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3 Don’t Forget... Contestants

4 …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!

5 Hands on your buzzers, its...

6 Election Center National Bank Indian Removal Act Name the President Whigs & Dems Potpourri (Anything) CLICK HERE FOR DOUBLE JEOPARDY CLICK HERE FOR DOUBLE JEOPARDY

7 JACKSON WON THE ELECTION OF 1828 EASILY BECAUSE THIS RESTRICTION ON VOTING WAS REMOVED. Elections $100

8 Land Ownership Back to Game

9 THIS WAS THE NICKNAME FOR THE ELECTION OF 1824 Elections $200

10 The Corrupt Bargain Back to Game

11 HENRY CLAY AGREED TO SUPPORT JOHN QUINCY ADAMS IF IN RETURN HE RECEIVED THIS CABINET POSITION. Elections $300

12 Secretary of State Back to Game

13 THIS WAS THE MAJOR ISSUE IN THE ELECTION OF 1832 Elections $400

14 The veto of the National Bank Back to Game

15 BECAUSE NO ONE CANDIDATE RECEIVED A MAJORITY OF THE ELECTORAL VOTE IN THE ELECTION OF 1824, THIS GROUP CHOSE THE PRESIDENT. Elections $500

16 Back to Game The House of Representatives

17 HE WANTED TO DESTROY THE NATIONAL BANK BECAUSE HE SAW IT AS A MONSTER The National Bank $100

18 Andrew Jackson Back to Game

19 ANDREW JACKSON GREATLY DISLIKED THIS PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL BANK. The National Bank $200

20 Nicholas Biddle Back to Game

21 JACKSON HAD ALL OF THE MONEY MOVED FROM THE NATIONAL BANK TO STATE BANKS, WHICH WERE NICKNAMED THIS The National Bank $300

22 Pet Banks Back to Game

23 The National Bank $400 THIS MAN TRIED TO MAKE THE VETO OF THE NATIONAL BANK AN ISSUE IN THE ELECTION OF 1832 TO BEAT ANDREW JACKSON

24 Henry Clay Back to Game

25 The National Bank $500 ALTHOUGH A NEW NATIONAL BANK WAS PART OF WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON'S SOLUTION TO THE DEPRESSION, HE DIED IN OFFICE AND THE BANK WAS STOPPED BY THIS

26 A Veto by John Tyler Back to Game

27 ANDREW JACKSON AND THE DEMOCRATS SUPPORTED THIS, WHERE FRIENDS OF JACKSON RECEIVED GOVERNMENT JOBS. Whigs and Democrats $100

28 The Spoils System Back to Game

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30 THE WHIGS WERE ORIGINALLY THE FOLLOWERS OF THIS POLITICIAN. Whigs and Democrats $200

31 John Quincy Adams Back to Game

32 Whigs and Democrats $300 THIS PARTY WANTED TO GET RID OF THE NATIONAL BANK

33 Democrats Back to Game

34 Whigs and Democrats $400 THIS PARTY SUPPORTED INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS TO ROADS, BRIDGES, AND CANALS

35 Whigs Back to Game

36 Whigs and Democrats $500 JOHN TYLER WAS KICKED OUT OF THIS PARTY

37 Back to Game Whigs

38 Indian Relocation Act $100 THIS WAS THE NAME OF THE TRIP THAT THE CHEROKEES WERE FORCED TO TAKE TO BE RELOCATED

39 The Trail of Tears Back to Game

40 THIS WAS THE AREA WHERE THE CHEROKEES WERE BEING RELOCATED TO Indian Relocation Act $200

41 West of the Mississippi River OR Oklahoma Back to Game

42 NOT ONLY DID THE US GOVERNMENT AGREE TO GIVE THE CHEROKEE NATION LAND, BUT THEY ALSO AGREED TO PAY THE CHEROKEE THIS AMOUNT OF MONEY. Indian Relocation Act $300

