- 1820 - A Frenchman, De Tocqueville, travels through Kentucky, recording his experiences in his journal.
- 1823 - The Replevin Law is ruled unconstitutional.
- 1824 - The Court of Appeals abolishes the Old Court and establishes a new court. The Old Court refuses to be abolished beginning a state court crisis.
U.S. & World
- 1820 - Daniel Boone dies in Missouri.
- 1820 - The negotiation of the Missouri Compromise allows slave-holding Missouri to apply for statehood.
- 1823 - Henry Clay becomes Speaker of the House.
- 1827 - The Second Great Awakening, a period of intense, emotional religious revivalism, sweeps the United States.
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