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History ch12

TermDefinition
John Quincy Adams Monroes secratary of state
Andrew jackson tride to be president and a war hero from Tennese
Jacksonian democracy idea of spreding political power to all the people there by ensuring majority rule
spoils system practice of winning candidits giving gov. jobs to political backers or supporters
Sequoya a cherokee man who tride to teach his people to write
Indian Territory present day Oklahomeand parts of Kansas and Nebraskato which NA were moved under the IRA
Indian removal act 1830 act called for gov. to negotiate treaties that would require NA to relocate west
trail of tears tragig jourmy of the Cherokee people from there home land to indian territory, thousends died
Osceola most important leader of the war lead suprise attacks
John C. Calhoum leader of the U.S congress
Tariff of Abominations 1828 law that raisedthe tariff on raw materials and manufactured goods
Doctrine of Nullification right of a state to reject a federal law that is unconstitutional
Webster-Hayne debate 1830 debat between Daniel webster and Robert Hayne over the doctorin of nullification
Daniel webster a senitor from Mass. ,the most important speaker of his time
secession withdrawl
inflation i9ncreas on the price of goods and servacis and decreased in the value of money
Martin Van Buren Vice president to Jakson
Panic of 1837 financial crisis in which banks closed and the credit system colapsed
depression sever economic slump
Whig party political party orginized in 1834 to oppose the policies of Andrew Jackson
John Tyler chosen by the Whigs to run for Vice president
William Henry Harrison man from Ohio who was chosen by the Whigs to run for president
Created by: M0502049