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Chapter 10: The Age of Jackson

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Chapter 10: The Age of Jackson 1 2 3 Chapter
REview Jacksonian Democracy section section section Indian Removal Jacksonian Democracy 10 African Americans and Women National Republicans Jackson was a war hero and born poor,

and earned success. While Adams

father was a president, born rich, and

born into politics. Elected by the "common people", so

many people believed it was a victory

for them as well as Jackson. Jackson Adams Democratic party
born poor
father was not in politics
No formal education
in touch with every day life and common people National Republican
Born into wealthy family
Father was president
formal education, went to harvard
seen as out of touch with every day life, and common people Andrew Jackson Videos Tariffs cause price of manufactured

goods to go up, and the South

bought foreign manufactured goods. It guarded their new industries

from foreign competition. the states' rights doctrine it caused inflation Van Buren blamed for the Panic

of 1837 Nominating Conventions public meetings to select a party’s
presidential and vice presidential Jacksonian
Democracy the democratic expansion that occurred during Jackson’s presidency Democratic
Party a party formed by Jackson supporters John
C. Calhoun Jackson’s vice presidential running mate spoils system the practice of rewarding political
supporters with government jobs Martin
Van Buren the secretary
of the state in Jackson’s cabinet Kitchen
Cabinet an informal group of Jackson’s trusted advisers that sometimes met in the White House kitchen Key Terms and People Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Tariff of
Abominations a tariff with very high rates Nullification
Crisis the dispute over whether states had the right to nullify, or disobey, any federal law with which they disagreed Daniel Webster McCulloch v.
Maryland Whig Party Panic of 1837 William Henry
Harrison a senator from Massachusetts who spoke out against nullification and believed the nation had to stay united the case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Second Bank of the United States was constitutional a political group supported by people who opposed Andrew Jackson a financial crisis that led to a severe
economic depression a general and the Whig presidential
candidate in 1840 Indian
Removal Act Indian Territory Bureau of
Indian Affairs Sequoya Worcester
v. Georgia Trail of Tears Black Hawk Osceola the act that authorized the removal of Native Americans who lived east of the Mississippi River the new homeland for Native Americans, which contained most of
present-day Oklahoma an agency created
to oversee the federal policy toward Native Americans a Cherokee
who used
86 characters to represent Cherokee syllables to create a written language a case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the state of Georgia had no authority over the Cherokee an 800-mile forced march westward in
which one-fourth of the 18,000 Cherokee died a Sauk chief who decided to fight rather than be removed Seminole leader who called on Native Americans to resist removal by force Jackson supported removing Native

Americans from land they long lived

on. To provide new land for Native

Americans being removed from East

of the Mississippi they raided American settlements

and fought the U.S. Army Seminole's won their fight with U.S. forces

and remained on their homeland, while

other groups were relocated. VS. Your view Indian Removal Act View of easterner who wants to settle on Native American lands History Channel: The Presidents Disney: Presidents Series 5:46 1:41 10:00 7:36
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