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What happens when the government placed a tax on the distillation of w

What happens when the government placed a tax on the distillation of w

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School: University of Texas at Arlington
Department: History
Course: History
Professor: Rufki salihi
Term: Fall 2016
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LOWELL MILL


What happens when the government placed a tax on the distillation of whiskey?



In 1810 francis cabot Lowell made a casual tour to brit textile mills  Every night sketched designs  

He worked with boston mechanic paul moody made more efficient cotton mill Invented power loom now all aspects of textile could be done under 1 roof Efficiency allowed them to survive brit comp following 1812 war Women and children  

Board houses

50% children 25% women

WHISKEY REBELLION

Insummer of 1794, afarmer rebellionbrokeout

Toproduceneededrevenuegovt placedtaxondistillationof whiskey, whichmanyfarm familiesproducedwiththeir surplusesof corn Don't forget about the age old question of m408c

Protestedthatthenewtaxrancointer totherpinciplesof revolution

Thecitizensof mingocreekdecaledinternaltaxesonfoodconsumptionaremost dangeriosuto thetothecivil rightsof freemanandmustintheendestroylibertiesof everyvountyr theyr introin


What is the significance of lowell mill?



We also discuss several other topics like What is the singular value decomposition?

Itturnedviolent whenmingcreekmilitiaattemptedtoseizetaxcollector Washingtonsentfederal amyof 13000menandcapturedwesternpenn Authoritesareested20judgesconvicted2oftreasron

Rebel settledWashingtonpardoned

TRANSPORTATION REVOLUTION

Betwenn1800and1840

Improvedroadscanalsandbridgesallowedeasymovementfor people,ideasgoodsandfoster economicgrowthalsoencouragednationalismaslandbasedtradedirectedattentiontolarge continental market

Exmillsat Lowell usedsoutherngrowncottontospinandweavefabricstosell inAmericathan export

Canalsandsteamboats

Cheaper faster couldcarrybulkygoodslikegrain

Major commercial linkintheMississippi ohioriver system

Eriecanal linkbtwnycandgreatlakesthruHudsonriver


What happen in shays rebellion?



We also discuss several other topics like extend like roots from the cell body to receive incoming messages from thousands of adjoining neurons.

By183050000peopleayear movingwest oncanal

1807robertfultoncommercial feasibilityof steamboatstardeat muchfaster rate

railroads

most remarkable

from13milesin1830to31000in1860

safeandfeasible

local communitieswerelinkedtonational markets

SHAYS’ REBELLION

Shays’ rebellion

Pelhammass1786 Don't forget about the age old question of thomas perring ucr

Agpof sevreal dozenfarermsjoinedhundredsof menfromother town

Most menindebt msnyalreadyspenttimei debt prison

Daniel shayadecoratedoffcr andleader of Pelham

Countrywasinpost war economicdepressionwhichstruckfaremrsreallyhard Similar conditionsinVermont, penn, Maryland, virginia

Merchant dominatedlegislaturerejectedtheir pleaandrasiedproptaxwhichstatehad accumulatedduringrevolution

Jan1787rbel got crushedbyamilitiaforceraisedbywhiteshirtsfinancedbymerchnats 15leaderstriedandsentencedtodeath If you want to learn more check out cbio 3400 uga

2hangedremainder aprdoned

4000faremrs templosttheir righttoholdofficeandvote

nxttheyappointedanewgovandnewlegislaturewhichpassedamoratoriumondebtsandcut taxesto10%of previousone

best effect of shayrebellionnot onsolvingprobfor poor but distributionfo wealthbtwpoorn andrichandpower betweenststeandentral govt

JOHN MARSHALL

MarburyvsMadison1803

Johnruledthat Marburywasentitledtopost but supremecourt didn’t havethepower toforce executivebranchtogiveittohim.

Est princi ofjudicial reviewbyrulingasunconspart of judiciaryact of 1789 Onlyfederal judiciarycudsaywhatlawisthusdefendingindependenceof judiciary Under marshall’sdecisionsupremecourt becameapowerful nationalizingforce 1801-1835favoredcasesinfavor of fedgovt

CherokeenationvsGeorgia1831

Worcester vsGeorgia1832

Marshall ruledthat Cherokeesthoughnot astateor foreignnation wereadomestic dependent nationthat cudnot beforcedbystateof Georgiatogiveitslandagainstitswill Don't forget about the age old question of bu ch101

johnmarshall avirginianhamiltonfed, longest seatedsupremecourtjustice, ppl most indutriousclear wayfor themeconomicopptopreserveamericanlibertyprotectedproperty rights,predicatbleeconomicsystem,

JEFFORSON VS HAMILTON

JEFFERSON

∙ Followedrousse

∙ Nationof farmers

∙ Notariffs

∙ Awayfromindustralizaton

∙ Sidedwithfrance

∙ Keytosuccessbeignconnectivity

toland

∙ Verysmall anddistant govt

∙ Wantedppltoexpandto west and

frofarmingandbecome

indepndent

CHARLES RIVER BRIDGE CASE

HAMILTON

∙ Followedbrit andScottish

enlightenemntthinkersadamsmith andhume

∙ Setupnational bank

∙ Somearemoretalentedneeda scoeitywheretheycanmakewayto topusingothers

∙ Hamiltonwantedtradewithppl offeringlowestprice

∙ Partiallysidedwithbrit

∙ Economicoppallowsindependence ∙ Needagovt dedeicat dtoeconomic growth

∙ Domesticindusty

∙ Tariffs

∙ Keepthempulledtoeast availableas cheaplabor

Adecisionhandeddownbysupremecourtin1837

Charlesriver bridgevswarrenbridge

Supportedeconomicoppbydenyingmonopoly

roger taney supreme court judge after marshal dies in 1835

in boston

for feasibletransportationacrosscharlesriver

commonwealthstatelegislaturegavemonopolytocharlesferrycompany they put tolls

went on for coupleof decades

techadvancement

built bridge

warrenriver bridgecompanyaskstopayfor bridgebuidlingandwont chargeanything charlessuewarren

chalreslosebecausetheyhadmonopolyof ferry

taneywasprobusiness

BANK OF US

∙ Assecondcomponent of fiscal programalexander Hamiltonestablishedbankof united states(apubliccorpfundedbyprivatecapital)

∙ It wudserveasdepositoryof govtfundsandfiscal agent oftreasury ∙ For theunspokenpurposeof economicoppforAmericanliberty

∙ In1791inspiteoppositionfromMadisonandother people,Washingtongot persuaded fromHamiltonandsignedthebill

∙ In1816, congressgranteda20year charter to2ndbankof US

∙ Withthirtybranches,bankprimarilyactedascurrencystabilizer bycontrollingmoney supplyover statebanks

∙ By1832presidentAndrewJacksonhadgoneintopersonal conflict withNicholasbiddle director of bank

∙ BanksidedwithhenryclayandDaniel webster precipitatedtheconflict bymakingearly applicationfor recharteringthebank

∙ Congressapprovedapplicationinjuly1832

∙ Jacksonvetoit announcingtoviceprezVanburen“thebankistryingtokill mebutI will kill it”

∙ Jacksonclaimedtospeakfor “humblemembersosociety– farmersmechlabors“said that bankwasonlybenefittingrich

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