← chapter 7 balancing nationalism and sectionalism review Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All John Quincy Adams (5th president) Andrew Jackson (6th president) doesn't support the bank. he hates Biddle the most. William Henry Harrison (9th president) ran with Martin Van Buren & Harrison won but within a month, he died from pneumonia. John Tyler (10th president) was William Henry Harrison's Vice President but Harrison died. so John Tyler became the president. he was also known as "His Accidency" John C. Calhoun (SC) vice president for Andrew Jackson, supported nullification theory Henry Clay supports the bank Daniel Webster is a senator John Marshall is chief of sumpreme court, he said the Indian could stay, Jackson doesn't listen, forces the Indians to leave. Nicholas Biddle Bank president, Biddle & Jackson hates each other. Panic of 1837 a U.S. financial crisis in which banks closed and the credit system collapsed, resulting in many bankruptcies and high unemployment. Democrats a party, Whigs new name for the party (used to be called the Democratic-Republican party) the political party formed in 1834 to oppose the policies of Andrew Jackson. American System Henry Clay's idea. a pre-Civil War set of measures designed to unify the nation and strengthen its economy by means of protective tariffs, a national bank, and such internal improvements as the development of a transportation system. Tariff of Abominations John C. Calhoun's name for an 1828 tariff increase that seemed to Southerners to be enriching the North at their expense. Indian Removal Act a law, enacted in 1830, that forced Native American peoples east of the Mississippi to move to lands in the West. Trail of Tears the marches in which the Cherokee people were foricbly removed from Georgia to the Indian Territory in 1838-1830, with thousands of the Cherokee dying on the way. The Indians walked to Olkahoma. Maysville Road Veto dmjfalkjdflkaj Jackson's Bank War Jackson vetoed the bank to recharter the bank. Clay and Webster wanted to introduce the renewal earlier. Jackson tried to kill the "BUS", before its charter ran out, hwe appointed pet banks. Biddle decided to have the bank call in loans. The bank went out of business. Formed a new party ( the Whig party ) Adams & Webster & Clay. Spoils system the pratice of winning canididates' rewarding their supporters with government jobs. Oklahoma a state, Nullification Theory John C. Calhoun supported. The Tariff doesn't match the law, its unconstitutional. Assimilation a minority group's adpotion of the beliefs and way of life of the dominant culture. State's Rights jdsjfkjdkaj Cherokee a Indian tribe, Vorcester v. Georgia (1832) akfjaldkjf Missouri Compromise a series of agreements passed by Congress in 1820-1821 to maintain the balance of power between slave states and free states. Adams-Onis Treaty an 1819 agreement in which Spain gave over control of the territory of Florida to the United States. "Force Bill" fadfa Monroe Doctrine a policy of U.S. opposition to any European interference in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere, announced by President Monroe in 1823.