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Present Day Oklahoma
Where was Indian Territory?
This was the main Democratic criticism of John Quincy Adams.
What is that he was out of touch with everyday people?
Called for an equal number of free states and slave states.
What is the Missouri Compromise?
This system used by President Andrew Jackson rewarded his supporters by giving them government jobs.
What is the spoils system?
President Andrew Jackson openly disagreed with his vice-president, John C. Calhoun about this.
What was the nullification crisis?
President Jackson was the defender of this group of people.
What is the common man?
Limited naval power on the Great Lakes.
What was the Rush-Bagot Agreement?
He believed that the 2 nd national Bank was unconstitutional.
Who was Andrew Jackson?
The fur trade.
What was valuable in the Oregon Country?
This document said the United States would view any colonization in Latin America a threat to the United States.
What is the Monroe Doctrine?
The Rush-Bagot agreement between the United States and British Canada did this.
What is limit naval power on the Great Lakes?
This was the Supreme Court ruling in Worcester v. Georgia.
What is the state of Georgia had no legal power over the Cherokee?
This trade was the reason that the United States and Great Britain wanted control over Oregon Country.
What was the fur trade?
Area in present day Oklahoma where the Native American were moved to.
What is Indian Territory?
This valuable mineral was found on the Cherokee land, and this ultimately led to their removal.
What is gold?
This doctrine told the American people and the world what the US would view as a threat.
What was the Monroe Doctrine?
The Whig party favored these two ideas when it formed to oppose Andrew Jackson in 1836.
What was a weak President and a strong Congress?
This compromise helped maintain a balance of free states and slave states.
What was the Missouri Compromise?
1 st road built by the national government.
What was the Cumberland Road?
This document said the United States would not get involved in European wars.
What was the Monroe Doctrine?
This area of the United States did not allow slavery in 1820.
What was the Northeast?
This was how the Cherokee people resisted removal to Indian Territory.
What was the adoption of white culture?
The reason that Van Buren won the election of 1836.
What was the Whigs had 4 candidates on their ballot?
This allowed more people to be active in politics in the 1820’s.
What was the nominating conventions?
This convention established a border between the US and Canada extending to the Rocky Mountains.
What was the Convention of 1818?
This was the ruling of the Georgia v. Worchester case.
What was Georgia state laws did not apply to the Cherokee?
This was most significant about the Choctaw Indians after 1830.
What was: they were the first American Indians removed to Indian Territory?
This was one example when President Jackson did not uphold his oath of office.
What was the Georgia v. Worchester ruling?
This group was helped by the tariffs placed on European goods.
Who were the Northern Businesses?
This was the first canal built by the US Government.
What was the Erie Canal?
Make your wager
This was John C. Calhoun’s argument against the Tariff of Abominations.
What was that the federal government should have less power than states?