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John Quincy Adams John Quincy Adams was the sixth President of the United States. He served as American diplomat, Senator, and Congressional representative.
Andrew Jackson A former military hero from Tennessee. HE became president.
Jacksonian Democracy The idea of spreading political power to all the people.
Spoils System The practice of winning canidates giving government jobs to political supporters.
Sequoya A Cherokee silversmith. In 1821 he completed his independent creation of a Cherokee syllabary, making reading and writing in Cherokee possible.
Indian Removal Act Called for the government to negotiate treaties that would require Native Americans to relocate west.
Indian Territory Oklahoma and parts of Kansas and Nebraska to which Native Americans were moved under Indian Removal Act.
Trails Of Tears The tragic journey of the Cherokee people from their homeland to Indian Territory.
Osceola Seminole Indian chief. He led his people in the Seminole Wars.
John C. Calhoun One of the master spirits.
Tariff Of Abominations A law that raised the tariffs on raw materials and manufactured goods.
Doctrine Of Nullification A right of a state to reject a federal law that it considers unconstitutional.
Webster-Hayne Debate A debate between Daniel Webster and Robert Hayne over the doctrine of nullification.
Daniel Webster A senator from massachusetts and the most p[owerful speaker of his time.
Secession To withdraw.
Inflation An increase in the price of goods and services and a decrease in the value of money.
Martin Van Buren He was elected president in 1836.
Panic Of 1837 A financial crisis in which banks closed and the credit system collapsed.
Depression A severe economic slump.
Whig Party A political party organized in 1834 to oppese the policies of Andrew jackson.
`William Henry Harrison He was chosen by the Whigs to run for president.
John Tyler He was chosen by the Whigs to run for vice-president.
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