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Chapter 12: The Second War for Independence and the Upsurge of Nationalism I. Identifications
1. Rush-Bagot Agreement:

2. Second Bank of the United States:

3. Adams-Onis Treaty:

4. Panic of 1819:

5. Tallmadge Amendment:

6. Missouri Compromise:

7. John Marshall:

8. Monroe Doctrine:

II. Guided Reading Questions
On to Canada over Land and Lakes
1. Why was the United States Navy able to have success in the fight for Canada?

Washington Burned and New Orleans Defended
2. How did Andrew Jackson achieve some measure of retribution in New Orleans for the British actions in Washington?

The Treaty of Ghent
3. Was the Treaty of Ghent advantageous to the United States? Explain.
Federalist Grievances and the Hartford Convention
4. Despite an upsurge in patriotism elsewhere, what did some New England Federalists propose at the Hartford Convention, and what was the ultimate impact of the Hartford Resolutions on the Federalists?

The Second War for American Independence
5. What were the long term effects of the War of 1812?

Nascent Nationalism
6. What evidence of nationalism surfaced after the War of 1812?

"The American System"
7. In what ways could nationalism be seen in the politics and economics of the post-war years?

The So-Called Era of Good Feelings
8. To what extent was James Monroe's presidency an Era of Good Feelings?

The Panic of 1819 and the Curse of Hard Times
9. Explain the causes and effects of the Panic of 1819.

Growing Pains of the West
10. What factors led to the settlement of the West in the years following the War?

Slavery and the Sectional Balance
11. Why was Missouri's request for statehood so explosive?

The Uneasy Missouri Compromise
12. "Neither the North nor South was acutely displeased, although neither was completely happy." Explain.

John Marshall and Judicial Nationalism
13. Explain Marshall's...
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