Compare and contrast America’s foreign policy relationships with Britain and Mexico in the 1840s. Why were most disputes with Britain able to be negotiated, while those with Mexico were not?

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A. What would you consider the single most worthwhile reform movement of the early nineteenth century? Why would this be the most important?

B. Compare and contrast America’s foreign policy relationships with Britain and Mexico in the 1840s. Why were most disputes with Britain able to be negotiated, while those with Mexico were not?

C. Do you think that by the end of 1854 the two sections (North and South) had reached an impasse and that Civil War was inevitable sooner or later? Why or why not?

D. Beyond its resources and numbers, what other factors contributed to the Union victory in the Civil War? Of these factors, which one would you identify as the most important? Why?

1. Identify and state the historical significance of the following:

a. Charles G. Finney

b. Joseph Smith

c. Brigham Young

d. Horace Mann

e. Noah Webster

f. Dorothea Dix

g. Elizabeth Cady Stanton

h. William Lloyd Garrison

i. Frederick Douglass

j. Sojourner Truth

2. Describe and state the historical significance of the following:

a. Second Great Awakening

b. Oberlin College

c. transcendentalism

d. Seneca Falls Convention

e. American Colonization Society

f. American Anti-Slavery Society

g. Underground Railroad

3. What were the major changes in American religion in the early nineteenth century? How were these changes linked to the spirit of democracy?

4. Why did the North, on the whole, react negatively to the radical abolitionists? Did the abolitionist arguments really affect northern public opinion?

5. What explains the outburst of abolitionism after about 1830? Could slavery have been abolished peacefully before that time?

6. Identify and state the historical significance of the following:

a. John Tyler

b. John Sutter

c. John C. Fremont

d. Stephen F. Austin

e. Sam Houston

f. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna

g. James K. Polk

h. Winfield Scott

i. Zachary Taylor

7. Describe and state the historical significance of the following:

a. Webster-Ashburton Treaty

b. “manifest destiny”

c. Lone Star Republic

d. Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo

8. What were the immediate and deeper causes of the Mexican War?

9. Was there any validity to the charge that the Texas annexation and Mexican War were attempts to expand slavery? Why or why not?

10. In which territory—Texas, California, or Oregon—was America’s claim best? In which was it worst? Explain the reasoning behind your conclusions.

11. Identify and state the historical significance of the following:

a. Franklin Pierce

b. Millard Fillmore

c. James Buchanan

d. Stephen A. Douglas

e. Abraham Lincoln

f. John Brown

g. John J. Crittenden

12. Describe and state the historical significance of the following:

a. Wilmot Proviso

b. popular sovereignty

c. Free Soil Party

d. Compromise of 1850

e. Fugitive Slave Act (1850)

f. Kansas-Nebraska Act

g. Lecompton Constitution

h. Dred Scott v. Sandford

i. Freeport Doctrine

13. Was popular sovereignty a reasonable compromise between the sections on the slavery expansion issue? Could it have worked under any circumstances? Why or why not?

14. Why did the Fugitive Slave Law stir many ordinary northerners into antislavery feeling in a way that no other proslavery policies or actions did?

15. Compare and contrast the views of Clay, Webster, and Calhoun in the congressional debate that produced the Compromise of 1850.

16. Identify and state the historical significance of the following:

a. George B. McClellan

b. Robert E. Lee

c. Jefferson Davis

d. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson

e. Joseph E. Hooker

f. Ulysses S. Grant

g. George Pickett

h. William T. Sherman

i. Clara Barton

17. Describe and state the historical significance of the following:

a. Fort Sumter

b. First Battle of Bull Run

c. Battle of Shiloh

d. Battle of Antietam

e. Emancipation Proclamation

f. Battle of Vicksburg

g. Battle of Gettysburg

h. Thirteenth Amendment

i. Appomattox

18. Describe the Battle of Bull Run. Why was there a sense of naïve optimism, and what impact did the outcome have on both sides?

19. Describe the role black soldiers played in the Civil War. How widespread was their use, and how were they received by their fellow soldiers?

20. Which was the most decisive battle of the Civil War? Justify your answer.

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