There will be a review session in Ellis Auditorium on Friday afternoon, 5/7, beginning at 3:30pm. You may also ask questions by posting to the bulletin board. That's also where the links to the PowerPoint presentations will be posted. Check this page later for any changes, and check the website on Thursday afternoon for the actual text of the cumulative Civil War question that will be on the final.
DEPT. OF MYSTERIES
Declaration of Independence (as an example of the "right of revolution")
Hamilton's financial program:
"funding" & "assumption" (national debt)
Bank of United States
Report on Manufactures
Jefferson vs. Hamilton:
visions of future
views of proper role & style of government, use of force
interpretations of Constitution
views on foreign policy & manufacturing
first parties: Federalists and (Democratic) Republicans
political parties: Founders' attitudes toward, rise of
Compromise of 1790
French Revolution, impact on U.S.
Election of 1800
Jefferson's "experiment" (see Jefferson's First Inaugural Address)
Jefferson's foreign policy
Haitian Revolution (Saint Domingue)
Lewis & Clark expedition
War of 1812
Harrison, William Henry
Battle of Tippecanoe
Battle of New Orleans
impact of on slavery, Indians, political parties
Adams, John Quincy
"Great Migration" (1815-19)
westward expansion, patterns of (expansion of section cultures)
"Era of Good Feelings"
Calhoun, John C.
Panic of 1819
suffrage (voting rights), changes in
Van Buren, Martin
Jackson-era parties: Democrats and Whigs
Election of 1828
Nullification Crisis: concept & process of "nullification," South Carolina Exposition and Protest, Force Bill
Election of 1840
rise of cotton growing & the expansion of slavery
slave trade: end of international, rise of internal
immigration (Irish Catholics)
evangelicalism (Charles G. Finney)
"Benevolent Empire" (moral reform movements)
"cult of domesticity"
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady
African Methodist Episcopal Church
American Colonization Society
Virginia slavery debate
Abolitionism: change from gradualism and colonizationism to "immediatism"
Garrison, William Lloyd
southern culture: violence, "honor," duelling, Cavalier myth
Lovejoy, Elijah P.
Texas annexation issue
Polk, James K.
Election of 1844
Free Soil Party
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
doughfaces: Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan
Walker, William ("filibustering")
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