S: Nationalism Ascendant: Xiemena Gonzalez, Humsini Murali, Gerardo Venegas, Jorge Quezada
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FC: National Ascendant | Xiemena Gonzalez, Humsini Murali, Gerardo Venegas, & jorge Quezada | "I hold it that a little rebellion, now and then, is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical. It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government." -Thomas Jefferson
1: Team Leader: Xiemena Gonzalez Team Coordinator: Humsini Murali Team Ego: Jorge Quezada-Solis Team Researcher: Gerardo Venegas-Silva Copyright © 2011 by Xiemena's Hudsons Company. All rights reserved. No part of this work maybe be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of Xiemena's Hudsons Company unless such copying is expressly permitted by federal copyright law. Address inquiries to College Permissions, Ximena's Hudsons Company , 2nd period APUSH McKee, Carrollton, TX. Printed in U.S.A. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: ISBN:
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4: Political | War of 1812 War between the US and the British Empire broke out. Caused by by tensions from the French revolution. We beat the British again even though they didn't want to admit it. It was ended by Treaty of Ghent in 1814. This help nationalism because we beat a world super power...a second time.
5: Developments | LA Purchase In 1803, Thomas Jefferson bought Louisiana from the French, it consisted of 828,800 square miles for a total of $15 million dollars. (Less than 4 cents per acre) This helped nationalism because it was the first step into westward expansion. (Manifest Destiny) | Embargo Act The Embargo act of 1807 was passed by Thomas Jefferson. The purpose of it was to stop foreign trade so that Britain and France would stop obtaining resources from the Americas. The plan failed when Latin America opened its ports for commerce. It helped nationalism by helping us realize that we need to become more self sufficient
6: Political | Adams Onis Signed on February 22, 1819, John Quincy Adams negotiated with the Spanish over land. We got Florida from them, but they got Texas from the Sabine River west. This helped nationalism by giving us more land south, and by getting rid of the Spanish threat down south. | John Marshall Decision: Ruled in favor of McCulloch by finding that Congress had a constitutional power to establish a national bank and states could not legally interfere with federal law. Significance: The ruling established the principle of implied powers through a broad interpretation of the U.S. Constitution, giving Congress an expanded role in governing the nation. The decision also reinforced the supremacy of federal law over state law when the two conflict. The landmark ruling became the basis for key Court decisions throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries supporting congressional activities.
7: Developments | Monroe Doctrine Passed on Dec 2, 1819 by James Monroe. Was meant to keep new European colonies out of the Americas. If they interfered with Latin America, the US would conduct a military intervention to keep them out. This helped nationalism by making the military seem intimidating.
8: Economic | American System
9: Developments | Market Revolution
10: New American | Schools
11: Art | Genres
12: American Literature | The period is characterized by Romantic revivals and eclecticism. Greek Revival (1818-1850) The first truly national style in the United States. Strong associational values. Permeated all levels of building. Gothic Revival (c. 1820-1860) Strong associational values of religion and nature. Found in both ecclesiastical and residential architecture. A wide range of archaeological accuracy, from Richard Upjohn's urban churches to "Carpenter's Gothic" cottages. The "Corporate Style" (c.1800-1900) Practical architecture for engineering and commercial purposes; especially early factories. In its time thought to be a "style-less style." Egyptian Revival (1820-1850) Used primarily for memorials, cemetaries, prisons, and later, warehouses. Italianate, or Italian Villa Mode (1840-1860) A residential style used by A.J. Downing and others; a Renaissance revival.
13: American Architecture | Romanticism– (1800-1840) - Romanticism was a literary and artistic movement of the nineteenth century that arose in reaction against eighteenth-century Neoclassicism and placed a premium on fancy, imagination, emotion, nature, individuality, and exotica. There’s a movement here from personal and political documents to entertaining ones. Purely American topics were introduced such as frontier life. Romantic elements can be found in the works of American writers as diverse as Cooper, Poe, Thoreau, Emerson, Dickinson, Hawthorne, and Melville. Romanticism is particularly evident in the works of the New England Transcendentalists. | Pride & Prejudice- Jane Austen- 1813 | The Count of Monte Cristo- Alexandre dumas- 1844
14: Political | American | Then | Now
15: Cartoons | About Americans | Then | Now
16: Description of Title | Art + Quote | Why important?
17: How we all learned everything | What we all did