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4. Victorious general of the Battle of New Orlean, War of 1812. Major
opponent of John Quincy Adams & Henry Clay. Appealed to the common
man and evicted Native peoples from Florida to the Oklahoma Territory. 2
9. Armed with this device, poor, non-slaveholding farmers quickly claimed
land in the area between the Appalachians and the Mississippi south of the
Ohio to begin cultivating America's most valuable cash-producing crop. 2
12. This is the name given to the settlement that admitted Maine as a free
state and Missouri as a slave state, thus preserving the sectional balance
in the Senate. The rest of the Louisiana Territory was split into two spheres
of interest, one for slaveholders and one for free settlers. 2 words

1. social and economic reorganization that took place as machines
replaced hand tools and large-scale factory production developed. 2 words
2. Under the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the federal government funded
negotiation of treaties that would force the Native Americans to move west.
In 1838, Native peoples were forced marched brutally and inhumanely. It
came to be known as... 3 words
3. Former War Hawk of the War of 1812. President Jackson's VicePresident. South Carolinian who introduced the Nullification theory
concerning a State's right to nullify Federal Law. 2 words

13. the production of goods in large quantities. 2 words
14. Thie embargo of 1807, in the Jefferson Administration, and the British
blockade of this war forced many Americans to invest their time and money
on local industry. 3 words
15. Sec. of State in the James Monroe administration. Elevated US
interests over foreign or sectional concerns. Future President of the US. 3
18. This new party was formed in 1834 and supported the ideals of the
American System. 2 words
19. Manmade waterway that eventually connected the Atlantic Ocean (via
the Hudson River) to the Great Lakes. This united, economically, the East
Coast with the West. 2 words
20. A movement that places the 'nation' as the central or most important
entity in the society.
21. Jacksons administration practiced this, in which incoming officials
throw out former appointees and replace them with their own friends. 2

5. Lawyer, defender of the Union, opponent of sectionalism. Uttered
"...Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable!"
6. A negotiated treaty with Spain that brought Florida and Oregon into US
control. 3 words
7. The Tariff of 1816 attempted to raise government funds for internal
improvements by forcing Americans not to buy lower-cost goods from...
8. This innovation allows mass produced goods to be efficiently assembled
since the parts are identical. 2 words
10. In 1837, New York banks stopped accepting all paper currency. Other
banks soon did the same. Bank closings and the collapse of the credit
system cost many people their savings, bankrupted hundreds of
businesses, and put more than a third of the population out of work. The
name for this economic crisis was the... 3 words
11. In this Supreme Court decision John Marshall supported Federal Law
over State law in a situation where the State wanted to tax a federal
institution into oblivion. 3 words
12. A policy statement that warned all outside powers not to interfere with
affairs in the Western Hemisphere. They should not attempt to create new
colonies, or try to overthrow the newly independent republics in the
hemisphere. The United States would consider such action dangerous to
our peace and safety. 2 words
16. Inventor. He innovated with manufacturing by focusing on efficiency
and standardization of parts. 2 words
17. Former War Hawk of the War of 1812 and considered the "Great
Compromiser". Later, supports President Madison's plan to bind together
and improve the economies of the North, West, & South. He would call it
the American System. 2 words