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Unit 3 Vocab

8th grade pre ap social studies

Term✰Definition✰
Indian Removal Act The act to force all Indians to move west.
Andrew Jackson Seventh president of the United States.
Trail of Tears The trail that the Indians walked on while moving west.
Nullification The act of cancelling something.
Spoils System A act of regarding public offices.
Battle of San Jacinto Decisive battle of the Texas Revolution.
Alamo Mission in San Antonio, Texas
Antonia Lopez De Santa Anna Mexican leader.
Sam Houston American soldier and politician.
Annex To remove.
Manifest Destiny To expand.
49er Gold Rush group.
Mountain Men Explorers who lives in the wilderness.
Common School Movement The movement to let everyone have education.
Seneca Falls Convention Convention about women rights.
Charles Finney Leader and a pastor.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Leading figure of the early women's rights movement.
Dorothea Dix Creator of asylums.
Horace Mann Leader of common school movement.
Asylums Place where the mentally ill stay.
Temperance Movement The act of limiting alcohol use.
Created by: MaryReese