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Lincoln’s Election and Southern SecessionLincoln’s Election and Southern Secession
Seward’s delegates. As the other candidates hoped, Seward failed to win the nomination on the first ballot. Throughout the tense voting, Abraham Lincoln, a lesser-known candidate from Illinois, gained strength
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Justice’s groupJustice’s group
This dependence will bring upon the farmer struggles as those involved in agriculture struggle to gain profit from their massive amount of production, with corporations and the government wanting to regulate the growing occupation
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Weakness of the Articles of Confederation Resulting ProblemWeakness of the Articles of Confederation Resulting Problem
It had to rely on the states to collect and forward taxes, which the states were reluctant to do. The central government was always short of money
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Directions: Highlight the important information as you read. This will help you when answering the questionsDirections: Highlight the important information as you read. This will help you when answering the questions
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Weakness resultWeakness result
Directions: Complete the following chart regarding weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and what was the resulting (outcome) effect
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Guiding Questions: Jacksonian America (pg 245-258)Guiding Questions: Jacksonian America (pg 245-258)
What were the whites' attitudes toward Native American tribes? How did they contribution to the decision in favor of their removal westward?
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Chapter 16 ga in the Civil WarChapter 16 ga in the Civil War
In early 1861, ga joined with other southern states in a confederation whose main purpose became fighting a war to be independent from the us
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American Federalism Assignments A. Diagram: Three Major Systems of Government B. Pros and Cons: federalismAmerican Federalism Assignments A. Diagram: Three Major Systems of Government B. Pros and Cons: federalism
Define three ways of ordering relations between a central government and regional or local governments
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12. The American Revolution, 1775-1783 Declaration of Independence The Continental Congress12. The American Revolution, 1775-1783 Declaration of Independence The Continental Congress
British goods during the Boston Tea Party, Parliament enacted several laws to tighten its control over the colonies. The Coercive Acts, called the Intolerable Acts by Americans
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Magna Carta – The cornerstone of English justice, signed in 1215 declaring the same law bound the king and government as other citizens of EnglanMagna Carta – The cornerstone of English justice, signed in 1215 declaring the same law bound the king and government as other citizens of Englan
Jamestown, Virginia, first permanent English settlement established by Virginia Company. John Smith helped them through the “starving time” by enacting military rule. John Rolfe introduced tobacco, which also helped them succeed
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National Identity, Race, Enslavement, and Thomas JeffersonNational Identity, Race, Enslavement, and Thomas Jefferson
American people, whose members were to enjoy freedom as citizens in a new political community. Since government in the United States rested on the will of the people, it was all the more important to identify who the people were
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