What was the goal of the Chartists?
1) universal manhood suffrage 2) secret ballot 3) pay for representatives in parliament 4) annual election
How did queen victoria fell about women's suffrage and how did that differ from Disraeli and Gladstone
queen victoria felt that women should not have suffrage, unlike Disraeli and gladstone who thought that because there was a female queen there should be women's suffrage.
Why did many people from ireland move the the U.S in the 1800's?
this was because the irish lived off of potatoes and when the potato famine came lots of people lost their jobs and the economy.
Why was the Australia founded?
This was because Europe didn't want criminals to be in cities so they used Australia as a jail.
Louis the bourbon came to power after Napoleon and was brought back from the previous ruling family. He was not very confident because he had already been overthrown.
Becomes king after Louis XVIII and takes away freedom of press and suspends the constitution. (wanted to be and absolute monarch.) He was overthrown in 1830
He was known as the citizen king(dresses like a citizen) When the economy falls he gets overthrown.
He is elected as president of the 2nd republic. Decides he wants more power in 1851 he declares himself emperor. He then rules over a time of prosperity and loses a few military defeats and then loses power-33rd republic
The empire on France that was run by louis Napoleon. It was a time of prosperity until napoleon loses some military wars.
1) helped achieve public education for kids 6-13 2)in 1884 legalizes trade unions 3) 1900 gets working hours reduced 4)1906 one day off a week.
1894- When a jewish officer in the french army accused of giving military secrets. He was innocent and was found guilty even when they had found the real culprit they still blamed him.
What were the social divisions in the spanish colonies
Peninsulares-100% spanish, born in spain
Creoles-100% spanish born in new world
Mestizos-less than 100% spanish born in new world
Agustin de Iturbide
Spanish government tells him to put down revolts but instead he joins them and it the first creole king of mexico.
known as the liberator-he tried to create the federation of the Andes + grand colombia
Son of john VI and was left in charge of brazil. When they rebelled for independence from Portugal Pedro gave it to them.
A purchase of All of Louisiana territory from the french to americans for 15 million doubling the size of the U.S
Why did we fight the war in 1812
Because Britain wanted to take back its colonies. Also when we won it was an example of the first major test for the U.S
What does the saying-without Tennessee there would be no Texas mean?
Tennessee is the volunteer state because we helped Texas when they were attacked.
Who did you have to have on your side in latin america to have success and why?
creoles-becuase they had all of the money.
Indian removal Act
When all of Indians in America were forced into specific areas where they could live.
The act that made kansas and nebraska to separate states. This created a dispute between the people when deciding wether or not to make these slave states.
What was the final straw that cause south carolina to break away from the union?
Abraham lincoln being elected as president
Battle of Gettysburg and Vicksburg
Gettysburg-an un-needed battle when the unions defeated the confederates.
Vicksburg-a decisive battle when the north beat the south.