Geography of the Growing Nation By Isabella Frazier Chapter 14 Lesson 1

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p> Slide 2 Geography of the Growing Nation By Isabella Frazier Chapter 14 Lesson 1 Slide 3 Beyond the Appalachians After the war, pioneers followed indian trails. After the war, pioneers followed indian trails. They stopped at prairies. They stopped at prairies. Prairies are a type of land biome with a lot of grassy areas and with no trees. Prairies are a type of land biome with a lot of grassy areas and with no trees. Slide 4 The Gulf Costal Planes Some pioneers went south instead of the planes. Some pioneers went south instead of the planes. These pioneers went by the oceans and survived by land. These pioneers went by the oceans and survived by land. They explored the waters and found new animals. They explored the waters and found new animals. Slide 5 A New Frontier The pioneers learned from indians. The pioneers learned from indians. They learned to fish, plant food, and farm. They learned to fish, plant food, and farm. The indians were very helpful to the pioneers. The indians were very helpful to the pioneers. Slide 6 Lesson 2 II. Pioneers in the west By Lizzie Webb Slide 7 Daniel Boone Daniels pioneer family left Pennsylvania when he was 16 because it was too crowded. They moved to North Carolina frontier. Daniels pioneer family left Pennsylvania when he was 16 because it was too crowded. They moved to North Carolina frontier. He married, had kids, and settled down on a farm once he got older. He married, had kids, and settled down on a farm once he got older. But he missed the forest, so he spent months out of each year exploring in the mountains. But he missed the forest, so he spent months out of each year exploring in the mountains. Slide 8 The Land of Kentucky Kentucky was a perfect place for hunting, but it was a battle ground. It was named by the Cherokees for dark and bloody ground. Kentucky was a perfect place for hunting, but it was a battle ground. It was named by the Cherokees for dark and bloody ground. In 1768, Boone and a couple of his friends went off to follow the Indians. They traveled to Cumberland Gap. In 1768, Boone and a couple of his friends went off to follow the Indians. They traveled to Cumberland Gap. Once they got there, on the side of the canyon Boone wrote how they saw with pleasure, the beautiful level of kentucky. Once they got there, on the side of the canyon Boone wrote how they saw with pleasure, the beautiful level of kentucky. Slide 9 The Wilderness Road In 1775 Boone helped to persuade the Cherokee to sell many large parts of Kentucky to a land developer, who had hired Boone and 30 other men. In 1775 Boone helped to persuade the Cherokee to sell many large parts of Kentucky to a land developer, who had hired Boone and 30 other men. They were to cut a path through the thick forest that led to the river. They named it the Wilderness Road. They were to cut a path through the thick forest that led to the river. They named it the Wilderness Road. Boone and the others built a settlement called Boonesborough. Its first building was a sturdy fort. Boone and the others built a settlement called Boonesborough. Its first building was a sturdy fort. Word of the road spread quickly and people from backcountry came to Kentucky. Word of the road spread quickly and people from backcountry came to Kentucky. Slide 10 The Pathfinder Other paths were made, but Daniel was still considered The Pathfinder Other paths were made, but Daniel was still considered The Pathfinder As Kentucky filled up with travelers, Boone headed back west to where everyone had left. As Kentucky filled up with travelers, Boone headed back west to where everyone had left. Slide 11 III.The World of Thomas Jefferson Slide 12 W ashington D.C. A New Capital Washington D.C. was built when George Washington had become president of the U.S.A. The architect who built it was named Pierre. Benjamin Banneker was the first African\American to work for a government to help lay out a city and be appointed by the President. Slide 13 Sacagawea Sacagawea and her baby traveled with Lewis and Clark, the great explorers. The reason why she wanted to go with them was because she wanted to see her family since she was taken from them. Slide 14 Lewis, Clark, and the expedition returned with notes and animals and had celebrated. The Expedition Returns Slide 15 Chapter 14 Lesson 4 part 1 By. Alex Manfre Slide 