't retake old colonies or form new ones
idea that it was US destiny to expand westward from Atlantic to the Pacific Coast