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War of 1812

  • Treaty of Ghent

  • Hartford Convention

  • Second War for Independence

  • Rush-Bagot Agreement

  • Nationalism

  • American System

  • Erie Canal

  • James Monroe

  • Era of Good Feelings

  • Panic of 1819

  • National Highway

  • Butterbuts & Yankees

  • Talmadge Amendment

  • Henry Clay

  • MO Compromise

  • McCulloch v. MD

  • Loose Construction

  • Cohens v. VA

  • Gibbons v. Ogden

  • Fletcher v. Peck

  • Dartmouth College v. Woodward

  • Daniel Webster

  • Treaty of 1818

  • Monroe Doctrine

  • FL Purchase Treaty of 1819

    Homework Directions: Read the chapter and complete the following:

    1. Complete American Pageant Study Guide.

    2. Complete one Analysis Question.

    Chapter 12 Study Guide

    On to Canada over Land and Lakes

    1. Evaluate the success of the US navy in the fight for Canada.

    Washington Burned and New Orleans Defended

    2. Did the United States fight the War of 1812 effectively? Explain.

    The Treaty of Ghent

    3. Was the Treaty of Ghent advantageous to the United States? Explain.

    Federalist Grievances and the Hartford Convention

    4. What did the Hartford Convention do?

    The Second War for American Independence

    5. What were the long term effects of the War of 1812?

    Nascent Nationalism

    6. What evidence of nationalism surfaced after the War of 1812?

    "The American System"

    7. In what ways could nationalism be seen in the politics and economics of the post-war years?

    The So-Called Era of Good Feelings

    8. To what extent was James Monroe's presidency an Era of Good Feelings?

    The Panic of 1819 and the Curse of Hard Times

    9. Explain the causes and effects of the Panic of 1819.

    Growing Pains of the West

    10. What factors led to the settlement of the West in the years following the War?

    Slavery and the Sectional Balance

    11. Why was Missouri's request for statehood so explosive?

    The Uneasy Missouri Compromise

    12. "Neither the North nor South was acutely displeased, although neither was completely happy." Explain.

    Makers of America: Settlers of the Old Northwest

    13. How did Southern and Northern settlers of the Old Northwest differ?

    John Marshall and Judicial Nationalism

    14. Explain Marshall's statement, "Let the end be legitimate,...are constitutional."

    Judicial Dikes Against Democratic Excesses

    15. "John Marshall was the most important Federalist since George Washington." Assess.

    Sharing Oregon and Acquiring Florida

    16. Who was more important to American territorial expansion, Andrew Jackson or John Quincy Adams? Explain.

    The Menace of Monarchy in America

    17. How did Great Britain help support American desires regarding Latin America?

    Monroe and His Doctrine

    18. How could a militarily weak nation like the United States make such a bold statement ordering European nations to stay out of the Americas?

    Monroe's Doctrine Appraised

    19. Evaluate the importance of the Monroe Doctrine in subsequent American history.

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