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What year was the Louisiana Purchase? 1803
Which Supreme Court case established judicial review? Marbury Vs. Madison
Which battle inspired the writing of the Star Spangled Banner? Fort McHenry
Why were early factories built mostly in the Northeast? Water powered factories
How did an improved transportation system affect westward expansion? Travelers could move west easier
What was the significance of the Missouri Compromise? Missouri was admitted as a slave state and Maine as free state.
Explain the terms of the Monroe Doctrine No European colonization and U.S. wont get involved with European affairs.
Put these events in chronological order: Whig Party is established; Era of Good Feelings; Trail of Tears; Jackson elected president; Missouri Compromise Missouri Compromise,Jackson elected President, Trail Of Tears, Whig Party is established, Era of good feelings,
What was Jackson’s main campaign tactic in 1828? Common man
Describe Jacksonian Democracy. Common Man, Majority Rule,Expansion Of Voting Rights,
Define: spoils system Giving jobs to president backers.
What were the reasons that the Cherokees were forced to move west? Gold On Land, Indian Removal Act, Jackson ignored supreme court ruling.
What were Jackson’s views on secession and nullification? Jackson doesn't think states have right to secede.
Describe the sequence of events that led to the Nullification Crisis. Hayne is a Southern and Webster is Northern.
What was the significance of the Webster-Hayne Debate? John C. Calhoun v.p. from South Carolina for Nullification.
How was John C. Calhoun important during the Age of Jackson? He thinks it favors the wealthy and privileged.
What was Jackson’s view of the 2nd National Bank? Banks gave to many loans to land speculators.
What were the causes of the Panic of 1837? They make their own food.
Describe the reasons that Americans moved west. Money and religious tolerance.
Put these presidents in chronological order: Madison, Jackson, John Q. Adams, Van Buren, Monroe. Madison,Monroe,Quincy Adam,Jackson,Van Buren.
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