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- Slavery, migration, immagration, and economic development in the 1800's
- How education looked in the early years of America
- American politics, religion and personal identities of the 1800's
- Demographic changes in America in the 1800's
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1. Economic Expansion in the 1800s: Slavery, Immigration & Corporations
Find out how and why America's population grew tremendously in the first part of the 1800s. Then, learn how America became a market economy and added new transportation routes.
2. Education in Early America: Birth of Public Schools and Universities
During the early and mid-1800s, education reformers pushed to establish free public schools throughout the U.S. Their efforts also led to the establishment of American universities and the first generation of American writers.
3. American Political, Religious & Personal Identity in the Early 19th Century
American political and religious identity in the early 19th century was influenced by region, the dominant political parties of the day, and events such as the Second Great Awakening. Learn about early 19th century American regional, political, and religious identity in this video lesson.
4. America's Demographic Changes in the Early 1800s
The early 1800s saw the United States quickly grow in size. New immigrants and new land meant a bigger and stronger country. It also meant displacing thousands of Native Americans and the continued spread of slavery.
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Other chapters within the TCI History Alive The United States Through Industrialism: Online Textbook Help course
- History Alive Chapter 1: The First Americans
- History Alive Chapter 2: European Exploration & Settlement
- History Alive Chapter 3: The English Colonies in North America
- History Alive Chapter 4: Life in the Colonies
- History Alive Chapter 5: Toward Independence
- History Alive Chapter 6: The Declaration of Independence
- History Alive Chapter 7: The American Revolution
- History Alive Chapter 8: Creating the Constitution
- History Alive Chapter 9: The Constitution - A More Perfect Union
- History Alive Chapter 10: The Bill of Rights
- History Alive Chapter 11: Political Developments in the Early Republic
- History Alive Chapter 12: Foreign Affairs in the Young Nation
- History Alive Chapter 14: Andrew Jackson & the Growth of American Democracy
- History Alive Chapter 15: Manifest Destiny & the Growing Nation
- History Alive Chapter 16: Life in the West
- History Alive Chapter 17: Mexicano Contributions to the Southwest
- History Alive Chapter 18: An Era of Reform
- History Alive Chapter 19: The Worlds of North & South
- History Alive Chapter 20: African Americans in the Mid-1800s
- History Alive Chapter 21: A Dividing Nation
- History Alive Chapter 22: The Civil War
- History Alive Chapter 23: The Reconstruction Era
- History Alive Chapter 24: Tensions in the West
- History Alive Chapter 25: The Rise of Industry
- History Alive Chapter 26: The Great Wave of Immigration
- History Alive Chapter 27: The Progressive Era
- History Alive Chapter 28: The United States Becomes a World Power
- History Alive Chapter 29: Linking Past to Present