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second semester US HISTORY EXAM review

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two party system caused by
strong state gov v. strong national gov
issues of election of 1800
kentucky and virginia resolutions, alien and sedition acts, xyz affair
what were the kentucky and virginia resolutions
gave the states ability to nullify any law passed by the federal gov
treaty of ghent resulted in
no change in us territory
important outcome of lewis and clark expedition
scientific discoveries of plants and animals
jeffersons concerns towards owning new orleans by france
france is a dangerous opponent, threatened interests of the us on the miss river
reasons for war w/ great britain
impressment of soldiers, trade embargoes, na conflicts
1st secretary of treasury
alexander hamilton
why did fed gov want to move the nations capital to the south
to settle dispute on how to reduce gov debt
tech innovations during industrial revolution
spinning jenny mechanical reaper steel plow water loom cotton gin telegraph interchangeable parts sewing machine
how did the factory system effect economy
rapid industrilization more goods at cheaper prices
spoils system
giving political jobs to loyal supporters
how did the jacksonian era impact democracy
democracy was extended to common people
who won election of 1824
john quincy adams
effect of the tariff of 1828
south carolina would secede
causes of the mexican war
border disputes, american troops on the rio grande, annexation of tx
horace mann
father of education, education should be free
compromise of 1850 effected slavery how
allowed the expansion of slavery
1st major battle of the civil war
1st battle of bull run
why was the battle of gettysburg an important victory for the south
stopped conf. advancement into the north
souths requirements to reenter the union
equality protected by law, write new state constitutions
what happened after the battle at tippecanoe
tecumseh joined forces with british troops
war of 1812 ended with
treaty of ghent
requirements for presidential elections are in
12th amendment
north border of us settled with
battle of plattsburgh
industrial towns developed by
rivers and streams
corduroy roads
roads with logs laid side by side
favorite sons
name for candidates backed by their home states
force bill
law allowed the president to use us military to enforce acts of congress
1st vp to become president
john tyler
civil war general that became president in 1869
ulysses s. grant
1st state to secede in 1860
south carolina
wilmot proviso
plan that specified that slavery should be prohibited in any lands that might be acquired from mexico
federalist leader, type of gov, loose/strict, type of bank
alexander hamilton, federal, loose, national
democratic republican leader, type of gov, loose/strict, type of bank
thomas jefferson, state, strict, state
1st five presidents
george washington, john adams, thomas jefferson, james madison, james monroe
marbury v. madison est.
judicial review
new republic era
1st president, 1st political parties
chief justice john marshall
presided in marbury v. madison
louisiana purchase was in
1803
monroe doctrine
issued in 1823, prohibited europeans from colonizing
cotton gin
invented by eli whitney, needed more slaves
mexican war ended with
treaty of guadalupe hidalgo
indian removal act
passed in 1830, allowed gov to force na's west of miss. river
mexican cession had
california and new mexico
economy of the south was
agricultural, dependent on trade w/ europe
13, 14, 15 amendments
free citizens vote
1861
year civil war began
henry clay
great compromiser
john c calhoun
vp during jackson democracy
where and when civil war endedq
appotomattox courthouse, va in 1865
lincolns 1st inaugural address
vowed to preserve union