Chapter 1: Section 1 Development of the Cotton Gin

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Chapter 1: Section 1

  1. Development of the Cotton Gin

  2. Eli Whitney

Pg. 33

  1. Florida

Chapter 2:

  1. Indian Removal Act- Farmers wanted more land to farm

  2. Worchester v. Georgia/ John Marshall

  3. Indians had the right to their land and GA had to respect that

  4. Jackson ignored it and forced Indian removal

  5. Trail of Tears

Pg. 41-44

  1. 36-30 parallel/ North- No slaves above the line (free states)/South- Slaves below the line (slave states) needed to have a balance in the senate of free vs. slave

**10-19 Skip and we will do with the Manifest Destiny notes (Tuesday)

20. Sense of American pride and culture

21. Developed the dictionary

22. Literature and art movement

23. omit




27. # 1 southern crop- Eli Whitney- Cotton Gin and Interchangeable parts

28. South’s economy grew and so did the dependence for slaves. North’s economy was more industry and they were against slaves = sectionalism

29. Brought the factory system to the US (like Britain)

30. Factory- work long hours, specializing on one job, inside work. Plantation- slaves worked and lived on the farms-outside work. Cottage system- work done in the home.

31. Helped with trade and transportation

32. Steamboat- Clermont- Travel upstream

33. Became the leading port, # 1 at the time

34. known for the telegraph- increased speed of communication

35. steel plow- helped with farming

36. mechanical reaper (did the job of 5 men)

37. It was a necessary evil- slaves were needed for farming and for the labor.

38. North- Factory/South-Farmers

39. North-Immigrants (irish and germans)/south-slaves (Africans)

40. North- for/South-against

41. Representative in each

Skip 39-40
41. We will stay out of European affairs and they will stay out of our American affairs.

42. National Bank, Tariffs, and internal improvements (roads, canals, etc)- Controls and limits trade with Britain (hurt the south)

43. Showed federal power had supreme power over the states (interstate commerce)- federal supremacy

44. To build the American economy

45. tariffs hurt their economy and they felt like they had the right to say no and not follow federal laws if it came into conflict or hurt the states.

46. It hurt their economy because they traded with GB

47. Helped their trade (south had to buy from them)

48. Tried to go against the slave owners and they failed

49. John Adams

50. John Adams

51. Appointed by Adams as his Secretary of State

52. Corrupt Bargaining

53. Tariff of Abominations

54 South

55. John C Calhoun

56. States could nullify (cancel) a federal law

57. Giving government jobs to friends (Jackson)

58. Pet Banks

59. Later to become the Republicsn (formed against Jackson)

60. Donkey, “Jackass” given by Thomas Nast a political cartoonists

61.. William Henry Harrison, 40 days- died of Pneumonia

62. Religious revival- all people attain grace through faith- finney said that Christian ideas should reform society

63. reform and change

64. Change

65. Education movement- mandatory school attendance (compulsory)

66. Prision reform

67. To end

68. Wrote the Liberator- wanted to end slavery

69. saw the evils of slavery first hand- against slavery

70. Former slaves who wrote their own stories about their experiences with slavery first hand

71. Alcohol movement- called for moderation

72. Women’s movement- Suffrage- right to vote

73. saw the evils of both and wanted to gain support from the abolisionists

74. Women’s rights activiists- women’s suffrage

75. Illiterate and gave speeches for women’s rights

76. Formed societies thought to be pefect

77. Brook Farm, Oneida, and new harmony

78. Omit

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