16 The War Hawks Great Britain and France were at war with Europe. James Madison tried to keep the United States neutral ad not take sides. Great Britain and France were at war with Europe. James Madison tried to keep the United States neutral ad not take sides. Slide 17 The War Hawks A group of congressman not want to remain neutral. These War Hawks pushed the country toward the war of Great Britain. The War Hawks were angry with the British attacks on the American trading ships and sailors. A group of congressman not want to remain neutral. These War Hawks pushed the country toward the war of Great Britain. The War Hawks were angry with the British attacks on the American trading ships and sailors. Slide 18 The War Hawks Most American trading ships that were heading to France were captured by the British war ships. Thousands of the sailors had been captured and kidnapped and were forced to serve for the British Navy, in return they would not kill them. The War Hawks also blamed Britain for Indian attacks on their frontier settlements. Most American trading ships that were heading to France were captured by the British war ships. Thousands of the sailors had been captured and kidnapped and were forced to serve for the British Navy, in return they would not kill them. The War Hawks also blamed Britain for Indian attacks on their frontier settlements. Slide 19 The War at Sea When the war of 1812 started much of the people were sure that conquering Canada would be easy, a mere matter of marching. Except all attacks on Canada failed though. Then the Americans became beaten back over and over. When the war of 1812 started much of the people were sure that conquering Canada would be easy, a mere matter of marching. Except all attacks on Canada failed though. Then the Americans became beaten back over and over. Slide 20 The War at Sea Though the war at sea went better than the war on land. On the date August 19, 1812 the American warship Constitution sank (destroyed) one of Britain's finest warships called (Guerrier). Though the war at sea went better than the war on land. On the date August 19, 1812 the American warship Constitution sank (destroyed) one of Britain's finest warships called (Guerrier). Slide 21 The War at Sea The British cannonballs seemed as they bounced off of the Constitutions thick Oak sides. The sides were made out of Iron shouted a member of the ships crew. From then to this very date the Constitution can be found as called by Old Iron sides. It was a long stream of American sea victories that ended in the early 1800 (1813) hundreds. The British cannonballs seemed as they bounced off of the Constitutions thick Oak sides. The sides were made out of Iron shouted a member of the ships crew. From then to this very date the Constitution can be found as called by Old Iron sides. It was a long stream of American sea victories that ended in the early 1800 (1813) hundreds. Slide 22 The Star Spangled Banner Oh,_say! Can you see, by the dawns ear-ly light, Oh,_say! Can you see, by the dawns ear-ly light, What so proud-ly we hailed at the twi-lights lest gleaming? What so proud-ly we hailed at the twi-lights lest gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the per-il-ous fight Oer the ramparts red glare, the bombs burst-ing in air, Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the per-il-ous fight Oer the ramparts red glare, the bombs burst-ing in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. O, say does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave. O, say does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave. Oer the land of the free and the home of the brave? Oer the land of the free and the home of the brave? Slide 23 THE WAR OF 1812 BY ANDREW ATTALLA CHAPTER 14 LESSON 4 Slide 24 ANDREW JACKSON PUT TOGETHER AN ARMY OF FREED AFRICAN AMERICANS, PIRATES, AND CHOCTAW INDIANS TO FIGHT AGAINST THE BRITISH ATTACK. ANDREW JACKSON PUT TOGETHER AN ARMY OF FREED AFRICAN AMERICANS, PIRATES, AND CHOCTAW INDIANS TO FIGHT AGAINST THE BRITISH ATTACK. Slide 25 THE WAR OF 1812 THE BRITISH LOST MORE THAN 200 MEN AND THE AMERICANS LOST FEWER THAN 50. THE BRITISH LOST MORE THAN 200 MEN AND THE AMERICANS LOST FEWER THAN 50. Slide 26 THE WAR OF 1812 THE WAR NEVER SHOULD HAVE STARTED BECAUSE A PEACE AGREMENT ENDING THE WAR OF 1812 HAD BEEN SIGHNED IN EUROPE TWO WEEKS EARLIER. THE WAR NEVER SHOULD HAVE STARTED BECAUSE A PEACE AGREMENT ENDING THE WAR OF 1812 HAD BEEN SIGHNED IN EUROPE