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Chapters 9&10 vocab

TermDefinition
artisans skilled, experienced craft workers
putting-out system farming families were hired to perform specific tasks in the production process for a set wage
labor theory of value the value of a product should accurately reflect the labor needed to produce it
Working Men's Party lodged radical protest against the exploitation of workers that accompanied industrialization
specie "hard money" or gold and silver coins
machine tools devices that cut and shaped metal to make standardized, interchangeable parts for other mechanical devices
Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin
Cyrus McCormick developed mechanical reaper
Cumberland Road national highway that provided thousands with with a route from Maryland to Illinois
Erie Canal linked Hudson River, and thus New York City and the Atlantic seaboard, to the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River valley
spoils system rewarding party loyalists
John C. Calhoun South Carolinian, Jackson's vice president, developed theory of nullification
corrupt bargain term used to describe the election of 1824 by Jacksonians. Henry Clay gave the presidency to J. Q. Adams when it went to the House of Representatives after no candidate received a majority
American System called for high tariffs, a national bank, and federally sponsored internal improvements of canals and roads
Tariff of Abominations 1828 tariff that the south hated, especially South Carolina. This tariff would be a tax of 50% on imported goods and those who supported states' rights did not approve
rotation in office replacement of appointed federal officials
nullification the voiding of unwelcome federal laws
Whigs political party that championed active federal government committed to internal improvements
Indian Removal Act law that forced many Native American tribes to eave their homes and relocate
Trail of Tears the route that the Native Americans took from their homes to Oklahoma, so named because around 4,000 Cherokee died because of this forced removal
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