2007 November 21 by DSd6m6o5

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									Outline for Week 9 (week of Wed. 21 November 2007)

Final Exam Scheduling: 10:00 class scheduled for 10:00 Weds Dec 5
       2:00 class scheduled for 12:00 Weds Dec 5
       Joint time scheduled for 8:00 a.m Weds Dec 5

“Peaceful” Revolution: Authoritarian Visions and Popular Ideals
1. Authoritarian and Democratic variants of republicanism:
    a. Challenges of the French & Haitian Revolutions (1789-1803)
    b. Jeffersonian expansionism and republicanism
    c. transitions to Jacksonian Democracy and nationalist expansionism
2. Rebellion and Resistance in an era of Imperial Expansion:
    a. Gabriel Prosser and the rebellion of 1800
    b. Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa, ca 1810-1815
    c. Denmark Vesey and the rebellion of 1822
    d. David Walker’s Appeal of 1829
    e. Nathaniel Turner and the rebellion of 1830
3. Remaking Nationalism after the War of 1812
     Before Next Meeting (Monday)
•   Read in Henretta, pp. 288-321;
•   Be prepared to discuss material from Critical
    Thinking Module “The Transportation
    Revolution”
    http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/historymodule
    s/CTM/typindex.htm
•   Be prepared to discuss the following voices:
    “Lucy Larcom” (p. 298); “John Gough” (p 318)
Questions for discussion from Week 9 (from syllabus):

1. How did “republicanism” affect race relations in the new republic?
   How did it affect gender roles? How did that vary with race and
   class?

2. How did Americans respond to rumors of slave rebellions and
   resistance after 1790? What do the responses to Gabriel’s rebellion,
   Vesey’s rebellion, and Turner’s rebellion reveal about how
   Americans thought about violence, justice, and the rule of law?

Voices: Jacob Stroyer (South Carolina, ca. 1830s), Frances Trollope
  (Indiana, ca. 1830), National Assembly (France, 1789), Thomas
  Jefferson (Virginia, 1800), Robert Sutcliff (Virginia, 1804), Solomon
  (Brookfield Plantation, 1800), J. Gadsen (Florida, 1818); Achades
  (Charleston, 1822), Intendant Hamilton (Charleston, 1822), L.H.
  Kennedy (Charleston, 1822), Monday Gell (Charleston, 1822),
  Richmond Enquirer (Virginia, 1831), Thomas R. Gray (Southampton
The Changing Political Landscapes of Constitutional America:


•The (gradual & limited) Expansion of White Male Suffrage, 1800-1830
http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/historymodules/modules/mod09/imap.
htm


•The impact of the French and Haitian Revolutions, 1789-1803
       http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part3/3narr5.html


•Anti-French rhetoric in the American Federalist tradition:
Voices (Henretta, p. 223): Peter Porcupine (vs. pro-French Americans)
•Napoleon’s North
American plans
•vs Touissant
L’Ouverture’s vision
•Experience of Haitian
Revolution
•Spanish cession of
Louisianna (seeking
buffer vs U.S.)
•French offer to sell
Louisianna
•Problem with terms of
Spanish cession of
sovereignty to France
How did Slave Rebellions affect U.S. Territorial Expansion?
Expansion of Slavery under the Constitution of 1789: Fugitive
Slave Laws of United States, 1790-1860
From the French Revolution to Slave   Toussaint L’Ouverture, 1803
Resistance and Rebellion, 1789-1830
Declaration of the Rights of Man




          Nathaniel Turner, 1830
How did the Haitian Revolution affect U.S. Indian Policy?
                   Tecumseh, ca
                   1810

                     Western
                     “causes” of the
                     war?




Maritime (New
England)
concerns?


    Paul Cuffee,
    ca 1810
What were the most significant results of the War of 1812? Outcome?
How did the size of
U.S. territorial
holdings affect the
ability to govern?
•Peacetime concerns?
•Wartime concerns?
•Perceptions of
weakness/strengths?
•Legacies of War of
1812 for American
Nationalism?
   -political
   -psychological
   -economic
How did
territorial
expansion affect
religious
expression in the
United States?
•What is the
significance of
Kentucky in this
map?
•How do paths of
settlement
compare with
paths of
revivalism?
•What Political
implications?
How did the expansion of taxpayer qualifications (vs. property
qualifications) compare with religious revivalism?
How did the expansion of
suffrage affect Jeffersonian
Republicanism?
•How does the party in
power describe itself, 1800-
1830?
•How does the opposition
describe itself, 1800-1830?
•How does the Democratic
Republicanism compare with
Jeffersonian Republicanism?
•What happened to the
Federalists after 1815?
The Missouri “Compromise” and the pretense of “Free States”
Primary Source analysis:
1. Henretta voices/documents:
   a. Peter Porcupine (vs. pro-French Americans, p. 223)
   b. Alexis De Toqueville (p. 254)
   c. Republican Motherhood (image, p. 263)
   d. Frances Trollope (re: Camp Meeting, p. 279)
   e. Baptist Ceremony (p. 280)
2. Critical Thinking Module: access the “Conspiracies and Rebellion”
   link through the “Stono Rebellion” Module:
http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/historymodules/CTM/typindex.htm
Africans in America website: Conspiracies and rebellion
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part3/3narr5.html
     Before Next Meeting (Monday)
•   Read in Henretta, pp. 288-321;
•   Be prepared to discuss material from Critical
    Thinking Module “The Transportation
    Revolution”
    http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/historymodule
    s/CTM/typindex.htm
•   Be prepared to discuss the following voices:
    “Lucy Larcom” (p. 298); “John Gough” (p 318)

								
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