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Causes: › “Get rich quick” with “land-office business” › Jacksonian Finance Failure in wheat crops › British Bank Failure “Pet Banks” Effects › Transportation advancements › Bank failures › Price decrease › Unemployment
Political cartoon demonstrating the unemployment effects of the Panic of 1837
Whigs › New major political party Martin Van Buren › Divorce Bill
Divorce government from banking Not popular with even Van Buren’s own party (Democrats) Whigs hated this bill Led to the ideas of the Independent Treasury Bill
Passed in 1840 › Whigs repealed it later Established independent treasury › Government put large sums of money into banks in big cities
Western expanders wanting quick money was the main cause of the Panic of Van Buren’s idea of “divorcing” the government from the banks led to the Independent Treasury Bill.
Democratic ideals spreading Jackson removed National Bank and created Specie Circular › Beyond his purpose Both caused the Panic of 1837, which led to the Independent Treasury Bill
Depression Doldrums and the Independent Treasury By: Mitch H. & Andy L.
Chapter 13 – The Rise of Mass Democracy Part C. Political Parties “Democrats” Jackson’s Democratic-Republicans’ Opponents of Jackson – “Whigs”
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.
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.
Chapter 8: The Spirit of Reform Section 1: Jacksonian America
The Rise of a Mass Democracy. A. The “Corrupt Bargain” of 1824 Universal white manhood suffrage 1824 election “corrupt bargain” energized.
Indian Removal Jackson believed could not work –Allowing Native Americans to live in original areas would also not work (1830) –Moved more than 100,000.
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.
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.
VAN BUREN PRESIDENCY. Whig Party Formed in 1834 to oppose Jackson, but Jackson never ran. Called themselves the Whigs after the English political Party.
B. YANKEE MISFIT IN WH The Election of John Quincy Adams and the Founding of Fort Vancouver, (01:55 )
Warm Up Prepare for Notes. Jackson Battles the Bank.
© Mark Batik Jesuit College Preparatory. Multiple causes Multiple consequences West was hard hit ◦ Foreclosures on farms ◦ Large western debt
The end of the Jacksonian era: Chapter 13/ section 4/ pages
USATest Prep Info… Username: npauldingga Student password: newton53 Choose Stanley US History test me the results
U.S 1. Introduction of Whigs Began in 1834 Brought together in opposition to “King” Andrew Jackson Jackson crushed National Republicans in 1828.
Jackson Era Part 2 Chapter 7 Section 5. Evaluate the significance of the debate over tariffs and the idea of nullification. Summarize the key events of.
Andrew Jackson Part II – 1850: Democrats – party of tradition, agricultural, pro- slavery, rapid expansion, external growth (trade / foreign policy).
“The Little Magician, Tippecanoe and Tyler Too” ( ) J.A.SACCO.
America’s History Sixth Edition CHAPTER 10 A Democratic Revolution, Copyright © 2009 by Bedford/St. Martin’s and Matthew Ellington, Ruben S.
By: Alex Elway. The Indian removal acts were signed into law by Andrew Jackson on May 28, This act allowed him to negotiate with Native Americans.
Jackson and the Bank Chapter 11: Section 3 Pp
The Presidency of Andrew Jackson Tempest and Turmoil in a New Political Order,
Old Hickory Wallops Clay in ‘32 Jackson’s supporters again raised the hickory pole while Clay men detracted Jackson’s dueling, gambling,cockfighting,
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.
CHAPTER 13 The Rise of a Mass Democracy, 1824–1840.
Jacksonian Democracy and the Second Party System.
Essential Question For some the election of Andrew Jackson brought about a revolutionary change in politics for the common man as opposed to.
Jackson: ‘Man of the People’ Born in a small Log Cabin in SC War of 1812 hero of the Battle of New Orleans First president since George Washington without.
Bank War Jackson and Biddle. Second Bank of the US Re-chartered in 1816 Led by Bank President: Nicholas Biddle Bank did the following things: –Sold government.
The End of the Jackson Era Chapter 10, Section 5.
Presidents and Politics Standards…& Essential question SSUSH 7e: Explain Jacksonian Democracy, expanding suffrage, the rise of popular political.
ANDREW JACKSON Move over, Cherokees! Oh, and, hey, Supreme Court, I do what I want!
1 AGE OF JACKSON “KING ANDREW?” “PRESIDENT OF THE COMMON MAN”? OR.
The Jacksonian Era Chapter 11 Lecture Outline © 2013 W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.
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.
APUSH Mr. Buttell. Voting Requirements in the Early 19c.
Copyright ©2000 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.1 Brinkley, THE UNFINISHED NATION, 3/e Chapter Nine: Jacksonian America
CHAPTER 3: SPIRIT OF REFORM Section 4: Jacksonian America.
Jackson & The Bank Chapter 10, Section 3 Glencoe
Chapter 10, Section 3 Jackson and the Bank California State Standards 8.8,
The Age of Jackson. Sectionalism Changes Politics Andrew Jackson- U.S. President from John Quincy Adams presidential candidate favored.
Essential Question: Champion of the “Common Man”? “King” Andrew? OR.
Andrew Jackson The Bank War. Read the brief explanation of the bank War and answer the question below. 1. Based on the quote, what can you infer about.
Good Economic Times, Government Will Try and Take Some of the Credit… Bad Economic Times, Government Will Get the Blame!
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.
Jackson attacked the bank as being an organization of wealthy Easterners which ordinary citizens had no control Jackson still felt the bank was unconstitutional.
Effects of the War on the Bank. Bill for renewal came to Jackson on J JJ July 4, 1832 ◦J◦J ackson was sick in bed Jackson vetoed the bill that would give.
1 Advanced Placement United States History Chapter 13 Bailey/Cohen/Kennedy The American Pageant.
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.
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