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Chapter 12- 13 USA

United States Of America History

QuestionAnswer
When was the Louisiana Purchase made? 1803.
Which Supreme Court case established judicial review? Marbrury v Madison.
What Battle inspired the United States' national anthnem,"Star Spangled Banner" Attack on Fort Mc Henry/ Battle for Fort Mc Henry.
Why were early factories built mostly in the Northeast? Water Powered Factories.
How did an improved transportation system affect westward expansion? Travlers moved west.
What was the significance of the Missouri Compromise? Balance of power between free and slave states.
What did the Monroe Docrine claim? Europe could not colonize in the Americas.
List the events in chronlogical order: Era of Good Feeling,Whig Party,Missouri Compromise, Trail of Tears, and Jackson's Presidecy. Missouri Compromise, Jackson's presidency, Trail of tears, Whig Party, and Era of Good Feeling.
What was Jackson’s main campaign tactic in 1828? Common Man.
Describe Jacksonian Democracy. Common man, meaning everything was for the people.
Define: spoils system; nullification; Manifest Destiny Spoil Systems- Giving jobs to backers. Nullification- Unconstitutional Laws. Manifest Destiny- The belief that United States was to expand west.
What were the reasons that the Cherokees were forced to move west? Gold was found on their land, Jackson ignored supreme court,and the Indian Removal Act.
What were Jackson’s views on secession and nullification? States have the right to nullify.
Describe the sequence of events that led to the Nullification Crisis. Tariff, Nullification Act, Tariff goes down, Nullification Act removed.
What was the significance of the Webster-Hayne Debate? Southern States' economy got damaged.
How was John C. Calhoun important during the Age of Jackson? Vice President that supported Nullification.
What was Jackson’s view of the 2nd National Bank? They could not be trusted.
What were the causes of the Panic of 1837? Bank gave too many loans to land speculators.
Why were farmers not impacted as severely during the Panic of 1837? Farmers grow their own food.
20. Put these presidents in chronological order: Madison, Jackson, John Q. Adams, Van Buren, Monroe. Madison,Moroe,Quincey Adams,Jackson,Van Buren.
Describe the reasons that Americans moved west. Money and Religious Tolerance
Created by: USHistory