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Directions: Using only the materials found only in this week’s module (Week Three), please thoughtfully reflect to following prompt with a minimum 800 word short response essay (you may go over this word count without penalty, but do not go under the word count). Be sure to use specific examples from both the lecture and the required readings whenever possible. Simple in text citations should be used whenever you are quoting directly or indirectly (Week Three Module), (We Shall Remain: Tecumseh’s Vision or We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears), or (Author’s Last Name or Title of Chapter/Article, page number if possible). Remember this is your opportunity to express how you have understood/viewed the materials – readings, lectures, videos/documentaries – presented throughout within the module.
Your response/reflection should be written in an essay format. All questions must be fully addressed.
This module has included an overview of society, politics (foreign and domestic), and the economy during the Early Republic as well as some of the major reform efforts that occurred during the 19th century in an attempt to better both the people and the United States. At this time of growth and change, however, there were fundamental issues that faced both the people and the country and ultimately set the path toward division and the Civil War.
How were the political debates of ratification (the Constitution) and of the 1790s still playing out during the early 19th century?
What important changes in context and content occurred in U.S./Native policy from 1789 – 1830s? And what was the relationship between the defeat of the Native Nations east of the Mississippi River and the expansion of slavery? Did the territorial expansion of the United States require the removal of the Native peoples (Explain your answer)?
What were some of the motivations for those involved in and the causes established during the early reform movements? In what ways do these reforms reflect some of the major changes and problems occurring within and throughout the United States?
What information or insight have you gained as a result of studying some of the materials presented in this module?