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  1. New Orleans 1718 St Louis Cathedral (Below- a symbol of New Orleans:) Fort Duquesne 1754 General James Braddock George Washington William Pitt 1758 General James Wolfe Treaty of Paris 1763

  2. “Pennsylvania ‘Dutch’” “Scotch-Irish” (Scots-Irish) French Huguenots “The Enlightenment” John Locke Deism Freemasonry “The Great Awakening” George III 1760 George Grenville 1763-1765 Revenue Act of 1764 (Sugar Act) “Salutary Neglect” Background to Revolution

  3. Stamp Act 1765 Townshend Acts 1767 Sam Adams Committees of Correspondence Lord North “Boston Massacre”

  4. Tea Act of 1773 Boston “Tea Party” “Intolerable Acts” First Continental Congress Sept. 1774 Continental Association Committees of Safety General Thomas Gage

  5. Battle of Bunker Hill (Breed’s Hill) June 1775 Loyalists (Tories) John Locke Sam Adams John Adams Thomas Paine, Common Sense January, 1776 Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776 Thomas Jefferson Revolution

  6. Benjamin Franklin The Articles of Confederation 1777 Sir William Howe General John Burgoyne (“Gentleman Johnny”) Horatio Gates Benedict Arnold Battle of Saratoga 1777 Lord Cornwallis Nathanael Greene Treaty of Paris 1783

  7. Thomas Paine Congregationalists Anglican Church Jefferson’s Statute for Religious Freedom “Not Worth a Continental” Specie Currency Daniel Shays Shay’s Rebellion 1786-1787 Robert Morris Beard, An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution Impost of 1781 Northwest Ordinance 1787 James Madison Constitution

  8. Alexander Hamilton “Virginia Plan” “New Jersey Plan” Constitutional Convention 1787 Federal System Electoral College Federalists Anti-Federalists

  9. George Washington The French Revolution 1789 Jay’s Treaty 1795 Federalists Republicans The Alien and Sedition Acts John Adams Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions “The Revolution of 1800” Aaron Burr Early Politics

  10. Thomas Jefferson 1800-1808 John Marshall Marbury vs. Madison 1803 Louisiana Purchase 1803 Lewis & Clark Expedition 1804-1806 Age of Jefferson

  11. Nonimportation Act 1805 Embargo Act of 1807 Nonintercourse Act 1809 Macon’s Bill No. 2 1810 “War Hawks” (Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun) Clay (top): Calhoun (below):

  12. James Madison 1808-1816 War of 1812 Andrew Jackson Treaty of Ghent 1815 James Monroe 1816-1824 Monroe Doctrine 1823 John Quincy Adams

  13. William Henry Harrison Creeks Cherokees Andrew Jackson John C. Calhoun Harrison Land Act of 1800 Eli Whitney “King Cotton” Cotton Gin Economic Development

  14. Turnpike De Witt Clinton Erie Canal James Monroe 1816-1824 “Era of Good Feelings” John Quincy Adams William H. Crawford Henry Clay “American System” 2nd National Bank Nicholas Biddle

  15. Tariff of 1816 Dartmouth College vs. Woodward 1819 McCulloch vs. Maryland 1819 Gibbons vs. Ogden 1824 Missouri Compromise 1820:

  16. Age of Jackson • Election of 1824: • Popular Vote: Electoral Vote: • Jackson 151,000 99 • J Q Adams 113,000 84 • Crawford 40,000 41 • Clay 47,000 37

  17. Caucus Andrew Jackson 1828-1834 “Bargain and Corruption” Democratic Republican Party National Republican Party “American System” “Spoils System” Martin Van Buren Doctrine of Nullification 1832 Force Bill 1833 Specie Circular 1863 Peggy Eaton Affair

  18. Martin Van Buren Panic of 1837 Independent Treasury Bill Whig Party 1833 William Henry Harrison1840-1841 John Tyler 1841-1844 John Calhoun Henry Clay Lewis Cass James K. Polk 1844-1848 Liberty Party James G. Birney “Spot Resolutions” Expansion (“Manifest Destiny”)

  19. General Zachery Taylor Battle of Buena Vista 1847 General Winfield Scott Colonel Stephen Kearney John C. Fremont Nicolas P. Trist Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo 1848 Gadsden Purchase 1853

  20. Wilmot Proviso 1846 Freesoil Party Compromise of 1850 Millard Fillmore Stephen A. Douglas Franklin Pierce

  21. Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America 1835 Frederick Jackson Turner (“The Frontier Theory”) American Party (Order of the Star Spangled Banner, “Know Nothings”) Romanticism Transcendentalism: Ralph Waldo Emerson (top), Henry David Thoreau (bottom). Frontier & Society

  22. James Fennimore Cooper Deism Unitarian Church Great Revival Utopianism Abolitionism Frederick Douglass (below) Mormonism Charles Fourier Horace Greeley Dorthea Dix Horace Man Temperance Frances Willard WCTU (below)

  23. Abolitionism American Colonization Society Tappan Brothers William Lloyd Garrison The Liberator American Anti-Slavery Society Nat Turner Rebellion 1831 Frederick Douglass Sojourner Truth The Underground Railroad Harriet Tubman Cassius Clay The South

  24. Compromise of 1850 National Trades Union 1834 Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom’s Cabin 1852 Hinton Rowan Helper, The Impending Crisis of the South 1857 Stephen A. Douglas Kansas-Nebraska Act 1854 “Popular Sovereignty” Republican Party “Bleeding Kansas” “Border Ruffians” “Jayhawks” Origins of the Civil War

  25. John Brown American Party (“Know Nothings”) Franklin Pierce James Buchannan Millard Fillmore John C. Fremont Dred Scott Case 1857

  26. Presidential Election of 1860: • Abraham Lincoln- Republican • Stephen A. Douglas- Northern Democrat • John C. Breckinridge- Southern Democrat • John Bell- Constitutional Union Party Lincoln wins- South secedes from the union Jefferson Davis becomes the President of the Confederate States

  27. Fort Sumter The Confederacy Robert E. Lee “Stonewall” Jackson Lee (left), Jackson: William T. Sherman Ulysses S. Grant Grant (left), Sherman The Civil War

  28. George B. McClellan Gettysburg July1, 1863 Jefferson Davis “Peace Democrats” Radical Republicans: Charles Sumner, Thaddeus Stevens Morrill Tariff Act Homestead Act 1862 Morrill Land Grant Act John C. Freemont Second Confiscation Act Emancipation Proclamation January 1, 1863

  29. Andrew Johnson Wade-Davis Bill 1864 Freedman’s Bureau John Wilkes Booth