Election of 1824 and 1828

Posted in Andrew Jackson, Uncategorized on November 16, 2017 by mrkufs

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Trail of Tears

Posted in Andrew Jackson on November 16, 2017 by mrkufs

Well done amateur documentary of the Trail of Tears and Cherokee Removal.

Andrew Jackson the Imperial President

Posted in Andrew Jackson on November 16, 2017 by mrkufs

This ten minute video looks at Jackson in more depth and is a critical portrayal.

Jackson Reinvents the Presidency

Posted in Andrew Jackson on November 16, 2017 by mrkufs

This article discusses if Andrew Jackson was in fact the first “modern” President.

King Andrew Jackson

Posted in Andrew Jackson on November 16, 2017 by mrkufs

King Andrew Jackson

This was a depiction of President Jackson used by political opponents who felt he went too far in his power.

7-8-9 Review Questions for the Exam

Posted in Sectionalism on November 13, 2017 by mrkufs

Review for Emma and anyone else that isn’t in class on 11/14

What were the 3 parts of Henry Clay’s American System and who did each favor (North/South/West)? (Chap 8)

Detail foreign policy of the era including the Rush-Bagot Agreement (1817), the Treaty of 1818, Florida issues, and the MONROE DOCTRINE: (Chap 8)

What was the detail the Missouri Compromise of 1820? (Chap 8)

What were the effects of the War of 1812? (Chap 7)

What were effects of the “Market Revolution” on women? (Chap 8)

Explain the 4 parts of the Transportation Revolution of the 1820’s and 1830’s with an example for each? (Chap 8)

What were some examples of changes and growth of industry in this era? (Chap 8)

What were details of Slavery in the South in this era? (Chap 9)

What were details of White Society in the South in this era? (Chap 9)

What was immigration like in this era? (Chap 9)

APUSH Review Chapter 7-8-9 Amsco Video

Posted in Sectionalism, Uncategorized on November 13, 2017 by mrkufs

Market Revolution Era With John Green

Posted in Early National Years on November 7, 2017 by mrkufs

Watch from :30 to 5:00 for a summary of the Nationalism/Economic Growth Era of 1816-1848 in America.

The Missouri Compromise (1820)

Posted in Early National Years on November 6, 2017 by mrkufs
Henry Clay, Chairman of the Select Committee o...

Henry Clay, Chairman of the Select Committee on the Various Propositions for the Admission of Missouri into the Union (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The United States in 1819. The Missouri Compro...

The United States in 1819. The Missouri Compromise prohibited slavery in the unorganized territory of the Great Plains (dark green) and permitted it in Missouri (yellow) and the Arkansas Territory (lower blue area). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Excellent 7 minute explanation of the Missouri Compromise and past DBQ essays and Free Response Essay questions from APUSH exams about the topic.

Remember, Henry Clay works the Compromise and Maine is admitted as a free state and Missouri as a slave state. All future territory in the west above the 36 30″ line of latitude will be free. It lasts 34 years but DOES NOT solve the problem for good.

The Monroe Doctrine (1823)

Posted in Early National Years on November 2, 2017 by mrkufs

A VERY brief explanation of 5th President James Monroe’s most important accomplishment-a statement that Europe was not to meddle with land in the Western Hemisphere.

3 Minute Lesson on the Star Spangled Banner

Posted in Early National Years on October 31, 2017 by mrkufs

Quick American System by Henry Clay Video

Posted in Uncategorized on October 30, 2017 by mrkufs

3 Minute War of 1812 Summary

Posted in Early National Years on October 30, 2017 by mrkufs

The Effect of the Embargo Act of 1807

Posted in Early National Years on October 30, 2017 by mrkufs

Jefferson’s Embargo Act of 1807 cut off trade with England and France.  It ended up costing America far more than it did the two European powers.  This political cartoon shows the snapping turtle as the Embargo Act nicking American Merchants.Ograbme

Mr. Price Sings About “Marbury v Madison” (1803)

Posted in Early National Years, federalism, Supreme Court on October 30, 2017 by mrkufs

First Quarterly Corrections

Posted in Test Things on October 26, 2017 by mrkufs

APUSH/SUNY 105-106

Multiple Choice Corrections

APUSH/SUNY 105-106 students have the opportunity to earn up to half of the points back for multiple choice corrections that they get wrong on a test.  In order to gain credit the following steps MUST be met:

  1. Turn in corrections with the original sheet
  2. Missed questions must have the correct answer.
  3. Explain WHY you put the answer that you did and why you know that the new answer is correct. These explanations are meant to be prose, not poetry.  The explanation is meant to make you reflect on your thought process.
  4. Where you specifically found the correct answer.
  5. Turn in the corrections by the deadline set by Mr. Kufs

INCORRECT SAMPLE:

#6.  D I guessed wrong.  I found the answer in my book.

CORRECT SAMPLE

#6.  New Answer:  D- I got #6 wrong because I thought that the Puritans came to the New World to get rich.  In reality, they came for religious freedom.  The answer was found on page 25 of Amsco. (or from the website link or whatever)

Election of 1800

Posted in Early National Years on October 23, 2017 by mrkufs

The Election of 1800 explained.

Hamilton the Musical-Adams Administration

Posted in 1790's on October 19, 2017 by mrkufs

I Know Him-King George III’s Thought of Washington Leaving

Posted in 1790's on October 19, 2017 by mrkufs

“One Last Time” Washington’s Farewell Address

Posted in 1790's on October 19, 2017 by mrkufs