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History Notes for the Seventh Grade: Revised I (Classic Reprint)
by:Robert John McLaughlin
History Notes for the Seventh Grade Note. Review the following from Sixth Grade History Notes :T he Causes of the Revolution; the Second Continental Congress; the Declaration of I ndependence; the alliance with France; the treaty of peace; the Articles cf Confederation; the events leading to the adoption of the Constitution; the adoption of the...
History Notes for the Seventh Grade Note. Review the following from Sixth Grade History Notes :T he Causes of the Revolution; the Second Continental Congress; the Declaration of I ndependence; the alliance with France; the treaty of peace; the Articles cf Confederation; the events leading to the adoption of the Constitution; the adoption of the Constitution; the Ordinance of 1787; the state of the country and the extent of the territory occupied; finances under Washington sadministration; the purchase of Louisiana; the exploration of the Oregon country; the influence of the Democratic spirit; causes and results of the War of 1812; the Missouri Compromise; the Monroe Doctrine; the Tariff question; the growth of sectional feeling; inventions and improvements, with their effects (the steamboat, the Erie Canal, the railroad, the telegraph, the McC ormick reaper, the screw propeller). Polk s Administration (1845 1849). I. James K. Polk, of Tennessee, was elected president by the Democratic party, serving from 1845 to 1849. Note. In the election of 1844, Henry Clay was the Whig candidate, and for the third time this popular orator failed to win the presidency. Polk was able and industrious, but narrow in his views. In his cabinet, James Buchanan was Secretary of State, and George Bancroft, Secretary of the Navy. 2. The War with Mexico. There were two causes of the Mexican War: First, the United States had admitted Texas into the Union, although its independence had never been acknowledged by Mexico, from whom it had revolted. Second, both the United States and Mexico claimed the land lying between the Eio Grande and the Nueces River. When General Taylor occupied this disputed territory, war broke out. Note. Texas stretched from the Rio Grande on the west to the Sabine Kiver on the east, and from the Gulf of Mexico on the souths to the Rod River and the Arkansas Ri(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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