New Video: AP US History Video 46: The Fighting Over Slavery Stops Temporarily and Some Issues for Debate.
Notes for AP US History Video 46: The Fighting Over Slavery Stops Temporarily and Some Issues for Debate.
What We’re Covering Here:
• The Fighting Over Slavery Stops Temporarily. 0:30
• The Creation of the Missouri Compromise. 0:53
• Details of the Missouri Compromise. 1:57
• Crittenden’s Compromise: 2:56
• John Quincy Adams. 4:47
• The Annexation of Texas and Slavery. 6:27
• 1844 Election & Annexation of Texas. 7:27
• Conflicts in the West. 8:55
• Discussion and Exam Prep: 10:30
• Jackson as Advocate of the Common Man. 11:57
• Jackson’s Recent Image as Authoritarian. 15:28
• Replacing Jackson on the $20 Bill? 18:57
• Social and Political History. 20:33
• Reform Movements. 21:58
• Matter of Perspective – “Manifest Destiny” or Crass Imperialism? 24:24
• Did You Find This Video Useful? 28:34
• Contact Me! Facebook, Instagram, Email, Phone. 31:16
• NOTE: This is NOT a Substitute for Your Classes, Text, Etc. 32:22
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• Any webpages / resources referenced below.
Links for References/Links to Relevant Topics:
A Trifle Embarrassed: http://manifestdestinytt.weebly.com/a...
Woman's Christian Temperance Union - Wikipedia
Crittenden Compromise - Wikipedia
Frederick Jackson Turner - Wikipedia
Jackson : “John Marshall has made his decision, now let him enforce it.”
| National Council on Public History (ncph.org)
Worcester v. Georgia: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/supremecourt/...
“John Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it.” http://www.pbs.org/wnet/supremecourt/...
Harriet Tubman on the new $20 bill: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/21/us...
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