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Jacksonian America

american republic 11

What was the Spoils System? The giving of government positions to those who help the president.
What was Jackson's "Kitchen Cabinet"? A group of close friends that served as informal advisors.
What two reasons did the indians not want to leave? 1.)Misunderstanding 2.)They wanted their land
What did the Indian Removal Act give the power to do? Gave the militia power to move the indians by force.
Which indians refused to give up their lands? The Cherokee
What was the forced removal of the indians called? The Trail of Tears,1838
Who led the Sauk and Fox tribes? Black Hawk
Which tariff was designed to raise money? The revenue tariff
Which tariff protected the American businesses and manufacturers? The protective tariff
Who promoted nullification? Robert Y. Hayne
Who attacked nullification? Daniel Webster
Ordinance of Nullification- Nullified tariffs of 1826 & 1832 and threatened to succeed if the government used force.
Comp. of 1833 would gradually lower the tariff over a course of ten years.
What was faced during the Van Buren years? An Economic Depression
What was president Tyler called? The man without a party
Created by: lydiajhille