H02

History Unit V

  • Ann Lee

    Ann Lee
    Anne Lee came to the United States from England.
  • Washington Irving

    Washington Irving
    Washington Irving became a very popular writer.
  • Grito De Dolores

    Grito De Dolores
    The Grito De Dolores speech was given.
  • Tariffs

    Tariffs
    Tariffs had risen steadily.
  • Cherokee Nation

    Cherokee Nation
    Jackson had offered each Cherokee a choice. They could move west or settle down on 640 acres of land.
  • Britian and U.S.

    Britian and U.S.
    Brittian and the U.S. had claimed the Oregon Country and agreed to occupy the region together.
  • Missouri Compromise of 1820

    Missouri Compromise of 1820
    The Missouri Compromise of 1820 was passed making Missouri a slave state and Maine a free state.
  • High School

    High School
    Boston set up the first public high school.
  • Agustin de Itrubide

    Agustin de Itrubide
    Agustin de Itrubide took over.
  • Tejanos

    Tejanos
    Texas had about 4000 Tenjaos.
  • Stephen Austin

    Stephen Austin led the first group of Americans to the Austin grant.
  • Mexico

    Mexico
    Mexico was independent andnot a shot had been fired.
  • Jedediah Smith

    Jedediah Smith
    Jedediah Smith led a party of hunters to western Wyoming.
  • William Becknell

    William Becknell
    William Becknell became the first wertern trader to carryhis goods in Conestoga wagons.
  • Thomas Cole

    Thomas Cole
    Thomas Cole began painting landscapes.
  • Cherokee and Constitution

    Cherokee and Constitution
    The Cherokee adopted a constitution, based on the United States Constitution, for a Cherokee Republic
  • New York

    New York
    New York abolished slavery.
  • California

    Jedediah Smith headed for California.
  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson
    Andrew Jackson won the presidential election of 1828.
  • President

    President
    Jackson was sworn in as president.
  • Slavery

    Slavery
    The Mexican government ended slavery.
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    Congress passed the Indian Removal Act.
  • Anglo-American

    Anglo-American
    Mexico closed Texas to Anglo-American settlers and banned the introduction of more slaves.
  • Joseph Smith

    Joseph Smith
    Joseph Smith founded the Curch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
  • Nat Tunrner's

    Nat Tunrner's
    Nat Turner's Rebellion happend.
  • Chief Justice John Marshall

    Chief Justice John Marshall
    Chie Justice John Marshall ruled that Georgia had no right to force the Cherokee to move.
  • Tariff lowered

    Tariff lowered
    Congress had the tariff lowered
  • Bank

    Bank
    Congress voted to renew the Charter of the bank.
  • Election of 1832

    Election of 1832
    The presidental election of 1832 was held.
  • Sam Houston

    Sam Houston
    Sam Houston moved to Texas to practice law.
  • Comprmise Tariff

    Comprmise Tariff
    Congress passed a Comprmise Tariff.
  • California Missions

    California Missions
    Mexican Congress ordered the missions to turn over half their lands to the Indians.
  • Santa Anna

    Santa Anna
    Santa Anna had becaome Mexico's dictator.
  • John Sutter

    John Sutter
    John Sutter set out for America.
  • Seminole Indians

    Seminole Indians
    The Seminole Indians refused to leave their lands in Florida.
  • San Antonio

    San Antonio
    Santa Anna and his troops attacked San Antonio.
  • The Banks Charter

    The Banks Charter
    The Banks Charter ran out.
  • Martin Van Buren

    Martin Van Buren
    Martin Van Buren was elected for President.
  • Raise the Rent!

    Raise the Rent!
    Mill owners in Lowell, Massachusetts raised the rent on the houses where the workers lived. The workers then whent on strike.
  • Wesleyan College

    Wesleyan College
    Wesleyan College opened and was the first women's college.
  • Annexed

    Annexed
    Texas asked Congress to be *annexed to the Union.
  • Osceola

    Osceola
    An American general called a truce to discuss peace with Oseceola.
  • The Panic of 1837

    The Panic of 1837
    The Collapse of the nation's money system caused the Panic of 1837.
  • Factories

    Factories
    Almost 90% of the nation's factories closed down in 1837.
  • Move West

    Move West
    The Cherokee moved west.
  • California

    California
    John Sutter headed for California.
  • Whigs

    Whigs
    The Whigs chose William Henry Harrison to run for President.
  • Ten-Hour day

    Ten-Hour day
    President Van Buren put in plaen-hour day for all public workers.
  • Antislavery Movment

    Antislavery Movment
    Leaders of the antislavery movement gathered in London, England.
  • Thee Census of 1841

    Thee Census of 1841
    The census of 1841 happend.
  • Potatoes

    Potatoes
    A disease attacked thee potato crop.
  • The Emigrants' Guide

    The Emigrants' Guide
    The Emigrants' Guide explained everything.
  • New Mexican Government

    New Mexican Government
    A new Mexcican Government came to power.
  • No liquor

    No liquor
    Maine passed a law banning the sale of liquor.
  • The Mexican War

    The Mexican War
    Congress declared war on Mexico which started the Mexican War.
  • Levi Strauss

    Levi Strauss
    Levi Strauss came to America.
  • Brigham Young

    Brigham Young
    Brigham Young led a party out on the Oregon Trail.
  • Genral Winfield Scott

    Genral Winfield Scott
    Mexico City fell to Genral Winfield Scott's troops.
  • Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

    Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
    The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the Mexican War.
  • California Gold Rush of 1849

    California Gold Rush of 1849
    The California Gold Rush of 1849 started.
  • California

    California
    California became a state.
  • Moby-Dick

    Moby-Dick
    Moby-Dick was published.
  • Land

    Land
    Mexico sold the U.S. a strip of land for $10 million.
  • Women's Rights

    Women's Rights
    New York passed a law giving women rights to their own property.
  • President

    President
    Susan B. Anthony tried to vote in the presidnential election.