The following schedule provides due dates for readings, essays and the unit exam. There will be additional readings added and daily reading quizzes. Please stay on pace with the readings.
Between 1789 and 1820, conflict over the increasing power of the national government created intensified sectional tension.
Between 1789 and 1823, geographic isolation allowed the United States to pursue a policy of selective involvement in world affairs.
Major Topics:federalism, 1st American Party System, Hamilton’s economic plan, neutrality and foreign policy, Jeffersonian Democracy, supreme court cases, territorial expansion, freedom of the seas, War of 1812, national market economy, industrial/transportation/agricultural revolution, nationalism, sectionalism
Date Class Topic Due.
9/13 Washington’s Administration Boyer through p. 198, Tea Time script
9/16 Political Parties Boyer – p. 198-205
9/17 Adams’ Administration Boyer – p. 207-210
9/18 Economic and Social Change Boyer – p. 210-219
9/19 Jeffersonian Democracy Boyer – p. 222-229
9/20 Jefferson’s Second Administration Boyer – p. 229-234
9/23 Madison and the War of 1812 Boyer – p. 234-241
9/24 The Era of Good Feelings Boyer – p. 241-246
9/25 The Era of Good Feelings
9/29 Unit 3 Exam & DBQ
Unit 3 Key Terms
You will be responsible for knowing these terms on the Unit 3 Exam. I recommend making flashcards as you take notes throughout the unit and using them to study. George Washington John Adams Alexander Hamilton