who was John Marshall
he was the third Chief Justice. He was a federalist
how did Cheif Justice John Marshall affect the government of the United States?
all of his ruling in the supreme court cases strengthened the power of the federal government.
why was Jefferson legal when he sign the Louisiana Purchase?
to make the purchase legal he had to pay France $15 million and signed a treaty. he did not think the constitution allowed him to "BUY" the territory. he was a strict interpreter of the constitution. but he found that article two of the constitution allowed him to make a purchase with the concent of the government. the government allowed him.
why were more immigrants needed in the North in the early 1800's?
In the early 1800's the united states (north) was going through an industrial revolution. Jobs were available.
what pattern do you see on the electoral map of 1860?
the south was all green. (for breckinridge)
the north was all maize(for Lincoln)
the voters were showing the growing sectionalism between the country
who was Robert Fulton and why was he important to the economy of the US?
he was the inventor of the Claremont, the first practical steamboat for transportation of people. now, in the west, people could settle there because the trek was not long and it was convenient to travel now.
why did women have new job opportunities during the industrial revolution
because of the growing mills in the north, men could not work by themselves. first whole families would work. then, they found that women and girls would work the same hours as men, but get less wages and all the work was getting finished.