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Chapter12 Vocab.JH:)

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Monroe's Secretary of State, and was New Englands choice. John Quincy Adams
A former military hero from Tennessee. Andrew Jackson
This was the idea of spreading political power to all the people and ensuring majority rule. Jacksonion Democracy
The practice of giving government jobs to political backerss. Spoils System
A brilliant Cherokee who tried to find a way to teach the Cherokees to "talk on paper like white man". Sequoya
1830, This act called for the government to negotiate treaties that would require Native Americans to locate west. Indian Removal Act
Under the treaties, Native Americans would be moved to an area that covered what is now Oklahoma, and parts of Kansas and Nebraska Indian Territory
A harsh journey of the Cherokee from their homeland to Indian Territory. Trail of Tears
An important Indian leader in Indian resistance wars. Osceola
Was hailed as "one of the master-spirits who stamp their name upon the age in which they live". John C. Calhoun
This bill raised tariffs on raw materials and manufactured goods. Southeners were outraged. Tariff of Abominations
This said, a state had the right to nullify, or reject, a federal law that it considered unconstitutional. doctrine of nullification
1830, a great debate over nullification. Webster-Hayne debt
He was in the 1830 debate, and was a powerful speaker from Massachusettes. Daniel Webster
To withdrawl, South Carolina threatened to do this. secession
An increase in prices and decrease in the value of money. inflation
Was Jackson's Vice President, and became President in 1836. Martin Van Buren
A widespread of fear about the state of the economy, and spread throughout the country. Panic of 1837
A severe economic slump. depression
Named after a British Party that opposed the royal power. Whig Party
1840, Whigs choosed him to run for President(From Ohio) William Henry Harrison
Whigs chose him to run for vice-president(From Virginia) John Tyler
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