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  1. Nationalism
  2. John Marshall
  3. Indian Removal Act
  4. Sectionalism
  5. Thomas Cole
  1. a an American painter who helped establish the Hudson River School of Art and best known for his landscapes
  2. b law passed by Congress in 1830 which required the relocation of 5 Indian nations to the area West of Mississippi River, designated as Indian Territory
  3. c the belief that one's own section, or region, of the country is more important than the whole
  4. d the belief that the interests of the nation as a whole are more important that regional interests or the interest of other countries
  5. e Chief Justice of the Supreme from 1801-1835 (longest of any justice in the Supreme Court)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. national bank given a 20-year charter in 1816 to regulate state banks
  2. term that describe political power exercised by ordinary Americans
  3. the practice of rewarding political supporters with government positions
  4. a lexicographer who published An American Dictionary of the English Language
  5. treaty between US and Spain in which the US acquired Florida and gave up claims to Texas

5 True/False questions

  1. Convention of 1818the March of 18,000 Cherokee Indians from Georgia to Oklahoma during the rainy and bitterly cold winter of 1832. 1/4 died of hunger, exposure, disease, and bandits

          

  2. John C. CalhounChief Justice of the Supreme from 1801-1835 (longest of any justice in the Supreme Court)

          

  3. John Quincy AdamsSecretary of State under president James Monroe; considered to be among the best secretaries of state that we have had in the US

          

  4. Nicholas Biddlepresident of the National Bank and enemy of Jackson

          

  5. Tariff of Abominationthe March of 18,000 Cherokee Indians from Georgia to Oklahoma during the rainy and bitterly cold winter of 1832. 1/4 died of hunger, exposure, disease, and bandits