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100

Power was in the hands of a few wealthy individuals.
What was the social situation of the US before Jacksonian Democracy?

100

Openly disagreed with Calhoun and watched as Calhoun resigned.
How did President Andrew Jackson react to VP John C. Calhoun's views on nullification?
 

100

Ignored the treaty and resisted removal with force.
What did the Seminole Indians do after signing a treaty in 1832 in which they agreed to leave Florida within three years?

100

Osceola
Who led the Seminole against US troops?

200

A group of President Jackson's advisors who sometimes met in the White House kitchen.
Who did the Kitchen Cabinet refer to?

200

lower the national debt
Though the economic policies adopted by President Jackson before the Panic of 1837 did not fix the country's economic problems, they did ________________________________.

200

The right to reject a federal law as unconstitutional.
The nullification crisis was a dispute over whether the states had what right?

200

The forced march to Indian Territory taken by the Cherokee.
What was the Trail of Tears?

200

John Quincy Adams
Who was Harvard-educated and the son of the second US-president?

300

The practice of rewarding loyal supporters with government jobs.
What is the spoils system?

300

Tariffs helped them compete with British manufacturers.
Why did Northerners support tariffs in the early 1800s?

300

John C. Calhoun
Who advanced states' rights doctrine?

300

US land in present-day Oklahoma
What was Indian Territory?

300

Sequoya
Who developed a written language for the Cherokee in 1828?

400

Martin Van Buren
Who was one of Andrew Jackson's strongest allies in his official cabinet?

400

Inability of the opposing party to decide on one candidate.
Martin Van Buren's success in the presidential election of 1837 can be attributed to the ________________________.

400

McCulloch v. Maryland
What was the court decision that ruled that the national bank was constitutional?

400

Worcester v. Georgia
What court ruling said that only the federal government, not the state governments, had authority over Native Americans?

400

Black Hawk
Who was the Native American leader who decided to fight US officials rather than leave Illinois?

500

The term for the period of expanding democracy during the 1820s and 1830s. Jacksonian Democracy included such reforms as public nominating conventions and changes in the qualifications needed to vote.
What are the historians referring to when they use the term "Jacksonian Democracy"?

500

Ill feelings between northerners and southerners grew because of the tariff - the North wanted the tariff while the South did not – in fact, angry southerners named the tariff on woolen goods the “tariff of abominations,” to show how much they hated it.
What effect did the Tariff of Abominations have on sectional differences in America?

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John C. Calhoun was from the South and he joined Southerners in protesting against the Tariff of Abominations – he stated that the tariff went against states' rights doctrine – he also said the federal govt should not favor one region over another – most importantly, he said states had the right to reject or nullify any federal law they thought was unfair – issue was called the nullification crisis.
What were John C. Calhoun's views on the Tariff of Abominations?

500

It authorized moving American Indians living east of the Mississippi River to lands in the West.
What did the Indian Removal Act authorize?

500

Daniel Webster
Who argued that the US was one nation, not a pact among independent states?

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