Unit 3: Jefferson to Jackson



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Advanced Placement United States History

Unit 3: Jefferson to Jackson


Chapters 8, 9, and 10 in the Divine text and Chapters 5, 6 (partial), and 7 (partial) in Fast Track to a 5
The AP student’s primary responsibility is to read each assigned section of the textbook and add notes from the reading to the course notes. To better understand the reading, students should focus on the “terms to identify” and “concepts to grasp” and be prepared for a quiz on any of these items. The teacher’s role is to clarify the significance of the readings, terms, and learning targets, and to show the student how they fit into the “big picture” of American history. If the student does not fully understand a term or concept, he/she must ask in class.


Friday, October 3: “Revolution of 1800” (Ch. 7; pp. 217-220; Ch. 8; pp. 222-233, 234-235)

3-1

Election of 1800 (“Revolution” of 1800)

3-2

Jefferson’s inaugural, “We are all republicans…”

3-3

patronage, “spoils system”

3-4

Louisiana Purchase

3-5

Lewis and Clark Expedition, Sacagawea

3-6

Barbary War [or Tripolitan War] (see also pp. 234-35)




A

Explain why Jefferson believed his party’s victories in the 1800 elections represented a “revolution”

B

Identify and briefly describe several Jeffersonian reforms (see pp. 229-230)




Monday, October 6: “Jefferson’s Critics” (Ch. 8; pp. 233-242)

3-7

“midnight judges,” Marbury v. Madison (1803), judicial review

3-8

judicial impeachments

3-9

Hamilton-Burr duel, Burr conspiracy and treason trial

3-10

Orders in Council, Continental System

3-11

Chesapeake-Leopard affair

3-12

Embargo Act, “peaceful coercion”




C

In what ways were Jeffersonians true to their republican principles? In what ways did they seem to abandon those principles?




Tuesday, October 7: “The War of 1812” (Ch. 8; pp. 242-249)

3-13

Non-intercourse Act, Macon’s Bill No. 2

3-14

Tecumseh, William Henry Harrison, Battle of Tippecanoe

3-15

War Hawks

3-16

Battle of Lake Erie, Oliver Hazard Perry

3-17

Fort McHenry, Francis Scott Key, Star-Spangled Banner

3-18

Battle of New Orleans, Andrew Jackson

3-19

Hartford Convention

3-20

Treaty of Ghent




D
Summarize the reasons for America’s declaration of war in 1812

E

In what ways was the War of 1812 like a “second American Revolution?”




Wednesday, October 8: “The War of 1812”



Thursday, October 9: “Transportation and Market Revolutions” (Ch. 9; pp. 250-268)

3-21

Rush-Bagot Agreement, Convention of 1818

3-22

First Seminole War, Adams-Onís (Florida Purchase) Treaty

3-23

“maroon communities”

3-24

Indian removal policy (see pp. 256-57)

3-25

frontier culture, James Fennimore Cooper’s novels

3-26

National (Cumberland) Road, Lancaster Turnpike

3-27

Robert Fulton, Clermont, steamships

3-28

canals, DeWitt Clinton, Erie Canal

3-29

cotton, Eli Whitney, cotton gin

3-30

Panic of 1819 (see also p. 293)

3-31

Lowell mills, factory girls, Lowell Female Labor Reform Assoc.




F

Assess the role of Secretary of State John Quincy Adams in shaping American postwar foreign policy

G
Describe the “Great American Desert”

H
Describe the emerging market economy




Friday, October 10: “Transportation and Market Revolutions”



Monday, October 13: “Nationalism and the ‘Era of Good Feelings’” (Ch. 9; pp. 268-275)

3-32

Henry Clay, the American System

3-33

Tariff of 1816

3-34

Second Bank of the United States

3-35

Tallmadge Amendment, Missouri Compromise, 36*30’ line

3-36

John Marshall, Marshall Court, Dartmouth Col. v. Woodward (1819), McCulloch v. Md. (1819), Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)

3-37

Monroe Doctrine




I

Why was the period after the War of 1812 called the “Era of Good Feelings?”

J

Explain the significance of the Marshall Court in shaping the court’s role, encouraging economic growth, and advancing federal power




Tuesday, October 14: “Nationalism and the ‘Era of Good Feelings’”

Mid-Unit 3 Quiz





Wednesday, October 15: “Triumph of White Men’s Democracy” (Ch. 10; pp. 276-284)

3-38

Romanticism in literature, art

3-39

Hudson River school: Cole, Church, Durand

3-40

Working Men’s parties, trade unions

3-41

Mass. supreme court’s Commonwealth v. Hunt (1842)




K

Explain how the meaning of democracy was changing in the early 19c

L
Describe several changes in democratic political institutions




Thursday, October 16



Friday, October 17

NO SCHOOL


Monday, October 20: “Adams vs. Jackson” (Ch. 10; pp. 284-290)

3-42

Election of 1824: candidates, issues, results; “corrupt bargain”

3-43

Tariff of 1828 (Tariff of Abominations)

3-44

Election of 1828: candidates, issues, results; mudslinging

3-45

Peggy (O’Neale) Eaton affair




M

Why is this period called the “Era of Jacksonian Democracy?”

N
Explain how the Democrats became the “first modern political party”

O

Summarize Jackson’s use of the “spoils system”




Tuesday, October 21: “Andrew Jackson’s Presidency” (Ch. 10; pp. 290-296)

3-46

Indian Removal Act (1830), Worcester v. Georgia (1832), Cherokee “Trail of Tears”

3-47

nullification, John C. Calhoun, South Carolina Exposition and Protest, states’ rights argument

3-48

Maysville Road veto

3-49

Nullification Crisis: Tariff of 1832, Force Bill, Compromise Tariff of 1833

3-50

Second Bank of the United States, Nicholas Biddle

3-51

“Kitchen Cabinet”

3-52

Bank recharter bill, Jackson’s veto message

3-53

Roger Taney, “pet banks”

3-54

Anti-Masonic party

3-55

Specie Circular




P

How is Jackson’s attitude toward the Bank similar to/different from that of the Jeffersonians?




Wednesday, October 22: “Andrew Jackson’s Presidency”



Thursday, October 23: “Van Buren and the Second Party System” (Ch. 10; pp. 296-301)

3-56

Whigs: Henry Clay, Daniel Webster; “King Andrew” (p. 296)

3-57

Panic of 1837

3-58

Independent Subtreasury (Divorce) Bill

3-59

Election of 1840: candidates, issues, results

3-60

Alexis deTocqueville, Democracy in America (see pp. 300-01)




Q

Describe the Second Party System; explain the differences between Whigs and Democrats




Friday, October 24

Unit 3 Test (Jefferson to Jackson)



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