it changed how goods were made in US and affected how people lived and worked. With the new inventions, especially steam-power, the factory system began. It began in Great Britain
not only allowed for an increase of production at a cheaper cost but also turned the nation into more of a consumer economy. New agriculture inventions produced an abundance of crops and increased the demand for more land.
it was invented in 1793. It had a impact on slavery. The huge profits from cotton greatly increased the demand for more land and slaves. More and more slaves were needed to farm the vast common producing lands. ELI WHITNEY.
it had an impact on the producing of goods. Goods were being produced faster and cheaper than they ever had been before. Eli Whitney came up with this idea.
manufacturing of goods production
The factory system
Samuel Slater set up a cotton-spinning factory that became the first profitable factory system.
were most famous for spinning cotton into cloth. These mills were also the first to employ woman as worker.
The spoil system
is consists of giving political jobs to loyal supporters, people who came from the ranks of the "Common man".
Positive aspects of the spoils system
more people are involved(democracy), a variety of options are represented.
Negative aspects of the spoils system
may not be qualified, may have a personal agenda.
The purpose of the bank
was to hold the federal government's money and controlled much of the county's money supply.
the idea popular in the United States during the 1800s that the country mush expand its boundaries to the pacific.
1803. 15 millions. from Napoleon.
in 1819, he negotiated the Adams-Onis Treaty with Spain. In the treaty the Spanish agreed to set the limits of their territory at what is now California's northern border and gave up any claim to Oregon. Lattitude line - 49degrees N.
The Election of 1824 (corrupt burgain)
Jackson won the popular vote, but no one won the electrocal vote. So the vote went to the House of Representatives. The House chose between top two Jackson and Adams.
The Election of 1824 (the candidates)
Andrew Jacson - west, John Quincy Adams - North, Henry Clay - west, William Crawford - South.
Why did Jackson call the election a "corrupt burgain"?
Because Clay was speaker of the House and threw his support behind Adams and Adams made him Secretary of State. At this time the position of Secretary of State was viewed as the stepping-stone to the precidency.
Election of 1828
John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson faced each other again.
was speaker of the House of Representatives and threw his support behind Adams and Adams made him Secreatary of State.
they're those religious people that no one liked, and then they went westward so they could practice their religion freely.
They moved to utah.
The Tariff of 1828 "Protective tariff"
to make the imports more expensive. It was raised to expensive level. But eventually the prices were lowered.
Causes of the Mexican War
when texas joined the US, mexico didn't like it.and there was a disagreement on where texas should end at.
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
US signed the mexican cession and paid 15 million dollars to mexico.
Impact of the gold tush/49ers
its when the people found out there was gold in california... so they all went there, settled there looking for gold.and these people were called****** and they made the economy of california go up. and they increased population and they increased manifest destiny.
dispute over the Oregon Country
there was four country fighting over oregon
spain, russia, great britain, and US
spain left because of the adam onis treaty
russia left cuz there was too many ppl there
then the US and Great Britain decided to share the land.
and more US citizens were there than british.and and then president James k. polk said. 54 forty for it or fight
which means they wanted the boundary set at the 54 line of latitude
the british didn't want to fight over this so the US and the British agreed on the boundary at 46 latitude or something
and the us gained oregon
Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo 1848.
Annexed by Congress 1845.
purchased from mexico, 1853
Jefferson dislike the bank because
it was too powerful. he thought the bank president Nicholas Biddle and Bank administors used the Bank for their own profit, at the expense of the "common man". The bank was also cut back on loans which hurt farmers, the "commom man" in the west.
What eventually happened to the Bank?
By 1836 the charter was not renewed and the Bank was closed
The Southerners call the "protective tariff" the "Tariff of Abominations" because
they hated the new tariff.
What caused the Indian Removal Act?
The Trail of Tears
some results of the Indian Removal Act
the act gave the president the power to move Native Americans west of the Mississippi River. It became a state issue and Georgia forced them off the land. Many Native Americans, were forced to move west of the Mississippi River, to present day Oklahoma. Besides losing their homeland, approximately 4000 Cherokee died along the way.
Declaring that it would not pay the "illegal" tariffs of 1828 and 1832. The federal government would not allow a state to go its own way without a fight.
By 1824 what party was forming and why did it form?
Democratic Party. Because of differences arose.
functioned as Jackson's unofficial advisors. This group consisted of loyal press, democratic leaders, loyal supporters and friends.
How many miles was the Oregon Trail?
most pioneers began their journey to the Oregon Trail from what city?
Name the valley most of the pioneers eventually settled in.