Nationalism

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Nationalism. What is Nationalism?. Nationalism is feelings of pride and loyalty to a nation. What are some signs of nationalism?. Background…. Following the War of 1812 we enter the period of history known as the Era of Good Feelings. 1815-1825 Time of peace, pride and progress.
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Nationalism What is Nationalism?
  • Nationalism is feelings of pride and loyalty to a nation.
  • What are some signs of nationalism? Background…
  • Following the War of 1812 we enter the period of history known as the Era of Good Feelings.
  • 1815-1825
  • Time of peace, pride and progress
  • Why did the Era of Good Feelings occur?
  • Won an international war – War of 1812
  • Settled, in our favor, many border and land use disputes.
  • Examples:
  • Rush-Bagot Agreement
  • Adams – Onis Agreement
  • Convention 1818
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • Increased Manufacturing
  • Increased power and control of the federal government
  • Who is Henry Clay?
  • Member of both the House of Representatives and the Senate from Kentucky
  • Gifted speaker
  • Speaker of the House – longest serving
  • Great Compromiser
  • What was the American System? A series of measures passed in 1816 intended to make the United States economically self-sufficient and reduce regional conflicts.
  • Create a National Bank
  • Tariff on all imported goods
  • Internal improvements like roads and canals How do these 3 things make the United States economically self sufficient???
  • American Economic Independence Improved Manufacturing Improved Trade National bank would provide a single currency and improve interstate trade Interstate trade is improved with the improved transportation system allowing goods to get to and from different areas of the country
  • Tariff on all foreign goods allows American manufacturing to take hold at competitive prices
  • The Supreme Courts Position on the American System McCulloch v. Maryland Gibbons v. Ogden 1824 States could not interfere with the power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce
  • 1819
  • Stated that Congress had implied powers to pass and create a National Bank
  • What internal improvements were made with the American System?
  • Cumberland Road – first road built by the federal government from Cumberland, Maryland to Wheeling, West Virginia (today)
  • Erie Canal – allowed goods to travel from Albany, New York to Buffalo.
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