Ch.9 Timeline

Timeline created by jobrien0505
  • Eli Whitney Invents the Cotton Gin

    Eli Whitney Invents the Cotton Gin
    revolutionizes the cotton trade, makes the cotton cleaning process exponentially faster
  • Boston Manufacturing Company founds cotton mill at Waltham, Massachusets

    Boston Manufacturing Company founds cotton mill at Waltham, Massachusets
    was organized in 1813 by Francis Cabot Lowell, a wealthy Boston merchant, in partnership a group of investors known as The Boston Associates, for the manufacture of cotton textiles
  • War of 1812 Ends

    War of 1812 Ends
    after the war ends, the Era of Good Feelings begins
  • Era of Good Feelings Begins

    Era of Good Feelings Begins
    there was really only one major political party, the republicans. popular interest in politics fell during this period
  • President Madison proposes a reestablishment of National Bank

    President Madison proposes a reestablishment of National Bank
    Congressman Henry Clay advocates this notion in Congress, calling it the American System
  • James Monroe Elected President

    James Monroe Elected President
    became the 3rd successive virginian to be president
  • Rush-Bagot Agreement

    Rush-Bagot Agreement
    settles the disagreements that started the war of 1812
  • Madison Vetoes $1.5 Million Bill

    Madison Vetoes $1.5 Million Bill
    this bill would have distributed this money among the states and used for local transportation projects
  • Andrew Jackson Invades Florida

    Andrew Jackson Invades Florida
    Jackson gathered his forces at Fort Scott in March 1818, including 800 U.S. Army regulars, 1,000 Tennessee volunteers, 1,000 Georgia militia,[22] and about 1,400 friendly Lower Creek warriors. On March 15, Jackson's army entered Florida, marching down the Apalachicola River. When they reached the site of the Negro Fort, Jackson had his men construct a new fort, Fort Gadsden. The army then set out for the Mikasuki villages around Lake Miccosukee. The Indian town of Tallahassee was burned on March
  • Supreme Court hands down far-reaching decision in Dartmouth College case and in McCulloch v. Maryland

    Supreme Court hands down far-reaching decision in Dartmouth College case and in McCulloch v. Maryland
    the court's ruling in the case meant that the kinds of business enterprises then being incorprated by state governments could hold on indefinitely to any priveleges or favors that had been granted in their original charters
  • Adams-Onis treaty cedes Spanish territory to the United Sates

    Adams-Onis treaty cedes Spanish territory to the United Sates
    gives the US Florida from Spain
  • Panic of 1819

    Panic of 1819
    financial panic is followed by a depression lasting until 1823
  • Missouri Compromise resolves nation's first sectional crisis

    Missouri Compromise resolves nation's first sectional crisis
    Missouri enters as slave state, Maine enters as free state. all land under the 36 30 latitude were slave states from now on, all above were free
  • Monroe Elected President

    Monroe Elected President
    almost unanimously voted in, was the 3rd successive Virginian to occuppy the White House
  • Monroe Vetoes Legislation for the Repair of the National Road

    Monroe Vetoes Legislation for the Repair of the National Road
    he argued even this modest activity was beyond the constitutional powers of Congress
  • Monroe Doctrine Proclaimed

    Monroe Doctrine Proclaimed
    declared that the United States opposed any further colonization in the Americas or any further effort by European nations to extend their political systems outside their own hemisphere
  • Lafayette revisits the U.S.

    In 1824, President James Monroe invited Lafayette to the United States as the "nation's guest"; during the trip, he visited all twenty-four states
  • Supreme Court Decides Gibbons V. Ogden

    Supreme Court Decides Gibbons V. Ogden
    bolstered the power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce
  • John Quincy Adams Elected President

    John Quincy Adams Elected President
    sixth President of the United States from 1825 to 1829. He was also an American diplomat and served in both the Senate and House of Representatives
  • Erie Canal Finished

    Erie Canal Finished
    was 364 miles long, 40 feet wide, 4 feet deep