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Social Studies 7 th Grade Chapters 11-12
Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Row 1, Col 1 Southerners who wanted to break away, or _________ from the United States. Secede
1,2 He ran for president in 1824 and his father was a former president. John Quincy Adams
1,3 Who was the Seminole leader that fought the United States to keep their land. Osceola
1,4 The practice of replacing government employees with the winner’s supporters is called ___________. The Spoil’s System
2,1 The yearly meeting of the mountain men was called a _______________. Rendezvous
2,2 Trying to win an advantage by saying negative comments about an opponent. Mudslinging
2,3 This act allowed the federal government to pay Native Americans to move out West. Indian Removal Act
2,4 After Jackson backed a bill that would lower tariffs, he passed the _____________. This allowed him to use military to enforce acts of Congress (states could not just secede). Force Bill
3,1 The first group of settlers in the Oregon country were mountain men and next group were the ____________. Missionaries
3,2 The Native Indians were forced to give up their land and move West. More than 4,000 Cherokee died on this journey known as the _________________. The Trail of Tears
3,3 The President who was for the “common man.” Andrew Jackson
3,4 After Van Buren won the election as President, the country entered a severe economic _____________ which lasted even longer due to his belief in the principle laissez-faire. Depression
4,1 This city was founded by the Mormons. It was first called Deseret. Salt Lake City
4,2 One of the main reasons that people decided to settle in Oregon. (What did Oregon have the most of the Northeast did not?) Fertile Land (free)
4,3 What event only lasted a few short years but affected the economy of California for a very long time. Gold Rush
4,4 This country wanted control over Oregon. Britain
5,1 This is the philosophy that the United States believed they were destined to own the land all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Manifest Destiny
5,2 These people made the most profit during the Gold Rush. Merchants
5,3 Who was the person who led the Morons into the Great Salt Lake area? Brigham Young
5,4 How did mountain men make their living? Fur trading
SECTION 1. PRESIDENT FROM WHO WAS SEEN AS A CHAMPION OF THE COMMON MAN “Old Hickory” ANDREW JACKSON.
Matching 1 – 5 A Andrew Jackson’s opponent in 1828 Mistrusted strong central government Wanted strong central government Ruins a reputation
Jackson Era. Sec. 1 Jacksonian Democracy only political party Jeffersonian Repub. Election 1824 John Quincy Adams elected Corrupt bargain.
Nicholas Biddle President of the Bank of the United States.
Oregon Country Mexican American War California Gold.
A New Crisis Ch 12 Sect 3. Vocabulary States’ Rights – The right of states to limit the power of the federal government Nullification – Idea that a state.
Template by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Click Once to Begin JEOPARDY! Westward Expansion.
Jeopardy!! Chapter 12 Review. People Politics of the People Native Americans State’s Rights Prosperity and Panic $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Unit 5 – A Changing Nation Chapter 12. I. The Age of Jackson A. Jacksonian Democracy and States’ Rights 1. Sectionalism Changes Politics a. the election.
President James Monroe Won the Election of 1816 and reelection in Won the Election of 1816 and reelection in Era of Good Feelings- Period.
The Jackson Era Chapter 11 Review. Who were the four candidates who ran for President in 1824? Where were they from? John Quincy Adams, New England Henry.
Jacksonian Democracy Chapter 10, Section 1
YEARACQUISITION 1803The Louisiana Purchase Bought from France 1845Annexation of Texas Joint resolution of Congress after Texas independence from Mexico.
The Age of Jackson – Ch. 12 Story Notes Obj.: explain events and issues of Andrew Jackson’s presidency.
ADAMS, JACKSON, AND VAN BUREN. THE ELECTION OF 1824.
Chapter 7, Section 2 Pages How and why should a country seek to expand its territory? How should a nation treat regional differences? Are.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 38 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
Chp 12 Test Don’t Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!
SSH4H6 The students will explain the westward expansion of America between 1801 and 1861.
Chapter 12 The Age of Jackson. Let’s Review… Presidents… 1. George Washington 2. John Adams 3. Thomas Jefferson 4. James Madison 5. James Monroe.
Elected in Popular in the South Ran against John Quincy Adams who he said was part of the aristocracy. The first President to come from humble roots.
Hosted by Mr. Childs Civil War Medicine Civil War Generals Civil War Battles The Civil War
Andrew Jackson - A New Crisis Setting the Scene Chapter 12 section 3 Pg.370.
Westward Expansion Answering the questions of the leaders of Idontknowwhere…
Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
The Gold Rush TexasOregon.
Westward Expansion Mr. Bennett- 8 th Grade Social Studies.
Constitutional Disputes in the Age of Jackson tears/videos#jacksons-personality-and-legacy
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Chapter 7 Section 2: Trails to the West. Crossing the Appalachians Several main roads west From Northeast- Mohawk trail into west NY From Philadelphia-
Reteaching Activity What did the Indian removal Act allow? It allowed the federal government to pay Native Americans to move west It allowed.
Andrew Jackson. Early Life Andrew Jackson was born into a poor family in South Carolina. He fought in the American Revolution Became famous as the commander.
Andrew Jackson and Manifest Destiny Alexis Gorfine.
Andrew Jackson as President Chapter 10, Section 3.
Map it out! Oregon Country Polk and Manifest Destiny.
John Quincy Adams (son of John Adams) ran against Andrew Jackson (now called Democrat not Democratic-Republican). Jackson won the popular vote but lacked.
Andrew Jackson’s Presidency Clay and the American System A Man for the People Jackson’s Successors Manifest Destiny.
A New Crisis Setting the Scene Chapter 12 section 3 Andrew Jackson John C. Calhoun A dinner party argument over states-rights. Our Federal Union - It must.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt VocabularyMonroe Growing Pains Jackson.
Stop looking up here and listen to coach brown. Taxes and Natives Tariff of 1828 (what’s its other name) Passed before Jackson’s administration Favored.
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4 major candidates: Andrew Jackson John Quincy Adams Henry Clay William Crawford.
Ch 12 The Age of Jackson. During his presidency, Andrew Jackson makes political and economic decisions that strongly affect the nation.
Standard(s): 18. Examine the US government’s treatment of Native Americans during the expansion years 24. Explore how a region’s history, geography, and.
Westward Expansion The WestTrails to the West Conflict With Mexico A Rush to the West Odds and Ends $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000.
Chapter 14 Andrew Jackson and the Growth of American Democracy.
Jackson Years. Election of 1824 Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams run for Presidency Jackson received the most popular votes, but not a.
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