Holzer reading selection for October 31 homework:

Please click the link, to complete the reading, about the historical record of the Lincoln-Douglas debates and historian Harold Holzer's basic theory about the significance of these debates:
http://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jala/2629860.0015.105?rgn=main;view=fulltext
And, if you want further clarification, you may view an interview with the author here:
http://www.booknotes.org/Watch/49145-1/Harold+Holzer.asp
There will be a quiz based on this significance; make sure to read and remember the text carefully.

Chapters 14, 17, 18 & 20 ID/SIGs due November 16:

Chapter 14
1.  Nicholas Biddle
2.  Stephen Austin
3.  Sam Houston
4.  Santa Anna
5.  Specie Circular
6.  "Trail of Tears"
7.  Force Bill
8.  Bank of the United States
9.  "pet" banks
10. Whig party
Chapter 17
1.  Harriet Beecher Stowe
2.  Nat Turner
3.  Sojourner Truth
4.  Frederick Douglass
5.  abolitionism
6.  The Liberator
7.  mulattoes
8.  peculiar institution
9.  Liberty party
10. gag resolution
Chapter 18
1.  John Slidell
2.  Winfield Scott
3.  Manifest Destiny
4.  Webster-Ashburton Treaty
5.  "spot" resolutions
6.  Tariff of 1842
7.  Bear Flag revolt
8.  Hudson's Bay Company
9.  Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo
10. Wilmot Proviso
Chapter 20
1.  Uncle Tom's Cabin
2.  Dred Scott decision
3.  Tariff of 1857
4.  Lincoln-Douglas debates
5.  “Freeport Doctrine”
6.  John Brown
7.  "Bleeding Kansas"
8.  Panic of 1857
9.  Harpers Ferry
10. Crittenden Compromise

"Men achieve a certain greatness unaware, when working to achieve another aim." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Chapter 11 & 12 ID/SIGs due October 19:

Ch. 11   
1.   John Marshall
2.   Aaron Burr          
3.   Tecumseh         
4.   Henry Clay      
5.   patronage       
6.   judicial review
7.   impressment
8.   Judiciary Act of 1789       
9.   Judiciary Act of 1801
10. "midnight judges"
11. Marbury v. Madison
12. Embargo Act
13. Non-Intercourse Act       
14. mosquito fleet
Ch. 12   
1.   John Quincy Adams  
2.   Daniel Webster           
3.   peculiar institution
4.   protective tariff    
5.   internal improvements        
6.   sectionalism             
7.   second Bank of the United States              
8.   American System    
9.   Era of Good Feelings                     
10. panic of 1819   
11. Monroe Doctrine    
12. Missouri Compromise 
13. Treaty of Ghent
14. Hartford Convention
"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." ~Anais Nin 

Chapter 9 & 10 ID/SIGs due October 5:

Ch. 9 
1.  federation 
2.  checks and balances 
3.  states' rights 
4.  popular sovereignty 
5.  "Great Compromise"
6.  Electoral College 
7.  "three-fifths compromise" 
8.  Northwest Ordinance 
9.  antifederalists 
10. Shay's Rebellion 
11. Federalists 
12. Constitution of the United States 
Ch. 10 
1.  Citizen GenĂȘt 
2.  strict construction 
3.  implied powers 
4.  tariff agrarian 
5.  compact theory 
6.  nullification 
7.  Bank of the United States 
8.  Bill of Rights 
9.  Jay's Treaty 
10. Whiskey Rebellion 
11. Judiciary Act of 1789 
12. XYZ affair 
"My definition of a free society is a society where it is safe to be unpopular." ~Adlai Stevenson