43 $5 million Back to Game

44 JOHN MARSHALL RULED THAT THE CHEROKEE HAD THE RIGHT TO KEEP THEIR LAND IN THIS COURT CASE. Indian Relocation Act $400

45 Worcester V. Georgia Back to Game

46 THIS TREATY WAS NOT SIGNED BY THE CHEROKEE PRESIDENT, JOHN ROSS, BUT BY THREE OTHER CHEROKEES WITHOUT THE AUTHORITY TO DO SO. Indian Relocation Act $500

47 The Treaty of New Echota Back to Game

48 Name the President $100 HE WAS THE PRESIDENT OF THE "COMMON MAN”

49 Andrew Jackson Back to Game

50 Name the President $200 THIS PRESIDENT DIED AFTER LESS THAN A MONTH IN OFFICE

51 William Henry Harrison Back to Game

52 Name the President $300 THIS LEADER OF THE WHIG PARTY DID NOT ENJOY BEING PRESIDENT AND LATER SERVED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

53 John Quincy Adams Back to Game

54 Name the President $400 THIS PRESIDENT, ELECTED IN 1836, BELIEVED IN LAISSEZ-FAIRE ECONOMICS

55 Martin Van Buren Back to Game

56 Name the President $500 THIS PRESIDENT WAS THE FIRST TO NOT BE ELECTED. HE TOOK OVER AFTER THE PREVIOUS PRESIDENT DIED.

57 John Tyler Back to Game

58 Potpourri $100 THE MAIN RESULT OF THE PANIC OF 1837 WAS A 3-YEAR ___________ ______________.

59 Back to Game Economic Depression

60 Potpourri $200 THE TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS LED SOUTH CAROLINA TO PASS THIS STATE LAW.

61 Back to Game The Nullification Act

62 Potpourri $300 ANDREW JACKSON OFTEN MET WITH THIS GROUP OF UNOFFICIAL ADVISORS.

63 Kitchen cabinet Back to Game

64 Potpourri $400 AMERICA BECAME MORE DEMOCRATIC WHEN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES WERE NO LONGER CHOSEN IN CAUCUSES, BUT AT THESE EVENTS INSTEAD.

65 Nominating Conventions Back to Game

66 Potpourri $500 THIS FORMER VP WAS OUTSPOKEN AGAINST THE TARIFFS OF HENRY CLAY AND STRONGLY SUPPORTED STATES RIGHTS

67 John C. Calhoun Back to Game

68 Monroe Doctrine Section-alism 7 Letter Words Common Bond It Must Be A “John” Thing Stupid Answers CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY

69 THE US AGREED NOT TO HELP THESE TRY TO GAIN INDEPENDENCE. Monroe Doctrine $200

70 European Colonies Back to Game

71 THIS NATION SUPPORTED THE UNITED STATES AND THE MONROE DOCTRINE Monroe Doctrine $400

72 Britain Back to Game

73 THE US TOLD EUROPEAN NATIONS NOT TO DO THIS. Monroe Doctrine $600

74 Recolonize or interfere with new nations Back to Game

75 THIS NEW NATION THAT GAINED INDEPENDENCE HAD FORMERLY BEEN THE LIFEBLOOD OF NEW SPAIN. Monroe Doctrine $800

76 Mexico Back to Game

77 THE US WAS ATTEMPTING TO PROTECT NEW NATIONS LIKE THOSE SET FREE BY THIS MAN, KNOWN AS THE LIBERATOR. Monroe Doctrine $1000

78 Back to Game Simon Bolivar

79 THIS MAN REPRESENTED THE WEST. Sectionalism $200

80 Henry Clay Back to Game

81 THIS MAN REPRESENTED THE NORTH. Sectionalism $400

82 Daniel Webster Back to Game

83 THIS MAN REPRESENTED THE SOUTH. Sectionalism $600

84 John C. Calhoun Back to Game

85 Sectionalism $800 THIS WAS THE NAME OF HENRY CLAY'S PLAN TO HELP ALL OF THE REGIONS WORK TOGETHER AND NOT DEPEND ON OTHER NATIONS.

86 The American System Back to Game

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88 Sectionalism $1000 SECTIONALISM MEANS THIS.

