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He was known as the “great compromiser”; he served as Speaker of the House.
Who was Henry Clay?
This Constitutional Amend- ment laid out the way elections were decided if no one received a majority of the ECV; it affected the 1824 election.
What is the Twelfth Amendment?
These were the two issues involved in the Missouri Compromise.
What are slavery and Senate balance?
The Adams-Onis Treaty had four major parts: list three of them.
What are FL to US; US takes on $5 million debt; Spain promises to stay out of Oregon; US promises to stay out of Mexico?
This is how the Panic of 1819 occurred (your story must use all of the following words: Land Act of 1800, BUS, Land Act of 1820).
What is Land Act of 1800 removed 640 acre min purchase size, allowed credit purchase of Western land; state banks loaned money; BUS more Conservative, reined in state banks; runs on banks = panic! Land Act of 1820 got rid of federal land purchase on credit.
The name of the road, started in Maryland, that eventually reached St. Louis.
What is the National or Cumberland Road?
List the three names of the new leaders emerging in America after 1815.
Who was Henry Clay, John Calhoun, & Daniel Webster?
This supreme court case stands for the idea that federal law is supreme, and the BUS was constitutional.
What was McCulloch v. Maryland?
These were three methods of putting the “American system” into operation.
What are the protective tariff, national bank, and building roads / canals (or infrastructure)?
These are the parts of the Monroe Doctrine.
What are US stays out of Europe’s business, US stays out of existing colonies, no more European Colonization in Western Hemisphere, & US will consider violation act of war?
This was the official name Of “DeWitt’s Big Ditch.”
What is the Erie Canal?
This was the name of the Englishman known as the “Father of the American Industrial Revolution” (or “Father of the Factory System”).
Who was Samuel Slater?
This form of protection for inventors is limited to twenty years.
These are the six factors necessary to transform an agricultural into an industrial economy.
What are labor, land, capital, technology, transportation, & market?
This was the impact that industrialization had on each of the following regions: Northeast, Midwest, and South.
What were (NE) Textiles and manufacturing / (MW) transportation, trade & banking, big cities emerge / (S) cotton gin, King cotton and increased reliance on slavery?
This future president led the US forces in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in AL, and later, at the Battle of New Orleans.
Who was Andrew Jackson?
The Battle of Fallen Timbers and later, Tecumseh’s War, resulted in the US dominating this territory.
What is the Northwest Territory?
This was the name of the law that required the Native Americans to be resettled in reservations.
What is the Indian Removal Act?
This was the longest war in American history, until the Vietnam War took place; it happened in FL.
What is the Second Seminole War?
This US Supreme Court decision, a victory for the Cherokee nation, resulted in President Jackson saying “Mr. Marshall has made his decision; now let him enforce it!”
What is Worchester v. State of GA?
This was Andrew Jackson’s nickname, from his troops during the War of 1812, given to him because he was so tough.
These are the names of the two types of tariffs discussed in class.
What are revenue and protective (or protection)?
This was the name of the famous debate in the US Senate between a supporter of nullification and someone who opposed it.
What was the Webster- Hayne Debate?
This man became Treasury Secretary to Jackson; he later served on the Supreme Court and authored the Dred Scott decision.
This is an explanation of how the two factors that caused the Panic of 1837 worked together.