The Rush- Bagot Treaty was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain to disarm the Great Lakes. This was a positive step for peace between the two nations.
Stephen Douglas supported popular sovereignity, also called squatter sovereignity, which stated that each territory had the right to determine if they would accept slavery or not.
The steam engine
Mexicans refused to settle there
A state had the right to ignore a law it thought was unconstitutiona
Strong leadership in the abolitionist movement.
Well of course he helped them stop slavery, but they didn't really get that wish until about 4-6 years after.
James Thornwell and Albert Barnes.
Catharine Beecher believed that women, rather than men, should educate children because women were natural teachers. She also believed that women should not be involved in politics. Instead, Catharine believed that women should teach male children to be free thinkers and moral learners and help shape their political ideas.
it was mentioned in the bible
Both list wrongs that had been done to people.
Refuse to vote in elections
The book concived more people to join the abolitionist cause.
Britain and Mexico fought with the United States over the Oregon and Texas territories.
they feared texas would join britian and declare an end to slavery
Settlement of freedmen in Africa.
The discovery of Gold
Texas and Mexican territory become part of the United States.