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US history

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What year was the Louisiana Purchase? 1802
Which Supreme Court case established judicial review? marbury vs. madison
Which battle inspired the writing of the Star Spangled Banner? attack at fort mchenry
Why were early factories built mostly in the Northeast? waterpowered factories
How did an improved transportation system affect westward expansion? it made it easier to move west
What was the significance of the Missouri Compromise? missouri comprimise kept the balance between free and slave states
Explain the terms of the Monroe Doctrine no european colonization in he western himespere
Put these events in chronological order: Whig Party is established; Era of Good Feelings; Trail of Tears; Jackson elected president; Missouri Compromise missouri compromise, jacksons president,trail of tears, whig party,era of good
What was Jackson’s main campaign tactic in 1828? for the common man
Describe Jacksonian Democracy common man, majority rules, expansion of voting rights
Define: spoils system; nullification; Manifest Destiny spoils system was jobs for political supporters
What were the reasons that the Cherokees were forced to move west? gold, indian removal act, jackson ignored supreme court
What were Jackson’s views on secession and nullification? he didnt thnk the states had the right to do either
Describe the sequence of events that led to the Nullification Crisis nullificatin up= tariff up, nullification down= tariff down
What was the significance of the Webster-Hayne Debate? hayne is from the south, its over states rights, tariff hurts southern economy, and helps northern industry
How was John C. Calhoun important during the Age of Jackson? john c. calhoun vice p.,fro south carolina, and supported nulification
What was Jackson’s view of the 2nd National Bank? thought it favored the rich
What were the causes of the Panic of 1837? to many bank loans to land speculators
Why were farmers not impacted as severely during the Panic of 1837? they could grow their own food
Put these presidents in chronological order: Madison, Jackson, John Q. Adams, Van Buren, Monroe. madison, monroe, quincy adams, jackson van buran
Describe the reasons that Americans moved west. news of gold
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