Reading guide the 2 nd war for independence and the upsurge of nationalism



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CHAPTER 12 READING GUIDE

THE 2ND WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE AND THE UPSURGE OF NATIONALISM

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I. WAR OF 1812.


ON TO CANADA OVER LAND AND LAKES


HOW WAS THE UNITED STATES UNPREPARED FOR WAR?


  1. WHY DID THE AMERICAN INVASION OF CANADA FAIL?




  1. HOW DID THE AMERICAN MILITARY PICTURE CHANGE WITH THE BRITISH DEFEAT OF NAPOLEON?



  1. EXPLAIN THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE NAVAL BATTLES OF LAKE ERIE AND LAKE CHAMPLAIN. (MACDONOUGH AND PERRY)



WASHINGTON BURNED AND NEW ORLEANS DEFENDED

    1. WHY IS THE BATTLE OF BLADENSBURGH CALLED THE BLADENSBURGH RACES?





  1. DID THE BURNING OF WASHINGTON HAVE ANY STRATEGIC VALUE FOR THE

BRITISH?


II. END OF WAR




TREATY OF GHENT


  1. WHO BELONGED TO THE AMERICAN PARTY OF PEACE DELEGATES?



  1. WHAT DEMANDS DID THE BRITISH MAKE EARLY IN THE WAR?


  1. WHY DID THE BRITISH AND AMERICANS AGREE TO STATUS QUO ANTE BELLUM? (THE WAY THINGS WERE BEFORE THE WAR)

III. END OF FEDERALIST PARTY

FEDERALIST GRIEVANCES AND THE HARTFORD CONVENTION


  1. WHY DID THE FEDERALISTS MEET AT HARTFORD?




  1. WHAT WERE THE HARTFORD RESOLUTIONS?



  1. WHY DID THIS DESTROY THE FEDERALIST PARTY?

IV. SECOND WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE


  1. WHY DID THE AMERICANS FEEL AS IF THEY HAD WON THE WAR?



  1. EXPLAIN IN DETAIL HOW THE WAR OF 1812 WAS THE 2ND WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE.



V. ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS

NASCENT NATIONALISM


  1. WHAT FACTORS CONTRIBUTED TO THE SURGE IN NATIONALISM AFTER THE WAR OF 1812?




  1. HOW DID NATIONALISM REVEAL ITSELF IN ART AND LITERATURE?



AMERICAN SYSTEM


  1. WHY DID JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICANS SUPPORT THE BANK OF THE U.S.?



  1. HOW DID THE END OF THE WAR AFFECT AMERICAN MANUFACTURING?


  1. WHY IS THE TARIFF OF 1816 SIGNIFICANT?




  1. WHAT WAS ITS RATE?




  1. DESCRIBE EACH PART OF HENRY CLAY'S AMERICAN SYSTEM

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  1. WHY DID THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS PART OF THE AMERICAN SYSTEM DRAW PRESIDENT MONROE AND MADISON'S VETO?



THE SO-CALLED ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS


WHY IS THIS PERIOD CALLED THE ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS? IS THIS ACCURATE?


THE PANIC OF 1819 AND THE CURSE OF HARD TIMES


  1. WHAT CAUSED THE PANIC OF 1819?




  1. WHY DID THE BANK OF THE U.S. LOSE FAVOR AFTER 1819?




  1. HOW DID THE PANIC AFFECT LAND POLICY?




  1. EXPLAIN THE POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE PANIC OF 1819.

GROWING PAINS OF THE WEST


  1. WHAT FACTORS CONTRIBUTED TO WESTWARD EXPANSION?



  1. WHAT ISSUES CONCERNED THE WEST?

SLAVERY AND THE SECTIONAL BALANCE


WHY WAS THE TALLMADGE AMENDMENT CONSIDERED A THREAT TO THE SOUTH?

THE UNEASY MISSOURI COMPROMISE


  1. WHO BROKERED THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE?




  1. WHAT WERE THE DETAILS OF THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE?



  1. WHY DID THE SOUTH ACCEPT IT?




  1. WHY DID THE SOUTH DEVELOP A SENSE OF SOUTHERN NATIONALISM AFTER 1820?

VI. JUDICAL NATIONALISM

JOHN MARSHALL AND JUDICIAL NATIONALISM


  1. HOW DID JOHN MARSHALL CHANGE THE POWER OF THE JUDICIAL BRANCH?




  1. HOW DID J. MARSHALL BECOM THE FEDERALIST LEGACY?




  1. EXPLAIN THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FOLLOWING CASES.

MCCULLOCH V. MARYLAND
COHENS V VA.
GIBBONS V. OGDEN.

JUDICIAL DIKES AGAINST DEMOCRATIC EXCESSES


FLETCHER V. PECK.
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE V. WOODWARD.

VII.MONROES FOREIGN POLICY


SHARING OREGON AND ACQUIRING FLORIDA

  1. WHAT WERE THE PROVISIONS OF THE TREATY OF 1818?




  1. WHY AND HOW DID A. JACKSON TAKE FLORIDA?




  1. HOW DID J.Q. ADAMS SUPPORT A. JACKSON?




  1. WHAT WERE THE PROVISIONS OF THE FLORIDA PURCHASE TREATY?



THE MENACE OF MONARCHY IN AMERICA


WHY WERE EUROPEANS THREATENING TO THE AMERICAS?


MONROE AND HIS DOCTRINE


  1. HOW DID JQA TRICK THE BRITISH IN REGARD TO THE MONROE DOCTRINE?




  1. WHAT WAS THE MONROE DOCTRINE? HOW ENFORCEABLE WAS IT?


MONROE’S DOCTRINE APPRAISED


  1. WHO WOULD ENFORCE THE MONROE DOCTRINE? HOW COULD THE MONROE DOCTRINE BE CALLED A SELF DEFENSE DOCTRINE?

Ch 12 Terms

War of 1812
Oliver Hazard Perry
Battle of the Thames
Plattsburgh
Thomas Macdonough
Battle of New Orleans
Treaty of Ghent
John Quincy Adams
Rush-Bagot Treaty
Nationalism
“blue light” Federalists
Hartford Convention
The American System
James Monroe
Era of Good Feelings
Panic of 1819
Cumberland Road
Tallmadge Amendment
Missouri Compromise
Land Act of 1820
McCulloch v. Maryland 1819
Cohens v. Virginia 1821
Gibbons v. Ogden 1824
Dartmouth College v. Woodward
Daniel Webster
Treaty of 1818
Monroe Doctrine 1823
Florida Purchase Treaty 1819

Ch 12 Essential Questions


1. Why were internal improvements a controversial issue in the decade following the War of 1812?

2. Kennedy claims that the Era of Good Feelings is “something of a misnomer” for the decade following the War of 1812. Why?

3. During the Missouri debates, Jefferson expressed the fear that the “question like a fireball in the night, awakened and filled me with terror.” Why? What was at stake in the Missouri debate that generated such profound concern?

4. Why were the landlocked South and West so ardently in favor of a war for freedom of the seas that seafronting states in the East opposed?




  1. Which do you think was the major cause of the War of 1812: western War Hawk territorial expansion, British violations of American neutrality rights on the high seas, or the urge to uphold national honor and pride? Justify your choice.


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