# APUSH Ch 7 Nationalism Terms & People

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James Fennimore Cooper
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He was a representative for South Carolina and one of the original War Hawks. He supported the Tariff Bill of 1811 because he thought the bill would lead to manufacturing in the south and cultivation of cotton. He later changed his mind, though, and opposed it because the bill was being used to enrich Northern manufacturers.
A nationalist from New Hampshire & a War Hawk in Congress in 1816. He was a strong spokesman for New England. He was involved in the Webster-Haynes debate over states' rights. He served as Secretary of State under the Tyler administration. In 1836 he ran for the Presidency as a member of the Whig party, losing to Martin Van Buren. He was America's greatest orator.
A free black slave who lived in the Carolinas and led a slave rebellion in Charleston in 1822. This slave rebellion was part of what led to the anxieties of the South especially in South Carolina. The Missouri Compromise and the slave rebellion caused the South to worry about Federal government interference in slavery.
He was the seventh president, supported mostly but the West and South (the common people). He was the hero of the Battle of New Orleans( War of 1812). He was a well known Indian fighter. He took military control of Spanish Fla. this encouraged the treaty with Spain 1819.He had no formal education. He introduced the spoil's system into American gov't, or rotation in office as he called it. His cabinet was called the "kitchen cabinet" because they were thought of as his friends, not political office holders.