Glossary of history test 3
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- the missouri compromise of 1820 stated that...
- maine is a free state and missouri is a slave state no matter what.
- under the missouri compromise, once a slave reaches 25, they can't be
- held as a slave anymore
- under the missouri compromise, miss ouri can't import
- any new slaves
- anytime in tests when it mentions compromising, he's referring to...
- henry clay
- how many political parties were involved in the election of 1824? and how many candidates where there? who were the top 3
- 1 party (republican)
calhoun, jackson, adams
- who finished first, but why couldn't he be president in the election of 1824?
- jackson, he didn't get 51%
- who played a big role in picking the president in the election of 1824?
- henry clay
- who did henry clay choose in the election of 1824?
- john quincy adams
- who ran under the democratic republican party?
- van buren and calhoun
- who ran under the national republican party?
- adams, clay
- in the election of 1828 who one and by what percentile? what was his main strategy to win?
- jackson by 68%, to make a positive image of himself and a negative image of adams
- what did jackson restore the government to?
- common man
- who did jackson start cleaning out?
- the elitists
- what was the indian removal?
- to remove cherokee tribes east of the indian river (trail of tears)because they were attacking white settlers.
- why did jackson enforce the indian removal?
- because he was carrying out the will of the american people.
- who hated and who liked the protective tarriff.
- south hated. north liked.
- what was the tariff of 1828 otherwise known as?
- tariff of abomination.
- what did the south want calhoun to do?
- join with the south's ideas.
- what was calhoun running as? and under who?
- vp under jackson
- what did jackson say that calhoun needed to do in order to remain his vp
- quite south carolina down because they were openly upset.
- what was the theory of nullification?
- the idea from calhoun used to quiet down south carolina
- what did the theory of nullification state?
- states rights meant that you could judge acts of congress. and that if the government passes a law that the state doesn't like then that state can nullify federal laws that they don't like within their borders
- what are congresses two options under the theory of nullification.
- repeal the law.
or make it an ammendment
- what are the states options under the theory of nullification?
- supmit to the will of congress. or seceede from the us
- did calhoun put his name on the theory of nullification? did it get south carolina to be quiet?
- once jackson becomes president, it's his job to...
- enforce the tariff.
- who was peggy eaton (oneil) what did she do?
- she was married to timberlake who was in the army. while he was away she met eaton and fell in love with him. they had an affair. eaton was a congressman from tennessee. they tried to keep their affair under wraps, but timberlake came home, he died at sea by falling off of a boat. some say he committed suicide.
- who went out of his way to be nice to eaton?
- van buren?
- who was being mean to eaton?
- calhoun's wife?
- what was calhoun's wife's name?
- who stood up for eaton?
- what was mr. eaton under jackson?
- secretary of war
- what did calhoun use for the tariff of 1832?
- the theory of nullification
- what was the force bill?
- congress said that jackson could invade south carolina to enforce law.
- both sides claimed...
- calhoun said that won because? jackson said he won because?
- calhoun- the tariff was lowered
jackson- he opposed nullification
- what did nicholas biddle do?
- ran the second bank of the us
- what did the second bank of the us do?
- helped businesses and economy grow. kept state level banks honest
- what doesn't jackson believe in? why?
- loans or paper money. he feels its an undemocratic institution
- who called for the recharter bill of 1832?
- henry clay.
- clay said that if jackson vetoed the bill then he would
- use that against him in the next election
- did jackson veto the bill? why?
- yes because it's an undemocratic institution.
- did americans side with jackson on the bank war?
- what was the antimasonic party opposed to?
- the masonic lodge
- to kill the bank of the us they must
- remove all of the funds
- the president didn't have the authority to remove the funds but who did?
- the secretary of treasury
- who was jacksons first treasurer?
- who was jacksons second treasurer that he chose?
- what did the treasurer do?
- remove the funds and place them in "pet banks."
- what are pet banks?
- various state banks that they put money into.
- what was the biddle panic?
- state level banks started to print paper money and the government couldn't keep state banks honest.
- what did people start referring to jackson as?
- king andrew the first
- who was john tyler?
- a southerner who felt that jackson had overstepped his authority.
- in the election of 1836, since jackson will "pick his successor" who will he pick?
- martin van buren
- why was the only reason that van buren won?
- because jackson t old people to vote for him.
- what did the whig party stand for?
- we hate andrew jackson
- the us economy had tanked before
- van buren was even sworn in.
- martin van buren spent his life trying to get people to like him so
- he could be president
- van buren is blamed for...
- the economy
- what did the independent treasury act do?
- it built warehouses to house government funds
- vanburen faced the loss of
- popularity and democratic support
- what did the log cabin campaign have to do with?
- the whig party nominating harrison and tyler (who was technically a democratic candidate at heart) but they only ran him because they wanted to run a jackson - like candidate.
- harrison was very...
- wealthy and not like the average man.
- the whigs made harrison out to be...
- common. like jackson.
- the whigs made van buren out to be
- an elitist.
- who ran for the liberty party? what did he oppose? why?
because he said that god came to him in a dream and was judging him of the sin of slavery. the next day he let his slaves go.
- what will be an issue from the election of 1840 on?
- who wins the election of 1840 (the log cabin campaingn)
- harrison as pres. tyler as vp
- what was the whig fiasco of 1841
- webster becomes one of the most dominating positicians of the north.
- who does webster beat, and for what position?
- clay for the position of secretary of state.
- what did harrison die of? how long was his speech? how long was he in office for?
1 hr. 40 min.
- who becomes the first vp to become president?
- who did the people say that tyler should refer to?
- clay and webster
- clay said that he was going to force what on tyler?
- his agenda
- what did clay always call tyler?
- mr. vice president
- what was clay's desire to get?
- a third bank of the us
- clay said that if tyler destroyed the bank, then he would
- destroy him
- clay said that if tyler didn't destroy his bank then he could get
- anything passed for him
- clay said that he would be tyler's allie if he
- signed the bank in.
- did tyler sign it or veto it?
- what did clay do after tyler vetoed the bank?
- he destroyed tyler and all he cared about.
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