AP U.S. History Notes

1825-1850

  • 1828: Andrew Jackson elected
  • 1830s: Railroad era begins
  • 1831
    • Nat Turner's rebellion
    • Liberator founded
  • 1832: Nullification crisis
  • 1834: Whig party formed
  • 1835: Texas Revolution, Republic of Texas established
  • 1840s
    • Manifest Destiny
    • Telegraph and railroads create a communications revolution
  • 1846: Mexican War begins
  • 1848
    • Treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo ended Mexican War
    • U.S. acquires California and territory of New Mexico which includes present-day Nevada, Utah, Arizona, new Mexico, and part of Colorado
  • 1849: Gold discovered in California
  • 1850
    • Compromise of 1850
    • California admitted to the union
    • Fugitive Slave Law strengthened

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