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Jacksonian Democracy– Trashball Review. Certain letters of SOAPSTone are given… figure out what is described. Audience – European countries Purpose – Tell European countries that the Americas were closed to recolonization Tone - warning. Monroe Doctrine.

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certain letters of soapstone are given figure out what is described
Certain letters of SOAPSTone are given… figure out what is described
  • Audience – European countries
  • Purpose – Tell European countries that the Americas were closed to recolonization
  • Tone - warning
washington s policy regarding foreign affairs that president monroe was trying to follow
Washington’s policy regarding foreign affairs that President Monroe was trying to follow.
slide6
He was known as the “Great Compromiser”
  • Not a big fan of Andrew Jackson
under the missouri compromise
Under the Missouri Compromise…
  • Which state entered the Union as free and which as a slave state?
slide11
Maine – free
  • Missouri - slave
number associated with the missouri compromise
Number associated with the Missouri Compromise
  • Slavery was not allowed north of this line…
democratic republican party
Democratic – Republican party

democratic republican party

slide19
Corrupt Bargaining between JQA and Henry Clay – angered Jackson, Jackson decided to break off, b/c he didn’t want to be associated with JQA
slide20
He was orphaned at a young age
  • Lived on the frontier
  • War Hero from War of 1812 with Battle of New Orleans
slide27
Thought he was too powerful and ruled like king
  • Use spoils system
  • Killed the 2nd Bank’s charter by using veto power
north b c
North, b/c
  • They manufactured a lot of goods
slide43
Mainly farmers who grew crops and needed to export crops to foreign countries and buy manufactured goods
slide46
John C Calhoun and other southern states felt that if a law violated a state’s rights a state had the right to reject the law.WHAT IS THIS CALLED?
nullify
nullify
  • Nullify or nullification – reject the law
slide48
White missionary living with Cherokee, without a permit required by Georgia law
  • He was taken to court and sentenced to 4 year.
  • He appealed his case to the Supreme Court.
  • Court ruled in his favor
slide50
In the case of Worcester v. GA, the court ruled that the Cherokee nation was their own sovereign nation and therefore didn’t have to follow…
slide57
Gold was discovered on lands
  • Land wanted to farm cotton
slide58
Jackson president during this event
  • Indians forced from their homes
  • Forced to make a thousand mile journey in harsh weather
  • Thousands of Natives died along the way
what can the following events best by classified as during van buren s presidency
What can the following events best by classified as during Van Buren’s presidency?
  • Price of cotton collapsed
  • Price of land collapsed
  • Price of slaves collapsed
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