american studies

  • Period: to

    1800-1850

  • The election

    The election was moved in the middle of the 1800, Republicans once again backed up jefferson for president, Hoping they would avoid strange outcomes, they wants hamilton to be president but he wasn't eligible.
  • The campaign

    The candidates outlined their campaign issues early, Jefferson promised to run a frugal and simple government, but adams ran on his record of peace and prosperity but the campaign was mostly based on insults than on issues
  • Breaking the tie

    If there was a tie in the election the result would be sent to the house of representatives, There each state has one vote. Burr should have told his supporters to elect Jefferson as president but he didn’t.
  • D.C. is used for the first time as the nations capitol

    D.C. is used for the first time as the nations capitol
    A Secret meeting was held in Washington D.C to dicuss the Louisiana Purchese.
  • Populatin growth

    Populatin growth
    Population- 5,309,000 to 7,239,881 people
  • invention of the locomotive.

     invention of the locomotive.
    The Locomotive was the first
  • Embargo Act

    Embargo Act
    Bans international trades with the America.
  • James Madison in office

    When James Madison was elected in 1809 he tried a new approach to protect the us at seas. He offered the french and the british a deal, If they stopped attacking them, We would stop trading with their enemies.
  • 1811 Censis

    1811 Censis
  • War of 1812

    Madison chose to abandon isolationism at request, congress declared war on british June 17, 1812, This was a very bold step to a nation of 7,000 poorly trained men.
  • Capital burned

    Capital burned
    1814- British troops set fire to the United States capitol, Washington D.C., in retaliation for the US burning York, Toronto.
  • The First Seminole War (1817-1818)

    The First Seminole War (1817-1818)
    The First Seminole War (1817-1818) was fought because the Seminole Indians were forced to reloctate to west Florida and they fought the american army and was deffeted.
  • 20th state

    20th state
    The state of Mississippi is allowed to enter the Union as the 20th state, when Congress admits the state on December 10, 1817.
  • Bachleor Tax

    Missouri imposes a $1 bachelor tax on unmarried men between 21 & 50
  • Pre emotion act

    Congress passes a Pre-emption Act which grants settlers the right to purchase at $1.25 per acre 160 acres of public land which they have cultivated for at least 12 months, thereby offering "squatters" some protection against speculators who purchase lands they have already improved.
  • Mormonism

    Mormonism
    Mormonism, formally known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a published by Smith in 1830.
  • Election

    The presidental eclection of 1830 was one of the dirtiest elections in amaerican history.
  • Martin Van Buren

    Basically the trouble was the 19th-century cyclical economy of "boom and bust," which was following its regular pattern, but Jackson's financial measures contributed to the crash. His destruction of the Second Bank of the United States had removed restrictions upon the inflationary practices of some state banks; wild speculation in lands, based on easy bank credit, had swept the West. To end this speculation, Jackson in 1836 had issued a Specie Circular requiring that lands be purchased with har
  • British Free the slaves in the britich colonies

    British Free the slaves in the britich colonies
    Parliament Ordered Slaves From The British Colonies To Be Free And Compensates The Slaveholders Within One Hundred And Twenty Million Pounds.
  • Texas wins its independence

    Texas wins its independence
    Sam Houston, the commander of the texas revolutionary army understood texans rage, but as santa anna pushed on, Houstons only hope was to retreat eastward, but lureing santa anna deeper into texas he hoped to make it harder for the general to supply is army and keep battle ready
  • To annex texas or not

    To annex texas or not
    Now independent country texas became known as the lonestar republic because of the single star on its flag. But most texans were americans who wanted texas to be apart of the united states.
  • All of oregon or half

    Along with texas, " Oregon fever " also played a role in the 1844 presidential campain polk won the election with stirring sloggans such as " all of oregan or not! " Fifty-four forty or fight, Oilk promised that he would not rest until the inuted states had annexed with all of oregon county