The Enduring Vision (vol. 5)Chapter 12 Outline

Deyon Keaton Sotnick Chapter 13: Immigration, Expansion, and Sectional Conflict, 1840-1848 l. Introduction: After the despatch of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young led the ocean matter of Mormons from Illinois to a new homeplant in the Great Salt Lake valley. In separate, Youngs aim was to flee ostracism by Gentiles (non-Mormons). Reasons for Mormons to ruler west: (1) Deseret lay beyond the United States; and Smith's despatch had led divers Mormons to determine that they could no longer speed parallel the Gentiles. 2)Gentiles were to-boot on the stir west; the very absence and subsidence of Deseret made it incredible that ny burning precipitation of Gentiles would use assign. Mormons earned money in their new city by traffic after a opportunity Gentile wayfarers in close than a thousand days into James K. Polk's presidency, the US had increased its plant area by at meanest 50 percent. Most immigrants gravitated to the expositionist Democratic separatey, and the immigrant expression succor to tip the expression to Polk, an aspiring expositionist. Democrats saw exposition as a way to lessen wrangle betwixt the sections. Oregon would go to the North, Texas the South and California to everyone. II. Newcomers and Natives A. Expectations and Realities A covet for sacred immunity collect some emigrants to the United States. Their confidence was fed by a true course of travelers' accounts and learning from relations describing America as a utopia for faulty vulgar. But divers emigrants faced difficulties. Divers elapsed savings on tickets to boats that were recent for months and divers others were sold meaningclose tickets. They encountered six weeks or longer on the sea, packed approximately as tightly as what drudges encountered, and locomotive on load ships. When they planted, they promptly fix that husbandry in American farms was very solated, dissimilar in Europe where collective and cultural speeds revolved about communities. The Irish, who usually arrived in New England, fix weak plant or considerable for husbandry, and compact into sophisticated areas. Likewise, Germans, who arrived in New Orleans, fix weak convenience after a opportunity drudge strive, and stird upriver and into sophisticated areas where there was a homogeneity. By 1860. these two groups produceed further than 60 percent of the population of separate main cities. B. The Germans In 1860, Gerdivers was not a communityal-say but, a store of mean kingdoms. German immigrants came from a broad assort of collective assortes and occupations. For all their differences, a sordid phraseology kept them unitedly, and German neighborhoods familiar and prospered, greatly to the enw of Anglo-Americans who disdained their clannishness. In solution, Germans became uniproduce further clannish. C. The Irish Betwixt 181 5 and 1860, the Irish establishment into the United States passed through starving as divers as a favorite vulgar to decease. To avoid this, 1. 8 favorite Irish vulgar migrated to the US betwixt 1845 and 1854. Overwhelmingly faulty and Catholic, the Irish usually entered the worknerve close or at the floor. Irish men dug cellars and speedd in them, or made canal and railroad beds. Women became domiciliary servants and entered the worknerve at an future age. Irish usually married delayed, which makes intrinsic the catholic estimate of solitary Irish women in America. Yet some struggled up the collective ladder, neat foremen and supervisors. Others rose into the average assort by gap grocery and liquor stores. The two groups twain brought combat. The faultyer Irish competed straightway after a opportunity permitted blacks, signal up denying emotions towards blacks and abolitionists. Meanwhile, the average assort clashed after a opportunity native- born colorless workers. D. Anti-Catholicism, Nativism and Strive Protest The anarchy of native-born colorlesss towards the Irish frequently took the produce of anti- Catholicism. Uniproduce from Puritan times, there were exalted anti-catholic sentiments. Catholics made article the domain of pope and bishops. Conspiracies were predominant. Future telegraph contriver, Samuel Morse, warned in 1835 that autocratic Europe goverNew Mexicoent were delugeing US after a opportunity Catholic immigrants to ruin oligarchical institutions. A protestant mob acrimonious to ash a convent reputed to inclose torment chambers the corresponding year, opportunity Lyman Beecher warned Protestants that Catholic immigrants to the West was a treachery to command the domain. Maria Monks The Awful Disclosure of the Hotel Dieu Nunnery in Montreal brought tail anti-Catholic reachings. The Order of the Star-pgled Banner would evolve into the 'Know Nothing', or the American Aspect and would beseem a main collective nerve in the 1850's. Protestants feared for their Jobs and feared that Catholic immigrants were a browbeating to their Jobs, in reaction divers Protestants Joined nativist societies. E. Strive Protest and Immigrant Politics America cherished the expectation that a community after a opportunity great plant would never communicate way toa burning assort of wage drudges. Another of striveers' solution to wage cuts in he panic was protected plant reforms. Plant reformers argued that strive for compensation ended any confidence of economic anarchy. Strive unions appealed to workers who did not see eye to eye after a opportunity plant reformers. In an considerable resolution, the Supreme Court resolute in Commonwealth vs. Hunt, that strive unions were not unfair monopolies that restrained traffic. Many immigrants immediately became collectively free as they fix strive organizations could succor them ascertain pursuit and berth. Immigrants usually protected the Democratic separatey for they felt that Jackson gave a non- fine reach. In specification, Whigs protected anti drudgery which would educe further rivalry for immigrants By the corresponding illustration, the Democratic separatey persuaded immigrants that communityal issues such as banking and tariffs were life-containing to them. In the 1840s, Democrats balmy to enlighten immigrants that communityal exposition too delayed their interests. II. The West and Beyond A. The Far West Obstructed by The Great Plains, divers Americans began moving late the Rocky Mountains to the Far West. The Adams-Onis (Transcontinental) Treaty had left Spain in notorious holding of Texas as polite as California and the New Mexico domain. In 1821, Mexico gained anarchy and took balance all Spanish North American Oregon Country. Collectively, the territories Texas, New Mexico, California, and Oregon was an very-much spacious plant, but during the 1820s, these plants were viewed by US, I-JK, and Mexico as a foreign frontier. B. Far Western Frontier The highest American and British on the West Coast were fur trafficrs who had reached California by sailing about South America. In the otherwise unfamiliar CA arrangement, hides were denominated "California bank notes. " The traffic in CA caused weak attrition after a opportunity Mexico owing Mexico done virtually no invented movables. Hipic vulgar born in California (denominated Californios) were as piercing to buy as the trafficrs were to sell”so piercing that they sometimes rowed out to the vessels laden after a opportunity movables, thus preserving the trafficrs the fall concentrated. Trading links to-boot familiar in the 1820s betwixt St. Louis and Santa Fe parallel the Santa Fe Trail. The Panic of 1819 left divers midwest Americans after a opportunity a lot of unsold movables. They loaded wagons after a opportunity movables and rumbled westward parallel the transcript. To a far senior quantity than Spain, Mexico welcomed this, as further than half the movables entering through Santa Fe trickled into inside Mexico. So general was this traffic that the Mexican silver peso trafficrs brought tail became the prominent moderation of modify in Missouri. C. The American Precipitation of Texas to 1835 During the 1820s, Americans began to establish the eastern separate of Mexican say, Coahuila-Texas. Meanwhile, after a opportunity Mexico's anarchy came the end of Spanish missions, and divers Natives reacrimonious to roving ways. In 1824, the Mexican govt. , unendowed shelter from Natives by American precipitation, began bestowing open-hearted plant grants on agents notorious as empresarios. Initially, most Americans, love the empresario Stephen F. Austin, were willing to speed in Texas as intrinsicized Mexican citizens. But anxiety brewed immediately as American establishrs brought drudges. Mexico closed American establishment in 1830, but Americans continued to deluge in after a opportunity their drudges, and in 1834, Austin unendangered revocation of the 1830 embargo.