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History 9

Webster Own property, vote, and no taxes
Dorr Started new government
Bureu Loyalty to party and use favors along with checks and balances
Hayne Retain west power, lower tariff, and make sure sides don't combine
5 tribes Cherokee, creek, Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw. Keep land because they are civilized
Removal act Relocated to west. Jackson moved because he could even though the I won
Trail of tears Thousands died and Jackson protected the tribes
Seminole war Black slaves and Seminole uprose and fought for land
Anti masonry Resentment against Freemasons and opposed aristocrats.
Specie circular Accepted gold and silver and produced a financial panic. Money put into treasury
Created by: Bernadette31