Sectionalism and Nationalism
James Monroe to Election of Andrew Jackson

Henry Clay Addresses the Senate

 

ASSIGNMENTS


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Homework

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Notes

Primary Sources

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1816 - Charter of the Second Bank of the United States.

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1817 - James Monroe - First Inaugural Address.

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1818 - Rush-Bagot Agreement.

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1818 - The Convention of 1818

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1818 - Jackson Intervenes in Florida.

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1819 - Adams-Onis Treaty for the Acquisition of Florida.

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1819 - Dartmouth College vs. Woodward

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1819 - McCulloch vs. Maryland.

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1819 - Talmadge's Speech to Congress

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1820 - Compromise of 1820 - Talmadge Amendment

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1820 - Compromise of 1820 - Taylor Amendment

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1820 - Compromise of 1820 - Thomas Amendment.

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1820 - John Quincy Adams and John C. Calhoun Discuss the Compromise of 1820.

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--- Thomas Jefferson on the Missouri Compromise: "A Firebell in the Night."

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1821 - Letter, Thomas Jefferson to William Plummer concerning the Dartmouth College Case.

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1821 - Second Missouri Compromise Act

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1821 - Cohens vs. Virginia

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1823 - The Monroe Doctrine

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1823 - Thomas Jefferson on the Monroe Doctrine.

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1823 - John Quincy Adams Account of Cabinet Meeting, November 7, 1823.

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1823 - Rev. Dr. Richard Furman's Exposition on the Views of the Baptists relative to the Coloured Population in the United States.

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1824 - Gibbons vs. Ogden

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1825 - Broadside - "Good Jackson Times: Farmers are Doing Well.

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1825 - Inaugural Address of John Quincy Adams.

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1828 - South Carolina's Protest against the Tariff of 1828.

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1832 - Henry Clay- "In Defense of the American System."

 

Web Links

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MAP -- The Missouri Compromise.

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MAP - Presidential Election of 1828

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MAP - Of 1820 Showing Free and Slave Territories

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James Monroe - POTUS Site

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Thomas Jefferson on Slavery

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John Quincy Adams POTUS Site

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1824 Campaign Site

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1828 Campaign Site

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Letters of Rachel and Andrew Jackson

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The Capitol in 1827

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Old Supreme Court Chamber (Chamber 1)

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Old Supreme Court Chamber (Chamber 2)

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Old Senate Chamber

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Old House Chamber

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1828 Election - Coffin Handbill.

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Jackson's Marriage as a Campaign Issue

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The Death of Rachel Jackson

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The Hermitage Homepage

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Andrew Jackson's Inaugural

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Andrew Jackson's Inauguration (1829)

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Caricature of a Banker

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Andrew Jackson - The First Roughshod President

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William James Hubbard - Portrait of John Marshall

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William James Hubbard - Portrait of James Monroe.