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What Treaty ended The War of 1812?
The Treaty of Ghent
Who became a war hero (and later president) due to his actions in the war?
The battle of New Orleans; Andrew Jackson
What was James Monroe's political party?
James Monroe was a Democratic-Republican
What did Monroe present during his seventh annual meeting with congress?
The Monroe Doctrine
What was the Supreme Court ruling in the case of Worcester v. Georgia
The court decided that: prohibiting Native Americans to live in U.S territory without a license to be unconstitutional
What was the 800 mile march across the country walked by Native Americans?
The Trail of Tears
What did President Jackson decide to destroy in order to benefit the common people?
The National Bank
What was James Madison's political party?
James Madison was a Democratic-Republican
What were the three main causes of The War of 1812?
A variety of Trade restrictions were conducted by Great Britain in order to hinder the United State's trading with France, the British fleet's impressment of U.S seamen into the Royal Navy, and the support that Britain was giving to rebelling native American Tribes.
Who wrote the United States National Anthem?
Francis Scott Key
What the main message, or idea that The Monroe Doctrine was trying to convey?
Any intervention with U.S politics or affairs by other countries that the U.S is not associated with will be considered hostile.
To what country in particular was The Monroe Doctrine addressed to?
Which two priests helped lead their nations to freedom?
Miguel Hidalgo, and Jose Morelos
Who idolized Andrew Jackson, and helped elect him to office?
Americans who despised Native Americans. Many Southerners, and fellow war veterans also supported him
Which present day state was issued as "Indian territory"
during the Indian Removal Act?
What practice was initiated by President Jackson in which political supporters were rewarded with government positions?
The Spoils System
Why did Northerners benefit from the protective tariffs of 1828?
It helped the Northerners compete with Great Britain
Which political party was Andrew Jackson a member of?
Andrew Jackson was a democrat
How did the Southern States react to The Tariff of 1828?
They threatened to break the law (not pay the tariff), and spoke of potentially seceding from the union
Why did the political leaders of the Federalist Party meet in Hartford Connecticut?
They discussed their thoughts on the War of 1812, and the problems concerning the rising power of the nation's federal government. This was named the Hartford Convention
Who president during The War of 1812?
James Madison was in office
Due to the potential blockade of their ports by the British Navy, which individuals were opposed to what war?
New England merchants were opposed to The War of 1812
What document warned against European interference in which hemisphere of the planet?
The Monroe Doctrine; Western Hemisphere
What was Andrew Jackson's nickname?
Who gained benefit from The Indian Removal Act?
Those who wanted new land, and territory to set up towns, businesses, and more were rewarded by The Indian Removal Act. Particularly the wealthy.
What was the period of time when voting rights were extended to more people?
The Civil Rights Movement
Southern states believed that if they thought a law was unconstitutional that they should be able to-
Break/ not follow that law; equality/balance of power
Which Supreme Court case saw Cherokee fighting against President Jackson for their rights?
Cherokee Nation v. Georgia
What kind of weapons were found in the battle of Tippecanoe? What did the discovery lead to?
British firearms were found, which in turn led to The War of 1812
What were the end results of The War of 1812?
1. Nobody won or lost the war
2. No territory was gained or lost
3. The U.S demonstrated its ability to be independent
4. New sense of national pride/patriotism
5. The Federalist party disbanded
Definitions for the following terms:
1. A tax or fine placed on something
2. To withdraw formally from something, or leave respectfully
3. Countering the acts of something, or canceling it
4. "A belief or set of beliefs held and taught by a church, political party, or other group."
5. A conservative perspective that is concerned with "grander concepts", and has no interest in "petty affairs."
6. A patriotic standpoint, always wanting the best for your country.
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