PERIOD 4:

1800-1848

PERIOD 4 SHORT HISTORIES

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really, Period 4?!

The Erie Canal was part of a travel revolution of this period. Before it cost $100 to  ship flour from Detroit to New York. Afterwards it cost $6.

PERIOD 4 ARTIFACTS (aka, primary sources)

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Amerigo Vespucci, explorer, letter to his patron, 1502

Drawn and published by John Hailer, 1862

THE WAY OF GOOD AND EVIL

MCCULLOCH V. MARYLAND

The Supreme Court, 1819

President Andrew Jackson, 1832

JACKSON'S BANK VETO MESSAGE

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Seneca Falls Convention, 1848

SENECA FALLS ADDRESS

Sec of war, Henry Dearborn (written by President Jefferson), letter to Delawares and Shawnee nations of Indians, 1802

THE CHAIN OF FRIENDSHIP

President Thomas Jefferson, letter to Indiana territorial governor, William Henry Harrison, 1803

A STRATEGY FOR AMERICAN INDIAN LAND

A scene on the frontiers as presented by the humane British and their worthy allies, painting, William Charles, 1812

WIN WIN

Alexis De Tocqueville, French writer, letter to a European, 1502

AMERICA SECRET: INTEREST

Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglas, an American Slave, 1845

A SLAVE'S LESSON ABOUT LITERACY

Drawn and published by John Hailer, 1862

THE WAY OF GOOD AND EVIL

1807

NEW JERSEY STATE CONSTITUTION

Letter from political commentator Margaret Bayard Smith, 1829

 PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON’S FIRST INAUGURAL CELEBRATION

State of New York, 1817

RESPECTING NAVIGABLE COMMUNICATIONS

Senator John Calhoun, 1837.

SPEECH TO
THE SENATE

ROD'S PERIOD 4 LESSONS

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