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Who succeeded Jackson as President?
Martin Van Buren (10)
Who was the country’s 9 th President and what political party was his part of?
William Henry Harrison, Whigs (20)
When Harrison died, who became President?
John Tyler (30)
Why were the Whigs unable to win the 1836 election?
They ran three candidates which split the vote. (40)
What economic issues was Martin Van Buren forced to deal with?
Panic of 1837 – paper money became worthless because of inflation and people could not get access to gold and silver from pet banks. (50)
Major religious reform movement known as what?
Second Great Awakening (10)
How were new religious reform ideas commonly spread?
Revivals! Large gatherings, could last 4-5 days, with up to 20,000 people (20)
What system stressed the relationship between humans and nature?
What made the religious reforms of the S.G.A. so novel?
You were now responsible for your own salvation (40)
Name two leading transcendentalists.
Ralph Waldo Emerson Henry David Thoreau (50)
What does “suffrage” mean?
Voting rights (10)
What name was given to the social concept that women should only do housework and raise children?
Cult of Domesticity (20)
What were the ideas from the Seneca Falls Convention based on?
Declaration of Independence (30)
How did immigration impact workplace reforms?
Immigrants were coming in huge #s and willing to work for less – made it harder to fight for better working conditions (40)
How did the women’s rights movement and workplace reforms movement impact each other?
More women began working, but were given unequal wages and treatment. (50)
What was the most pressing social issue for reformers?
Who benefitted the least from education reforms?
Females – were not taught math, science, or history (20)
What major successes did education reformers see?
Schools were free and funded by taxes Teachers were trained Students required to attend (30)
Where did the Underground Railroad take slaves?
1.North towards Canada 2.South to the Caribbean 3.West to Mexico (40)
Why did abolitionists have to get slaves out of the country?
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 required citizens to return fugitive slaves. (50)
Where did Ms. Schram go to college?
Boston College (10)
What is Ms. Schram’s favorite movie?
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (20)
What did W.H. Harrison die from?
Who was the country’s fattest president?
W.H. Taft at 335 lbs (40)
Name all 5 Great Lakes
Huron Ontario Michigan Erie Superior (50)
Van Buren Deals with Jackson’s Legacy. Jackson’s Legacy Pet banks- printed paper money in excess of actual gold and silver reserve Made paper money basically.
Chapters 9-10 Foner Rise of the American nation Jefferson to Jackson.
1 WARM UP Identify three of the following from last class: 1) Development in Farm Equipment 2) Development in Transportation 3) Development in Communication.
USH (2:3) ● Sectionalism ● Sections of the country at odds with each other ● The Missouri Compromise ● “Slave “State” or “Free State”? ● The answer: admit.
Study Guide #7 1) Identify and define 2 examples of polical corruption in the early 1800’s 2) Identify and define 3 reform movements and their leaders.
Social Reform SSUSH7 Students will explain the process of economic growth, its regional and national impact in the first half of the 19th century, and.
Jackson attacked the bank as being an organization of wealthy Easterners which ordinary citizens had no control Jackson still felt the bank was unconstitutional.
Mr. Holmes Misc 1 Misc 2.
Chapter 8: The Spirit of Reform, THE AGE OF JACKSON Section One:
Jeopardy! Life and Reform in the North Reformers 1 These sisters were among the first women to speak publicly against slavery Angelina and Sarah.
Chapter 10 Democratic Politics, Religious Revival, and Reform,
I. Causes A. The government sold millions of acres of land in the West The Panic of 1837.
American History Chapter 3: An Emerging New Nation III. Religion and Reform.
Chapter 13 “New Movements in America” Ms. Monteiro.
Chapter 11 Section 3. Jackson vs. The Bank Jackson hated the Second Bank of the United States (owned by rich Easterners) Nicholas Biddle – Bank president.
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.
Changes in US Reforms and Moving West Texas, Mexican War, and Slavery.
The Presidency after Jackson. Martin Van Buren ► Jackson’s hand-picked successor ► One-term president only ► The country suffers a depression during his.