89 Loyalty to your state or region rather than to the US as a whole Back to Game

90 HE FOUNDED THE WHIG PARTY, AND LIKE HIS FATHER, WAS ONLY A ONE- TERM PRESIDENT. It Must Be a “John” Thing $200

91 John Quincy Adams Back to Game

92 HE RESIGNED AS ANDREW JACKSON'S VICE- PRESIDENT OVER THE ISSUE OF TARIFFS. It Must Be a “John” Thing $400

93 John C. Calhoun Back to Game

94 It Must Be a “John” Thing $600 HE RULED IN FAVOR OF THE CHEROKEE IN THE CASE OF WORCESTER V. GEORGIA.

95 John Marshall Back to Game

96 It Must Be a “John” Thing $800 HE WAS THROWN OUT OF THE WHIG PARTY AFTER VETOING THE NATIONAL BANK.

97 John Tyler Back to Game

98 It Must Be a “John” Thing $1000 HE WAS THE CHIEF OF THE CHEROKEE DURING THE TRAIL OF TEARS.

99 Back to Game John Ross

100 7-Letter Words $200 THIS TYPE OF BARGAIN LED TO JOHN QUINCY ADAMS BECOMING PRESIDENT.

101 Corrupt Back to Game

102 7-Letter Words $400 THE FIRST NAME OF THE FIRST PRESIDENT TO DIE IN OFFICE.

103 William Back to Game

104 TAXES ON FOREIGN GOODS (PLURAL) 7-Letter Words $600

105 Tariffs Back to Game

106 INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDED ROADS, CANALS, AND THESE, WHICH ARE USED TO CROSS RIVERS 7-Letter Words $800

107 Bridges Back to Game

108 LAST NAME OF THE MAN WHO SUPPORTED THE NULLIFICATION ACT. 7-Letter Words $1000

109 Calhoun Back to Game

110 Common Bond $200 JOHN TYLER ANDREW JACKSON JAMES MONROE

111 Presidents Back to Game

112 Common Bond $400 KILLING THE NATIONAL BANK RELOCATING NATIVE AMERICANS REPRESENTING THE COMMON MAN

113 Goals of Andrew Jackson Back to Game

114 Common Bond $600 ROADS BRIDGES CANALS

115 Internal Improvements Back to Game

116 Common Bond $800 John C. Calhoun Daniel Webster Henry Clay

117 Regional leaders Back to Game

118 Common Bond $1000 John Quincy Adams Martin Van Buren John Tyler

119 1-term presidents (did not get re- elected) Back to Game

120 Stupid Answers $200 A CARTOON TITLED KING ANDREW THE FIRST POKES FUN AT ANDREW JACKSON AND IMPLIES THAT HE ACTED MORE LIKE ONE OF THESE THAN LIKE A PRESIDENT.

121 Back to Game A King

122 Stupid Answers $400 ANDREW JACKSON'S FRIENDS WERE SPOILED WHEN HE USED THIS SYSTEM TO GIVE THEM GOVERNMENT JOBS.

123 Back to Game The Spoils System

124 Stupid Answers $600 TRY NOT TO CRY ABOUT THIS SAD JOURNEY THAT THE CHEROKEE WERE FORCED TO TAKE.

125 Trail of Tears Back to Game

126 Stupid Answers $800 THIS STATE THREATENED TO "S" "C" EDE OVER THE TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS.

127 South Carolina Back to Game

128 Stupid Answers $1000 THE NULLIFICATION CRISIS WAS CAUSED BY THE TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS AND THIS ACT PASSED IN SOUTH CAROLINA.

129 The Nullification Act Back to Game

130 FINAL JEOPARDY

131 TODAY’S CATEGORY: “TO THE VICTORS BELONG THE SPOILS” (PLACE YOUR WAGERS)

132 ANDREW JACKSON HAD THIS MAN, HIS SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, REMOVE THE FUNDS FROM THE NATIONAL BANK TO BE PUT INTO STATE BANKS.

133 ROGER TANEY


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