American History 1: Rea's Quick Access Reference Chart
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Abolitionists Adams anti-slavery argued army ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION Battle bill of rights Boston Britain settled British troops Burr Calhoun California Canada capture Carolina Chesapeake Colleges colonies commerce Compromise called Congress Continental Congress Convention COTTON KINGDOM Court Democrats DEVELOPMENTS Douglas ECONOMIC ELECTION England expanded farmers farms favored Federalists Florida Fugitive Slave Law Grenville’s policies grew H. D. Thoreau Hamilton immigration Indians industrial issue of slavery Jackson Jefferson King Land Ordinance Lecompton constitution led by Clay Lincoln Madison MANIFEST DESTINY McCormick’s reaper Mexican Mexico MISSOURI COMPROMISE national Negotiates north of Ohio Northern Ohio River opposed Oregon Pennsylvania platform political POLK’S popular sovereignty power pro-slavery prohibit slavery Quartering Act Rebellion repeal Republican Party River slave catchers slave trade slave uprising slavery problem South Southern Spain Stamp Act system Tariff taxes Texas Treaty Treaty of Paris TROUBLES IN KANSAS Tyler U.S. territory U.S. trade Virginia vote Washington west Whigs wing nominates