Matt Jackson, United States of America
The 11th Amendment
This lesson will discuss the Eleventh Amendment of the United States Constitution is an Amendment that talks about the sovereign immunity. The Eleventh Amendment was the first Amendment to the United States Constitution after the Bill of Rights. It was put into the Constitution on February 7, 1795.
The 15th Amendment
The 15th amendment protects the rights of Americans to vote in elections to elect their leaders. Specifically, it confirms the right to vote and lists conditions that are illegal to deny another person the right to vote. Any American cannot be denied the right to vote, based on race, color or being a former slave.
The 14th Amendment
The 14th Amendment, one of the reconstruction amendments , State and federal citizenship for all persons regardless of race both born or naturalized in the United States was reaffirmed.No state would be allowed to abridge the "privileges and immunities" of citizens, No person was allowed to be deprived of life, liberty,or property without "due process of law." No person could be denied "equal protection of the laws."
The Mexican American War - Campaigns
This lesson is on the Mexican American War and the areas where the fighting took place, the eastern front and the western front. The war started on May 13th 1846. Santa Anna’s position as the general and the dictator of Mexico will be discussed. Texas has just been added to the United States, with a large territory still belonged to Mexico. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed to end the war.
The Adams-Onis Treaty Florida Purchase
This lesson on the Adams-Onis Treaty also know as the transcontinental treaty and the Florida purchase treaty was a treaty between the United States and Spain in 1819 that ceded Florida to the US.