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When did the Industrial Economy begin?

When did the Industrial Economy begin?

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School: Georgia State University
Department: History
Course: Survey of United States History
Professor: Amani marshall
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: history
Cost: Free
Name: US History
Description: Notes about the start of the America
Uploaded: 02/09/2017
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  • Daniel Shays takes charge of the rebellion of farmers of and Veterans in western Massachusetts in 1787.* Shays Rebellion
  • Points at: Articles of Confederation = weak

    1. Economic problem) aren't easily resolved by Articles of Confederation
    2.  requinny military action for problems resolved
    3. big division of classes or groupes
    4. don't want another Rebellion

  • James Madison's Virginia Plan 11787) offers a blueprint for the US Constitution & leads to a divide between Federalists and Anti Federalists over the constitution and what it should look like
  • Alexander Hamilton = biggest Federalist
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  • Delaware Plan (1777) ="no more slaves”
  • South cant slaves to have political power! =  3/5 Compromise
  • New England & the Dap Seth agree “dirty but compromise" at the Constitutional convention in 1787; New Englanders accept a constitutunul claim that protects the African Slave Trade Foc 20 yrs.
  • John C. Calhan & Andrew Jackson squared off the during Nullification Crisis, which involve the question of whether states can nullify (ignore) the rulings of the federal government
  • Industrial economy =  North Agricultural economy = South

    * Tariff = tax on imports and exports word

    * 1828 = law on goods and services imported and exported

  • John C. Colnan creates a pamphlet to help South Carolina
  • plan that says if a state agrees not to follow the law then its okay (nullification) = law that doesn't seem constitutional We also discuss several other topics like How is stress associated with polution?

  • Jam Adams gets people (Sons of Liberty) to oppose the Stamp Act
  • *go to the Stamp collectors and burn the house down*

  • Paul Revere's Depiction of the Boston of Massacre (1770) = 1st Blood Shed
  • misunderstanding = drunken sailors attack a British Soldier and then the other soldiers come and help them out!!! 5 died! *John Adams become the larger and future president.
  • send British soldiers and shut down Boston
  • Leads to April 19, 1775, when British troops and American militia troops clash at Lexington , outside of Massachusetts *Battle of Lexington*
  • Fighting During the American Revolution 11775-1783) happened throughout the colonies)
  • American Rewrition was a civil war that pitted Loyalists (loyal to king) against colonist
  • French help the colonist because of  war issues with British = common enemy
  • Revolution ends with the Treaty of Paris 1783 which recognizes the US as an dependent nation.
  • Articles of Confederation were a radically new form of a government based on republicanism. (1751) 12 Constitution
  • elect people to represent for the colonies
  • limiting power of central government
  • 1st branch Congress - only international problems, declare wars and settle disputes between colonies
  • Judith Murray = spoke out about women's rights after American revolution on the Equality of the Sexes" (1790)
  • Lord Disro's Prodamahin = offers freedom to all slaves who support the British (mostly in Virginia) (British governors)
  • Don't forget about the age old question of List the different the types of experiments.

  •  Origins of the American Revolution *
  • Franklin : Albany Plan
  • get congress representative to represent the colony and vote in issues in the government
  • all colonies didn't except the idea because they didn't have anything in common (1754)
  • Factors inhibit the development of intercolonial ties?
  • diversity of the British Colonies
  • Hands off colonial administration of the colonies
  • commerce and the consumer Revolution
  • British system of mercantilism send goods to England)
  • The seven years War is a global conflict and conflict over North American is just 1 part (*Everyone wants the land* ) - Europe, Africa, England, India...) (ends in 1763 from
  • Peace of Paris ) ( England wins)

    Don't forget about the age old question of What refers to the change in velocity over time?
    Don't forget about the age old question of Who earned the first doctorate in Psychology in 1878?
    Don't forget about the age old question of moral and nonmoral standards
    Don't forget about the age old question of What are the formulas in chemical structures that cannot be changed when balancing?

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