TWO WEEKS EARLIER. a) It would have taken a few hours for news like that to travel around the world in the 21 century but it took 2 years for the news to travel to the united state a) It would have taken a few hours for news like that to travel around the world in the 21 century but it took 2 years for the news to travel to the united state Slide 27 THE END OF THE WAR THE WAR OF 1812 SETLED VERY LITTLE. AMERICANS FELT PIDE IN THERE COUNTRY. THE WAR OF 1812 SETLED VERY LITTLE. AMERICANS FELT PIDE IN THERE COUNTRY. THAT WAS THE LAST TIME AMERICA FOUGHT GREAT BRITAIN. THAT WAS THE LAST TIME AMERICA FOUGHT GREAT BRITAIN. b) America and Great Britain settled the rest of there arguments in words not bullets. b) America and Great Britain settled the rest of there arguments in words not bullets. Slide 28 THE STAR SPANGLE BANNER Dolly Madison was in the White House when Britain invaded Washington. A friend came and warned her about the invasion,Dolly went and grabbed important state papers and famous paintings of George Washington Dolly Madison was in the White House when Britain invaded Washington. A friend came and warned her about the invasion,Dolly went and grabbed important state papers and famous paintings of George Washington c. the next target for great Britain was the city of Baltimore c. the next target for great Britain was the city of Baltimore Francis Scott Key watched the battle anxiously. As long as the American flag was still up he know America didnt surrender. d. he made the star spangle banner d. he made the star spangle banner Slide 29 The Star Spangled Banner Oh,_say! Can you see, by the dawns ear-ly light, Oh,_say! Can you see, by the dawns ear-ly light, What so proud-ly we hailed at the twi-lights lest gleaming? What so proud-ly we hailed at the twi-lights lest gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the per-il-ous fight Oer the ramparts red glare, the bombs burst-ing in air, Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the per-il-ous fight Oer the ramparts red glare, the bombs burst-ing in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. O, say does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave. O, say does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave. Oer the land of the free and the home of the brave? Oer the land of the free and the home of the brave? Slide 30 THE END A PRODUTION MADE BY ANDREW ATTALLA Slide 31 Lesson 5 The world of Andrew Jackson By Blake Wilder Slide 32 The growth of Democracy. In the early days only white men with property can vote. In the early days only white men with property can vote. Now every men can vote,but women, African Americans, Indians cant vote. Now every men can vote,but women, African Americans, Indians cant vote. Slide 33 The Peoples President. Andrew Jackson was a lawyer and had little schooling Andrew Jackson was a lawyer and had little schooling He ran for president in1828. He ran for president in1828. He was in the party of the Democratic. His nickname was Old Hickory. More men vote in 1824 the in 1828. He was in the party of the Democratic. His nickname was Old Hickory. More men vote in 1824 the in 1828. Slide 34 Indian Removal The congress passed the Indians Removal Act. The Indians fight with pioneers. The Indians moved from there homes. The congress passed the Indians Removal Act. The Indians fight with pioneers. The Indians moved from there homes. The Indians moved t wo Oklahoma. The Indians moved t wo Oklahoma. Slide 35 The Trail of Tears All of Indians had two move form there home All of Indians had two move form there home 4,000 Cherokee died 4,000 Cherokee died Slide 36 Success and Sorrow Jackson left office in 1837 Jackson left office in 1837 Indians are still in Indians Territory Indians are still in Indians Territory Slide 37 The End Slide 38 Credits Chapter 14 Chapter 14 Project Leader Project Leader Andrew Attalla Andrew Attalla Outline Editor Outline Editor Isabella Frazier Isabella Frazier Schedule Keeper Schedule Keeper Kadobe Martin Kadobe Martin Technology Gruru Technology Gruru Lizzie Web Lizzie Web Research Specialist Research Specialist Alex Manfre Alex Manfre And And Blake Wilder Blake Wilder Chapter 14 Chapter 14 Lesson 1. Isabella Frazier Lesson 1. Isabella Frazier Lesson 2. Lizzie Web Lesson 2. Lizzie Web Lesson 3. Kodobe Martin Lesson 3. Kodobe Martin Lesson 4. Alex Manfre, Andrew Attala Lesson 4. Alex Manfre, Andrew Attala Lesson 5. Blake Wilder Lesson 5. Blake Wilder </p>