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adams-onis treaty

spain gave florida to americans and some claims in northwest, americans gave spain texas, result of seminole war

american system

proposed by clay, wanted a home market for factory and farm produces and to raise to protective tariff

factor system

govt factors supplied tribes with goods for a cost, helped create dependency of indians on US

francis lowell

power loom

gibbons vs ogden

strengthens congress' power to regulate interstate trade

dartmouth vs woodward

restricted ability of state govts to control corporations

cohens vs virginia

affirmed constitutionality of federal review of state decisions

mcculloch vs maryland

implied power of congress to have national bank

johnson vs mcintosh

individuals could not take indian lands but federal govt could

worcester vs georgia

defined indians politically, sovereign entities, had property rights and werent subject to authority of state govts

henry clay

more popular candidate, proposed american system, wanted national bank and internal improvements, lost

john quincy adams

proposed something like american system but it wasnt passed, political bitterness because of election, led seminole war, diplomat who wanted expansion to florida

missouri compromise

created because didnt want imbalance between slave states and free states, maine was admitted as a free state and missouri was a slave state

monroe doctrine

said anyone who tried to establish diplomacy in western hemisphere would be enemies of united states, didnt want other countries to have the same relationship they had with england

seminole war

adams led it, took spanish forts and invaded florida, showed america's power over spain

stephen long

led expedition westward and wrote report on trip, potential for future settlement

tailmadge ammendment

not passed, proposed that there would be gradual emancipation of slaves above the latitude lines, showed that not everyone supported slavery

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