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1 Friday, March Update your table of contents DateEntry TitleEntry # 3/21Jackson’s Policy Towards Natives wksheet 32 3/21Native American Movement map33 3/22Jackson “Key Events” notes 34 3/23 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk notes35 2. Turn to your next blank page in your spiral and title it: Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk notes 3. Vocabulary Quiz Monday over chapter 12 (entry #31)

2 Did Mrs. Siek take role???? Yes – go on to next slide No – GO TAKE ROLE NOW!!!!!

3 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 1.Martin Van Buren *Hand picked by Jackson (#8)*Easily won *One term *Texas is recognized as independent

4 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 1.Martin Van Buren*Hand picked by Jackson *Easily won *One term *Texas is recognized as independent *Amistad case 2.Panic of 1837*Speculators did not pay back loans used to buy land *State banks were loaned money with no limit and printing their own money (not backed by silver and gold) *Jackson ordered that anyone buying public land had to pay for it with gold or silver – speculators rushed to banks to exchange the paper money and banks did not have enough gold/silver and were force to close

5 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 2.Panic of 1837*Speculators did not pay back loans used to buy land *State banks were loaned money with no limit and printing their own money (not backed by silver and gold) *Jackson ordered that anyone buying public land had to pay for it with gold or silver – speculators rushed to banks to exchange the paper money and banks did not have enough gold/silver and were force to close *Cotton prices dropped (too much of it) *Planters couldn’t repay loans *More banks closed *Depression lasted 3 years *van Buren did little to help b/c he believed the gov’t should stay out of economic affairs

6 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 3.William H. Harrison*Van Buren v. William Henry Harrison (#9) harrison#president-william-henry-harrison harrison#president-william-henry-harrison

7 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 3.William H. Harrison *Van Buren v. William Henry Harrison *Harrison wins based on his war record and “common” man reputation *Delivers a 2 hour inaugural address *Dies after a month of pneumonia

8 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 3.William H. Harrison *Van Buren v. William Henry Harrison *Harrison wins based on his war record and “common” man reputation *Delivers a 2 hour inaugural address *Dies after a month of pneumonia 4.John Tyler (#10)

9 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 3.William H. Harrison *Van Buren v. William Henry Harrison *Harrison wins based on his war record and “common” man reputation *Delivers a 2 hour inaugural address *Dies after a month of pneumonia 4.John Tyler (#10) *Texas becomes annexed in 1845 *Oregon Trail opens

10 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 3.William H. Harrison *Van Buren v. William Henry Harrison *Harrison wins based on his war record and “common” man reputation *Delivers a 2 hour inaugural address *Dies after a month of pneumonia 4.John Tyler (#10) *Texas becomes annexed in 1845 *Oregon Trail opens 5.James K. Polk (#11)

11 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 5.James K. Polk *Oregon Treaty – sets border with British Canada (#11)*California becomes independent *Manifest Destiny – America is destined by God to own all land from the Atlantic to the Pacific *Mexican –American War

12 Van Buren/Harrison/Tyler/Polk 5.James K. Polk *Oregon Treaty – sets border with British Canada (#11)*California becomes independent *Manifest Destiny – America is destined by God to own all land from the Atlantic to the Pacific *Mexican –American War

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14 Vocabulary chapter 12 Jacksonian Democracy Spoils System Indian Removal ActIndian Territory Trail of TearsTariff of Abominations Doctrine of NullificationWebster-Hayne Debate SecessionInflation Panic of 1837Depression Whig Party


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