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Which reason motivated industrialists in northern states to favor tariffs during the early 1800s? Tariffs would increase the demand for American manufactured goods.
Which 1828 political party rejected the national bank and supported the presidential campaign of Andrew Jackson? Democratic Party
Use the terms below and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. Strategy, guide, plan, course of action Which of the following terms is similar in the meaning to the terms above? Policy
In 1836, Cherokee Indians were given two years to _____. By 1838, only 2000 had done so. The U.S. government sent 7000 troops to force the Cherokee Indians to march west. It is known as the _____ At least 4,000 Cherokee had died of cold, hunger/disease. migrate...Trail of Tears
Which headline could have accompanied the election of Andrew Jackson as president? A Victory for the Common Man
How did the Cherokee respond to the Indian Removal Act passed by the Jackson administration? They went to the Supreme Court asking that their rights be protected.
What was the impact of Jackson's attempt to reduce conflicts between American Indians and white settlers during the 1830s? American Indians were forced to relocate.
Which statement would likely reflect the point of view of a descendant of the Cherokee nation interpreting information from the map? "It shows a tragedy in our history."
Which of the following was NOT an issue during the era of the Age of Jackson? the Civil War
Many historians consider Andrew Jackson's election as president to be a major shift in American politics that is sometimes referred to as the "Revolution of 1828." Why would his election be considered a "revolution"? Jackson's election represented a shift of political power from elites to the common people.
1. South Carolina nullifies tarrifs 2. First election of Andrew Jackson as president 3. John Quincy Adams elected president 4. Trail of Tears Which of the following correctly orders the events chronologically? 3, 2, 1, 4
Why did President Andrew Jackson oppose renewing the charter for the Second Bank of the United States? The bank had too much power over the economy and favored the wealthy.
All of the following factors helped Jackson win the presidency in 1828 EXCEPT -- the new Whig Party supported and funded Jackson's election campaign.
"The acts of the Legislature of the State of New York, granting to Robert R. Livingston and Robert Fulton the exclusive navigation of all the waters within the jurisdiction of that State... What is the significance of this decision? Only the federal government has the power to regulate interstate commerce.
Which concern of Andrew Jackson was a primary issue dividing the political parties during his presidency? the Bank of the United States
One which issue did Andrew Jackson defy the Supreme Court? Indian removal
Which factor contributed to both the Nullification Crisis as well as the secession of Southern states? the protection of states' rights
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