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Chapter 12 Vocab KL

Monroe's secretary of state and New England's choice for president. John Quincy Adams
A former military hero form Tennessee. Andrew Jackson
The idea of spreading political power to the common people. Jacksonian democracy
The practice of giving governments jobs to political backers. spoils system
A Cherokee that invented a writing system for the Cherokee use. Sequoya
An act that told the government to negotiate treaties for the Indians to relocate. Indian Removal Act
An area where the Indians in the South were moved. Indian Territory
The harsh journey of the Cherokee from their homeland to the Indian Territory. Trail of Tears
A Seminole leader that won many battles. Osceola
A young Congressman and he fought for states' rights. John C.Calhoun
A high tariff on raw materials. Farmers hated it hence the name. Tariff of Abominations
A stated that said states have the right to nullify a federal law that it considers it unconstitutional. doctrine of nullification
A debate in senate about the doctrine of nullification. Webster-Hayne debate
A very good speaker in the debate. Daniel Webster
Withdrawal for the Union secession
An increase in prices and a decrease in the value of money. inflation
The president in 1836. Martin Van Buren
Widespread fear of the collapse of the economy. Panic of 1837
A severe economic slump. depression
A political party formed by people who disliked Jackson. Whig Party
The president in 1840. Died a month after inauguration. William Henry Harrison
William Harrison's Vice president became president when he Harrison died. John Tyler
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