BC: By: Mary Weidendorf
FC: Inspect The Eighteen Hundreds
1: Thinking of you is like the Spring, You bring love and joy to everything.
3: Ideas State Sovereignty. The idea adopted in 1820 that each individual state should have its own independent power. Made by the southerners.
5: Ideas Ways To Travel The US. Came up with many different ways to travel, but what one would be the most efficient? On land, or on the water? The answer was pretty much both. The Steamboat was made, and they also used the old Wagon with horses.
6: Natural/Geographic: This effected the way the Settlers made a living, and had a life. | For food, the bigger animals were an easier target, and more meat, so the people took advantage of that, and killed and fed on the giant animal called the buffalo.
7: springtime | Farming: The new settlers were now in charge of a new job, caring for their fields and crops. They made a living off of most of the stuff they grew, by selling, and eating it.
8: Social: In their free time they would play sports including cricket, boxing, football, wrestling, etc.
11: Political: Both Democratic and Republican parties were formed. The first woman nominated for presidency, Boston streets were lit with gas, the Americans adopted coffee as a popular drink., Gambling was permitted in some areas, Public horse races were held on Long Island.
12: Economic: Business panics were caused in the mid 1830's where money was unavailable for industrial expansion. Excess money was causing inflation and land speculation. Coupled with crop failures and an imbalance between imports and exports.
15: Cultural: Women started to gain a little bit of independence. A law was passes so they could finally own their own land.
16: Technological/Scientific: Textile Mills. Mills built on rivers (ran on water power). The mills would consist of a room or floor for cleaning the raw cotton, one for spinning and weaving, and than one for dyeing.
17: The Cotton Gin: A simple machine that quickly removed the seeds from the cotton fiber.
18: Work Cited: -Reference Librarians. "American Cultural History: The 19th Century" American Cultural History.