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Hist 1100 - Survey of American History to 1865

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Reader Page 104 118 Emily Christensen James Madison s Address for a Declaration of War 1812 Chapter 14 Belligerent acts against US from Great Britain he believed needed to result in war New England threated to secede to avoid war Madison s reasoning behind sending troops into combat was to be questioned for its legitimacy and constitutionality Speech to Congress June 1 1812 American citizens have been taken away from their country and dragged onto ships of war of a foreign nation o To risk their lives for their oppressors British cruisers violated the coast of the US Great staples of America have been cut off Encourage perseverance and to enlarge pretensions Virtuous free and powerful nation Missouri Enabling Act 1820 Chapter 15 Keep number of free and slave states in the US equal 11 each Free states had control over house of representatives Abraham Lincoln wanted to keep slavery out of the territories Section 2 middle of Mississippi river on the parallel of 36 degrees of north latitude to the St Francois River Kansas City River to Missouri River Section 3 Free white male citizens of the US who arrived at age 21 and have lived in territory are qualified to be elected Section 4 If elected they are to meet at the seat of government on the second Monday of the month of June Section 5 one representative per state in the house of representatives Section 6 1 land for schools 2 Cant lease or sell for more than 10 years 3 5 net proceeds of sale goes to congress 4 four sections of land will be granted to the said state 5 36 sections or one entire township reserved for seminary Section 7 if Missouri creates government it needs to be transmitted to congress Section 8 Louisiana isn t within the boundaries but must follow the laws The Monroe Doctrine 1823 Chapter 16 Established during James Monroe 7th annual message to Congress US would not tolerate European interference Existing colonies of any European power they have wont be interfered Europe was unsettled Leave parties to



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