Jackson relied on a group of informal advisors called his…
This act authorized the removal of Native Americans living east of the Mississippi River to lands in the west.
Indian Removal Act
What was Henry Clays plan called to solve the Nullification Crisis?
Branches of public service concerned with government administration, but not including the military is known as…
What was Sequoyas role in Native American history?
He created a writing system for the Cherokee Language
These contributed to the expansion of democracy in the U.S. in the 1820s because they allowed more people to become active in politics
Rewarding supporters by giving them government jobs was known as the …
What was the main Democratic criticism of John Quincy Adams candidacy for presidency?
He was out of touch with the everyday person
During Andrew Jacksons presidency westerners supported policies that …
Boosted the farming economy and encouraged further settlement
In 1834 a new political party formed to oppose Andrew Jacksons presidency. What was the partys name and why was the name significant?
Whigs named after the English political party that opposed the monarchy because they thought he was acting too much like a king.
What was Andrew Jacksons view on the 2 nd Bank of the U.S.?
It was unconstitutional extension of Congress and should be in the power of the states
Which Supreme Court Case ruled that the National Bank was constitutional
McCulloch v. Maryland
What did Jackson do to destroy the bank even though it was not within his power to do so.
Withdrew all the funds and put them into state banks
Why did Jackson force all payments made on federal lands to be in gold or silver?
To help with inflation
What was the role of the National Bank in the 1800s?
Deal with any payment or receipts of federal money, hold federal deposits, and transfer federal funds between states
In the early 1800s southerners opposed tariffs because tariffs…
Angered their European trade partners
Northerners supported tariffs in the early 1800s because tariffs helped them complete with …
The Nullification Crisis was a dispute over the power of the states to…
Reject unconstitutional federal laws
What was Daniel Websters position on States Rights?
The welfare of the nation overrides the concerns of the individual states
What was Andrew Jacksons position on Nullification? How did he plan to carry it out?
Nullification is unconstitutional because the Constitution created one nation and not a group of states. He told South Carolina they had to collect the tax of he would use the force bill to send in the military
Where was Indian Territory?
Identify the federal agency created to remove the Native Americans to the West.
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Who benefited the most from Jacksons plan to remove Native Americans to the west?
American Farmers in the South
Which group did Osceola lead against U.S. troops?
What was the Second Seminole War?
Seminole were forced to sign a peace treaty but will fight to resist with minor success
What effect did the Tariff of Abominations and the Nullification Crisis have on Sectional differences in Andrew Jacksons America?
Ill feelings between North and South over the tariff North needed it and the South hated it, South thought they earned the right to reject federal laws because they created the nation and would succeed if needed, North felt we were one nation and states could not do their own thing