CHAPTER 11 Panic and Boom, Web. Economic Crisis and Innovation Martin van Buren elected president in 1836 Panic of 1837 created by foreign.
JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY. Mass production Eli Whitney Interchangeable parts Cotton Gin - removed seeds from cotton -Strengthened the institution of.
Good Economic Times, Government Will Try and Take Some of the Credit… Bad Economic Times, Government Will Get the Blame!
Jackson vs. National Bank Prosperity and Panic. The National Bank Most powerful bank in the U.S. It held government funds and issued money. The President.
1 The Age Of Jackson 1825 – John Quincy Adams becomes President 1828 – Tariff of Abominations passed 1829 – Andrew Jackson is inaugurated; The Democratic.
Reform Movements in America. Public Education Before 1860, only two states made school mandatory Before 1860, only two states made school mandatory Few.
SSUSH7 Students will explain the process of economic growth, its regional and national impact in the first half of the 19th century, and the different.
The main issue that pulled the Whig party together was opposition to Jackson’s policies protective tariffs the National Bank the Force Bill.
REFORM MOVEMENTS SOCIAL REFORM ORGANIZED ATTEMPT TO IMPROVE WHAT IS UNJUST OR IMPERFECT.
The Age of Jackson Chapter 7 Section 3. Election of 1824 John Quincy Adams vs. Andrew Jackson (Old Hickory) Jackson wins popular vote, but neither gets.
Chapters 8, 9 and 13 REVIEW. Second Great Awakening 19th century religious movement in which individual responsibility for seeking salvation was emphasized.
SECTION 1. PRESIDENT FROM WHO WAS SEEN AS A CHAMPION OF THE COMMON MAN “Old Hickory” ANDREW JACKSON.
Objective 2.04 Assess political events, issues, and personalities that contributed to sectionalism and nationalism.
ANDREW JACKSON Move over, Cherokees! Oh, and, hey, Supreme Court, I do what I want!
Jacksonian Era: The Age of the Common Man.
WHITE MEN'S “DEMOCRACY” 1. Democracy in Theory and Practice n Fear that democracy would lead to anarchy wanes in the 1820s and 1830s n Equality of opportunity.
VAN BUREN PRESIDENCY. Whig Party Formed in 1834 to oppose Jackson, but Jackson never ran. Called themselves the Whigs after the English political Party.
Three Presidents No One Remembers Martin Van Buren William Henry Harrison John Tyler.
“The Little Magician, Tippecanoe and Tyler Too” ( ) J.A.SACCO.
The Jacksonian Era Martin Van Buren The Depression of 1837 The Whig Party The Log Cabin Campaign Tocqueville The Second Great Awakening.
A (VERY) QUICK OVERVIEW The New Party System DEMOCRATS Supporters of Andrew Jackson and non-interventionist government WHIGS Formed during.
Chapter 11 Jacksonian America. The People’s President Andrew Jackson was popular because he related well to the people and came from a similar situation.
THE AGE OF JACKSON: SECTION 2 During a time of growing Sectionalism, Andrew Jackson’s election in 1828, ushered in a new era of popular democracy.
Election of no winner of electoral college -John Q. Adams chosen over Jackson as President -Called corrupt bargain because Jackson had most votes.
Chapter 15 American Nation textbook, pages Newgate Prison had terrible conditions Powerpoint by Ms. Russo 1.
The Age of Jackson. Adams’ July 4, 1821 Speech “What ever the standard of freedom and independence has been or shall be unfurled, there will her [America’s]
Chapter 10 Section 1: Political Change. John Quincy Adams Takes Office Adams got off to a bad start in his presidency People believed that he had made.
Background Jackson ran for president in 1824 and lost to John Q. Adams. During this time period ( ), the number of voters increased by more that.
How did Andrew Jackson’s election break with the politics of the past? What are the major domestic and political issues of the Jackson Era?
Jeopardy The Game of Knowledge 19 th Century Reformers Industrial Rev/Jackson ReformersVarious Westward Expansion.
Analyze the extent to which mid-19th century reforms & movements influenced the development of democracy.
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