AGE OF JEFFERSON
MOVING WEST
PEOPLE'S PRESIDENT
NATIVE AMERICANS
A MIX

100

Preserved the national bank and purchased the Louisiana territory

accepted some federal beliefs

100

Importance of Monroe Doctrine

No European countries can establish colonies in North or South America

100

A coalition of voters included common laborers, small farmers, and factory workers who had originally been denied to vote because they did not meet the property requirement 

Jackson won the election

100

Native Americans who lived east of the Mississippi river were forced to move to the west of it to what would be known as Oklahoma

Indian Removal Act

100

Costs of the Mexican Cession

Mexico gave up California, Nevada, Utah and parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado in exchange for 15 million dollars and Mexican citizenship for people living within this area

200

Actions of the Louisiana Purchase 

Removed the French from Northern America; accessible pathway to the Pacific Ocean; made contact with Native Americans in the west; mapped the Louisiana area and reached the Pacific

200

Spain gave up claims to Oregon territory and sold Florida to the US

Adams-Onis Treaty

200

1828 election in the "age of the common man"

Had to appeal to all voters rich or poor

200

Cherokee were forced walk from Georgia to Oklahoma.  4000 Cherokee perished of starvation and disease

Trail of Tears

200

Purpose of the American System

to improve three different parts of the economy: agriculture, commerce, industry

300

led an expedition to chart the Louisiana Territory

William Clark and Meriwether Lewis

300

purpose of the Northwest Territory

provided an orderly system by which territories can become states

300

William L. Marcy is rumored to say, "To the victor belong the spoils"

Daily Double - Explain how this connects to Andrew Jackson's presidency

The spoils system

300

Johnson v. M'Intosh (1823)

Native Americans had a basic right to live in their tribal lands, however these lands were really the property of the U.S. government

300

An independent republic, believed in slavery, and first request to join the union was denied

Texas

400

governments focus under Jefferson

promotion of agriculture over industrialization

400

Affects of the war of 1812

led to a surge in national pride; gained prestige among other countries for its performance during the war; bipartisanship eased and an era of Good Feelings began

400

Used more than all six prior presidents combined

veto

400

Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831) Cherokees claimed they had a right to sue because they were a sovereign nation

Supreme Court refused to hear the Cherokee's case against a Georgia state law that abolished their tribal government. 

400

Native Americans were "domestic dependent nations" whose relationship with the federal government "resembles that of a ward to his guardian." 

Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia

500

Court Case Marbury v. Madison decision

Daily Double - Explain the principle

judicial review

review by the US Supreme Court of the constitutional validity of a legislative act.

500

Cost and benefits of expansion


Daily Double - Name 3 for points

clash with Native Americans; the American system was created to link the different regions of the US; investments  led to better roads, canals, and railways; Second National Bank helped strengthen and stabilize the economy; tariffs benefited factory owners in the north but added to the costs of goods for Southerners and Westerners

500

Describe nullification 

If the federal government took an action that went beyond its constitutional powers a state could say the law was null and void or invalid  

500

Supreme Court declared that states rights did not have any legal authority over Native American territory.  The Native American fate was in the hands of the federal government

Worcester v. Georgia (1832)

500

Americanization 

a variety of programs and campaigns aimed at turning foreigners into Americans.