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scattered farms, market based economy, increased prosperity, women work outside of home
Second Great Awakening (1820's)
temperance movements, supported moral rights, widened lines between classes
Factories in North
made factories on land not able to crop from, better presence of rivers for transporting goods
popular for fur-traders, living conditions were harsh while moving, hope of gaining land
Treaty of Ghent (1814)
John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay make deal with britain, fighting solved but controversial
Federalists met privately, wanted financial assistance for states, constitutional amendments, 2/3 vote instead of 3/5 vote, new states, 1 term only for presidents
inprovement of education, prisons, asylums, women's movement, abolition, temperance, abolition, indians, health and medicine
panic of 1837
basic cause was wanting to get rich quick, gambling addictions, jacksonian finance scare, failed crops, higher tariffs
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