Apush chapter 16 notes. Chapter 16: The South and the Slavery Controversy, 1793 2019-02-10

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APUSH Chapter 16 Notes Flashcards

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I gave the students a list of topics from Period 1 and they will illustrate the terms. He stated that geographically, the United States could not be split true. They also had to complete their outline for chapter 1 of their textbook. While the European countries wanted the Union to be split, their people had were pro-North and anti-slavery, and sensing that this was could eliminate slavery once and for all, they would not allow any intervention by their nations on behalf of the South. Expansion has stimulated individualism, nationalism, democracy, American uniqueness.

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Chapter 16 (13th)

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The were finally caught just before the boundary, some escaped, but most along with the Cheif did not. Two Illinois farmers who, in the mid-1870s, solved the problems of fencing by developing and marketin barbed wire, which became standard equiptment on the plains and revolutionized fencing practiced all over the country and world. This party gained significant political power in the state in large part on the basis of its hostility to the Chinese. The South, feeling that Lincoln was now waging an aggressive war, was joined by four of the Border States: Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina. A place where painters such as Albert Bierstadt and Thomas Moran were best known. In 1864, the Republicans joined the War Democrats to form the Union Party and renominated Abe Lincoln despite a bit of opposition, while the Copperheads and Peace Democrats ran George McClellan.

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Chapter 16 (13th)

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He led them in a rebellion that killed more than 700 whites before being subdued by a force of regulars and militiamen. Wade-David Bill- To reenter the Union 1. Lincoln finally found a good general in Ulysses S. Indians who were cramped on a small reservation and exploited by corrupt white agents. Later in 1861, command of the Army of the Potomac name of the Union army was given to 34 year old General George B. In the pre-war years, cotton production had been immense, and thus, England and France had huge surpluses of cotton.

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Chapter 16: The South and the Slavery Controversy, 1793

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Other states followed suit, prohibiting all forms of emancipation. These were usually mulattoes, often the child of a white owner and black mistress. Slaves of the Slave System The economic structure in the South became increasingly monopolistic. British-build sea vessels that went to the Confederacy were also a problem. The white northerner professed to like the race, but disliked the individual.

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American Pageant Chapter 16 APUSH Review

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Remember, reading and writing in other words; processing the information , is the best way to learn and understand the subject. Free Blacks: Slaves Without Masters Many free blacks settled in New Orleans. One of my goals this year is to incorporate more documents into my class discussions. He wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in 1876 and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in 1885. As students were working on their mindmaps, I called students over to conference in small groups. I reviewed big ideas from Period 1 with them and we went over some practice multiple-choice questions. The last indians to remain organized and resist the whites were the Chiricahua Apaches.

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Chapter 16: The Conquest of the Far West

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This romanticized the cowboy's supposed freedim from traditional social constraints, his affinity with nature, even his supposed propensity for violence. Most of the Five Civilized Tribes Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole sided with the South, although parts of the Cherokee and most of the Plains Indians were pro-North. The proclamation was very controversial, as many soldiers refused to fight for abolition and deserted. In the 1850s, Britain's most important manufactured item was cotton cloth. Whites were negatively affected by slavery as well; white farmers increasingly imagined that they were surrounded by rebellion blacks inflamed by Northern abolitionist propaganda, so theory of racial superiority developed, and the South remained one of the last bastions of slavery in the Western world Some early abolitionists wanted to transport blacks back to Africa because disliked them; 1817 the American Colonization Society was founded, and 1822 the Republic of Liberia was founded, but most blacks did not want to go to a strange civilization after being Americanized or having been born in America, as they increasingly were.

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Chapter 16: The Civil War

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I wonder if it would be possible to add a caption next to the chapter numbers as to which period each chapter is about? Animal crowding forced more deforestation D. Diesm- Jefferson, Franklin, Paine and other founding fathers relied on reason rather than revelation and science rather than the bible. The South Lashes Back From 1831-1832, Virginia defeated numerous emancipation bills. Angry Southerners cried that Lincoln was stirring up trouble and trying to have a slave insurrection. This was played out through a mixture of language, religion mix of tribalism and Christianity, focus on Moses' story , and music bongos, banjos, then jazz. Free blacks were generally not liked in the North and South. Slaves were still smuggled into America and penalties for doing so were infrequent.


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Chapter 16: The South and the Slavery Controversy

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Southerners believed their importance in the world's economy was set in stone. In the Southern-elite mind, Southern society was rekindling medieval society with military-trained, bright, and dashing young Southern gentlemen and the gentile Southern belles. The Martyrdom of Lincoln 1. One Arapaho and Cheyenne band under this man camped near Fort Lyon on Sand Creek in November 1864. The Southern plantation wife commanded the female slaves.


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Chapter 16 Notes (Reconstruction)

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Under his 10 Percent Plan, he proposed that as soon as 10 percent of the voting population in the 1860 election took an oath and established a government, it would be recognized. Opponents charged that the draft was an assault on state sovereignty. Free Blacks: Slaves Without Masters 1. Filed Under: September 11, 2018 by One of my goals this year is to conference with students in small groups once or twice a week. Southern aristocracy widened the gap between the rich and poor because the aristocrats made governmental decisions in their favor. The leader of the band, Chief Joseph, persuaded his followers to flee from the expected retribution, but American troops found and attacked them, only to be driven off in a battle at White Bird Canyon.

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