00chapter 23 outline – Nation Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas, 1800-189000chapter 23 outline – Nation Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas, 1800-1890
Wealthy colonial residents of Latin America were frustrated by the political and economic power of colonial officials and angered by high taxes and imperial monopolies
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Western CivilizationWestern Civilization
After all, they were looked upon as savages and uncivilized people who needed guidance
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Trail of Tears Read and ResponseTrail of Tears Read and Response
The Indian notion of land ownership was more communal, giving the whole tribe the right to use the resources of their traditional lands, a right passed through generations
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Chapter 6 Section 4 Native Americans in Georgia VocabularyChapter 6 Section 4 Native Americans in Georgia Vocabulary
How did General Andrew Jackson defeat the Red Stick Creeks at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend?
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Buncombe County Schools Essential Standards Curriculum FrameworkBuncombe County Schools Essential Standards Curriculum Framework
Basic geography, natural resources, and economic activity of the United States and North Carolina impacted the causes and effects of the American Civil War
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Name: Date: Jacksonian Democracy and 19th Century Reform MovementsName: Date: Jacksonian Democracy and 19th Century Reform Movements
Why did some Americans, like Andrew Jackson, believe the Indians should be relocated?
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History 1700-034 Indian RemovalHistory 1700-034 Indian Removal
When gold was found on Cherokee land in northern Georgia also increased the desire for these lands. Georgia attempted to extinguish Indian title to land, but this was challenged by Reverend Samuel Worcester
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Us history IUs history I
In the early 1800’s, describe was the relationship between the Cherokee and southern colonists?
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Chapter 5 & 6 Study Guide True/FalseChapter 5 & 6 Study Guide True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false. If the statement is false, correct the underlined part so that the statement is true
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Conflict Between Georgia and Creek IndiansConflict Between Georgia and Creek Indians
Cherokees in the last year of Monroe's presidency, the middle years of the Adams administration found that state at odds with the Creek Indian nation. Adams was caught in the middle of the conflict between the Creeks and Georgia
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Cherokee land had increased pressure on buying tribal lands. In Georgia, the largest state at that time, there was a dispute with the Cherokee nation on land and borders. President Jackson hoped that the Indian removal would resolve the
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Andrew Jackson and his Involvement in the Trail of TearsAndrew Jackson and his Involvement in the Trail of Tears
Indians, but Jackson had no financial plan in place to execute a successful and humane removal. Jackson was completely unprepared to even come close to organizing the political and financial resources needed to avoid the physical pain and suffering that went along
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A political Testament (Jackson\A political Testament (Jackson's Farewell 1837) Andrew Jackson
Jackson's plebian followers created the modern Democratic Party, whose rise marked the end of the old gentry Federalist-Republican system with its aspiration to conduct national politics on a non-partisan basis
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Tallahassee- after Spanish ceded Florida to us, Tallahassee became the state’s capital and people were encouraged to settle in Florida. Land was cheap and people could bring slaves as well as cotton. St. AugustineTallahassee- after Spanish ceded Florida to us, Tallahassee became the state’s capital and people were encouraged to settle in Florida. Land was cheap and people could bring slaves as well as cotton. St. Augustine
The demand for natural resources in the South grew with the growth of factories. ¾ of Southerners did not own slaves and many were yeoman farmers who grew their own vegetables; made own goods
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Trail of Tears What was the Trail of Tears?Trail of Tears What was the Trail of Tears?
United States government forced Native Americans to move from their homelands in the Southern United States to Indian Territory in Oklahoma
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