Unit 5 Timeline Project: Cassie Rogers P-1

  • The Cumberland Road

    The Cumberland Road
    Cumberland Road The Cumberland Road, also known as the National Road, was the first federal highway in the United States ever built. For several years, this was the main route for many people in what was know at the time to be the Northwest Territory. The Cumberland Road had started being built in 1815 and hadn't been finished until 1850. The road had no tolls, and therefore was free, and was a huge help to many.
  • Era of Good Feelings

    Era of Good Feelings
    Era of Good Feelings The Era of Good Feelings was the national mood of the United States from 1815 to 1825. Thanks to the Napoleonic Wars ending, American citizens were in an amazing state of mind and an overall great mood.
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    Jacksonian Era

    This was many events that Andrew Jackson had taken parts in, from 1815 to 1850.
  • Erie Canal

    Erie Canal
    Canal History The Erie Canal, also known as "Clinton's Ditch", was a fantastic waterway that many immigrants had worked long and hard on to make it easier for others. It's construction began in 1817 and ended in 1825. While the population of the area was growing the canal was prospering because it was not only a great new way for good trnsportation, but also a new vaction spot. The canal helped to transport and amaze people.
  • The Emergence of Sectionalism

    The Emergence of Sectionalism
    Sectionalism The sectionalsim of 1820 had created a legal line between the free and slaved states. It encouraged people to see these as seperate sections. The division of the country would eventually go down hill and lead to peril of the Union.
  • Election of John Quincy Adams

    Election of John Quincy Adams
    The 1824 Election The elction of John Adams was the first time there were no candidates running as federalists, while most ran as democratic-republican. The election was close, and suprised many people. Nobody had the majority of the electorial college votes, so the House of Representitives had to choose betweent he top two, Adams and Clay. A corrupt bargain had taken place and Adams won.
  • Sequoya writes the Cherokee Language

    Sequoya writes the Cherokee Language
    Sequoya Creates a New LanguageFor a long time, the Cherokee Indians had no way to write their language, that is until Sequoya came along. Sequoya had grown up with the Cherokees, and learned their ways and how to do many things. Sequoya was a silvermith, and wanted to put his name on his work, but nobody knew how. He visited a farmer who had taught him how to write his name in English. He got an exstatic idea of coming up with a way to write the Cherokee Indian language. He made symbols for the words. He was brilliant.
  • Tariff of Abominations

    Tariff of Abominations
    The Tariff of Abominations During th Tariff of Abominations the prices on foreign foods are made more expensive, then because they don't want to buy more expensive food, they buy more of the U.S goods, and lastly the northern industrial states profit from all of the increased business.
  • Election of Andrew Jackson

    Election of Andrew Jackson
    The 1828 Presidential Election The presidential election of 1828 was the dirtiest one ever in history. It is believed that Jackson's wife Rachel was driven to a death from a heart attack because of the political drama. It was clear at the end that Jackson had won, with a huge percentage of all the votes.
  • Gold is Discovered

    Gold is Discovered
    Georgia Goldrush America's first goldrush started in Georgia in 1829, and totally went off after that. The goldrush was an amzing discovery by the Cherokee Nation. As soon as the first discovery took place, everything just took off, and by 1830 there were more than 4,000 workers just in the one area of Georgia which is now known as Lumpkin County.
  • Choctaw, Creek and Chicasaw Removal

    Choctaw, Creek and Chicasaw Removal
    Indian Tribes Removal The Choctaw Removal was in 1830, the Creek Removal was in 1814, and the Chickasaw Removal was in 1836. Each one was an act to remove Indians from there land to somewhere else.
  • Worchester vs. Georgia

    Worchester vs. Georgia
    Worchester vs. Georgia When the sate of Georgia began moving the Cherokee Indians by force, the tribe appealed to the supreme court, asking them to give them their rights. When the case took place, the court was in the Cherokees favor, but president Jackson refused to enforce the verdict. Congress made it a right that they can have and keep their land and go anywhere in their boundaries.
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    <ahref='' >Indian Removal Act</a> The Indian Removal Act in 1830 was an act to move Indians to move west. Andrew Jackson had signed this act into law. Some Indians just moved easily and peacefully, while the other majority resisted. The Cherokees were forced to move west by the U.S government. About 4,000 Indians did in the march there.
  • Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia

    Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia
    Cherokee Nation vs. Sate of Georgia In the case of the Cherokee Nation against the state of Georgia, the Cherokee Indian's had wanted to claim their land back, which was granted to them. Once the Cherokee Indian's struck gold, evreyone wanted some and didn't care that it was there land. The Cherokees wanted their land, and people wanted gold. Therefore no one won the case.
  • Sauk Removal

    Sauk Removal
    <ahref='' >Indian Removal</a> The Sauk Removal started in 1832 and ended in 1850. When Europeans started colonizing North America, they had troubles dealing with the Indian inhabitants. In most cases, the Indians were relocated to different land.
  • President Jackson Vetoes the 2nd National Bank of America

    President Jackson Vetoes the 2nd National Bank of America
    American President President Andrew Jackson vetoed a bill for te second Bank of the United States, it was one of the biggest things he had ever done as a president. The bank was created after the war of 1812. Even though people knew that the banks helped stabalize America's money, they didn't like they idea of it. Jackson didn't care, and vetoed it anyways.
  • Nullification Crisis

    Nullification Crisis
    Nullification Crisis In the late 1820's, the north was mostly becoming industialized and the south was remaining agricultural. When a highly protected tariff was passed, it made the south furiated because they felt that it only benifited the north. The tariff went to cloth makers, who were mostly int he north. Henry Clay eventually revised the tariff with a compromise bill.
  • Second Seminole War

    Second Seminole War
    Second Seminole War Before the Second Seminole War, people were killing others, and it was these incidents that had started the war. By 1837 they managed to force a truce. By 1842 the war ended.
  • Election of Martin Van Buren

    Election of Martin Van Buren
    American President Van Buren had won the election in 1836 for many reasons. Although the Whig party had given him some stiff competition, he still managed to win because he had attractive political and personal qualities, Jackson's popularity and endorsement, the organization of the democratic party, and he was a great candidate.
  • Panic of 1837

    Panic of 1837
    The Panic of 1837 Van Buren's primary concern during his presidency was about the Panic of 1837. The three main problems that lead to the panic were English banks, U.S banks, and president Andrew Jackson;s hard money policies. The economy was shot and everyone was in a huge panic.
  • Trail of Tears

    Trail of Tears
    Trail of Tears The Trail of Tears was a difficult and sometimes deadly journey. At the beginning of the 1830's, almost 125,000 Native American's lived on millions of acres of land that their ancestors had cultivated for generations. Then came along white settlers who wanted to grow cotton on their land, so the federal government forced them out of their own land, and they had to leave their homeland and walk thousands of miles away.