Regions
Name that Person
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3 & Miscellaneous
100

Which region felt strongly about tariffs and the government sale of cheap land?

North
100
Who was the secretary of state in Jackson's cabinet that later became president?

Martin Van Buren

100

What was the political party formed by Jackson's supporters.

Democratic

100

What was the nickname southerners gave the tariff they so greatly opposed?

Tariff of Abominations

100

Name the act that authorized the removal of Native Americans who lived east of the Mississippi.

Indian Removal Act

200

Which region's economy depended on cheap labor?

North

200

Who was Andrew Jackson's vice president?

John C. Calhoun

200

What is the practice of rewarding political supporters with government jobs?

Spoils system

200

What was the dispute over whether states had the right to nullify or disobey, any federal law which they disagreed?

nullification crisis

200

Which Native American tribe physically fought  against the Indian Removal Act?

Seminole

300

What was the economy of the South?

Agriculture/Farming

300

Name the Whig candidate that beat Martin Van Buren in the 1840 election?

William Henry Harrison

300

What was the difference between Jackson's cabinet and kitchen cabinet?

His cabinet was official, the kitchen cabinet was friends and unofficial advisors that sometimes met in the White House kitchen.   

300
What is the belief that state power should be greater than federal power?

State's rights doctrine

300

Which Native American tribe used the court system to fight against the Indian Removal Act?

Cherokee

400

What were the Souths two main cash crops?   

tobacco and cotton

400

Which senator from Massachusetts argued against nullification and believed that the welfare of the nation should override that individual states.  

Daniel Webster

400

List 2 ways Jackson seemed relatable to the common man.

Gambler, temper, duelist

Smoked a pipe/tobacco chewer

Self educated

Born in a log cabin

400

Which political party was formed to oppose Jackson. It favored a weak government and strong Congress.  

Whig Party

400

Name the 800-mile forced march westward in which 1/4 of the 18,000 Cherokee died.

Trail of Tears

500

What were the two internal improvements that the West was concerned with?

better roads & water transportation

500

Who was the Seminole chief that encouraged his tribe to resist removal by force.  

Osceola

500

Give 2 examples how democracy expanded during the Jacksonian democracy.

More white men allowed to vote.

Nominating conventions allowed party members to chose their candidate.  

500

Who proposed a compromise to gradually lower the tariff over time, which both Congress and South Carolina agreed upon?  

Henry Clay

500

Did President Jackson or Vice President John C. Calhoun support nullification?

John C. Calhoun

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