CH12 – The Second War for Independence & the Upsurge of Nationalism
Time Frame: 1812-1824
Objectives: At the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
- Explain why the War of 1812 was so politically divisive and poorly fought by the United States.
- Americans and British Face Off in War of 1812 — History.com Video
- Politics in The War of 1812
- Describe the crucial military developments of the War of 1812, and explain why Americans experienced more success on water than on land.
- The war of 1812
- Andrew Jackson Defends New Orleans in War of 1812 — History.com Video
- The War of 1812 in the Collections of the Lilly Library | The War of 1812 in the Collections of the Lilly Library : Old Northwest 1812
- Identify the terms of the Treaty of Ghent, and outline the short-term and long-term results of the War of 1812.
- Treaty of Ghent: War of 1812 : PBS
- Our Documents – Treaty of Ghent (1814)
- Describe and explain the burst of American nationalism that followed the War of 1812.
- The War Of 1812: Nationalism and Sectionalism
- Chapter 8: Varieties of American Nationalism
- Describe the major political and economic developments of the period, including the death of the Federalist Party, the so-called Era of Good Feelings, and the economic depression that followed the Panic of 1819.
- SparkNotes: The War of 1812 (1809-1815): Hartford Convention (1814)
- The Era of Good Feelings and the Two-Party System [ushistory.org]
- Panic of 1819 – Ohio History Central – A product of the Ohio Historical Society
- Describe the furious conflict over slavery that arose in 1819, and indicate how the Missouri Compromise at least temporarily resolved it.
- Missouri Compromise — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts
- A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774 – 1875
- Indicate how John Marshall’s Supreme Court promoted the spirit of nationalism through its rulings in favor of federal power.
- John Marshall’s Judicial Mind – Marshall’s Nationalism
- New Page 3– Court cases, decisions and their significance.
- Describe the Monroe Doctrine and explain its real and symbolic significance for American foreign policy and for relations with the new Latin American republics.
- Avalon Project – Monroe Doctrine; December 2 1823
- Office of the Historian – Milestones – 1801-1829 – Monroe Doctrine, 1823
- Monroe Doctrine — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts
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