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AP U.S. History Bowl. Units 5-7: 1824-1848. Ultimate Question. Round 1. Round 2. Jacksons. Calhouns. Polks. Old Hickory. Transport- ation. Manifest Destiny. Market Revolution. Age of Reform. Amer - indians. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200.

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    1. AP U.S. History Bowl Units 5-7: 1824-1848

    2. Ultimate Question Round1 Round 2 Jacksons Calhouns Polks

    3. Old Hickory Transport- ation Manifest Destiny Market Revolution Age of Reform Amer -indians $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

    4. $100 Candidate Jackson was “robbed” of the presidency in 1824 due to this alleged backroom deal between J. Q. Adams and Henry Clay. Scoreboard Answer

    5. $100 What is the “Corrupt Bargain?” Scoreboard

    6. $200 This new trend in voting resulted in millions of common people voting for the “Hero of the West” in 1828. Scoreboard Answer

    7. $200 What is the New Democracy? Scoreboard

    8. $300 These two issues were the biggest of Jackson’s presidency. Scoreboard Answer

    9. $300 What were: the Nullifcation Crisis and the killing of the BUS? Scoreboard

    10. History Double Place a bet between $100 to $1000 (or higher if you have more money) Question

    11. $400 With this new policy, if you voted for “King Andrew I,” he’d hook you up with government offices. Scoreboard Answer

    12. $400 What was the Spoils System? Scoreboard

    13. $500 This VP told Andy, “I resign”, due to the Tariff of 1832. Scoreboard Answer

    14. $500 • Who is John C. Calhoun? Scoreboard

    15. $100 This New York project, completed in 1826, connected the East to the West with shallow waters. Scoreboard Answer

    16. $100 What is the Erie Canal? Scoreboard

    17. $200 This was the most important development of the transportation revolution. Scoreboard Answer

    18. $200 What is the railroad? Scoreboard

    19. $300 In 1807, this guy invented a boat that could swim upriver. Scoreboard Answer

    20. $300 Who is Robert Fulton? Scoreboard

    21. $400 This turnpike eventually connected western Maryland with Vandalia, Illinois. Scoreboard Answer

    22. $400 What is the National Road (Cumberland Road)? Scoreboard

    23. $500 As a result of the Transportation Revolution, these three major consequences resulted. (Identify 2) Scoreboard Answer

    24. $500 • What were: • a national market • economy • regional specialization • westward movement Scoreboard

    25. $100 This 1848 treaty gave the U.S. nearly ½ of Mexico’s territory. Scoreboard Answer

    26. $100 What is the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? Scoreboard

    27. $200 This tragic journey resulted from Jackson’s refusal to honor Worcestor v. Georgia. Scoreboard Answer

    28. $200 What is the Trail of Tears? Scoreboard

    29. $300 The 49th parallel border provision of this treaty angered those who had cried “54˚40’ or Fight!” Scoreboard Answer

    30. $300 What is the Oregon Treaty? Scoreboard

    31. $400 Southerners wanted a transcontinental railroad so they bought a barren strip of land as a result of this purchase. Scoreboard Answer

    32. $400 What is the Gadsden Purchase? Scoreboard

    33. $500 These were the four aspects of “Young Hickory’s” Four-Point Plan. (Identify three) Scoreboard Answer

    34. $500 What are: California Oregon Independent Treasury System Lower Tariffs Scoreboard

    35. $100 This was the first industry in America’s Industrial Revolution Scoreboard Answer

    36. $100 What is the textile industry? Scoreboard

    37. $200 This 1837 Jacksonian Supreme Court decision reduced monopoly in state infrastructure projects. Scoreboard Answer

    38. $200 What is the Charles River Bridge case? Scoreboard

    39. . $300 This “cotton-pickin’” inventor revolutionized manufacturing by utilizing interchangeable parts. Scoreboard Answer

    40. $300 What is Eli Whitney? Scoreboard

    41. $400 This business legal principle gave entrepreneurs more protection from personal bankruptcy. Scoreboard Answer

    42. $400 What is limited liability or general incorporation Scoreboard

    43. $500 This guy’s revolutionary steel plow could cut through the thickest black soil of the prairie. Scoreboard Answer

    44. $500 Who is John Deere? Scoreboard

    45. $100 This lady helped reform the inhumane treatment of mental patients. Scoreboard Answer

    46. $100 Who is Dorothea Dix? Scoreboard

    47. $200 This reform movement overshadowed all others in the antebellum period. Scoreboard Answer

    48. $200 What is abolitionism? Scoreboard

    49. $300 This Massachusetts man became the leading proponent of tax-supported public education in America. Scoreboard Answer

    50. $300 Who is Horace Mann? Scoreboard