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The invention of the steel plow, mechanical reaper, and the construction of railroads, roads, and canals all caused an increase in this type of production.
AGRICULTURE
Large labor force, improved transportation, new technology, and new sources of energy are all apart of this movement.
INDUSTRIALIZATION
The invention of these made production of goods faster and cheaper.
INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS
Farmers opposed an increase in these because it would cause them to pay higher prices on foreign goods.
PROTECTIVE TARIFFS
There was an increase in the number of people who voted in the election of 1828 compared to the election of 1824 because many states ended this requirement.
PROPERTY OWNERSHIP
This form of transportation was efficient although not the safest.
STEAMBOAT
Some critics of Jackson felt that he ignored this founding document when he made decisions
CONSTITUTION
The boundary dispute between Texas and Mexico, the American belief in Manifest Destiny, and Mexican refusal to sell California all led to this event.
MEXICAN WAR
This region opposed the Mexican War because they worried that Texas would become a slave state.
NORTH
This region is located in Northwestern United States and was acquired through a treaty with Britain in 1846.
OREGON TERRITORY
This land purchase was the last piece that completes today's contiguous United States. It was purchased for $10 million from Mexico.
GADSDEN PURCHASE
Our beliefs and political system should be spread across the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
MANIFEST DESTINY BELIEF
Jackson disagreed with states' rights and did not support South Carolina during this event.
NULLIFICATION CRISIS
The invention of these made production of goods faster and cheaper.
INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS
During his presidency, the modern Democratice Party was formed, the national government's power was strenghtened, thousands died, and his actions led to an economic depression
ANDREW JACKSON
This land acquisition occured after the Louisiana Purchase and before the Mexican Cession. It was also once an independent nation. This also led us to war with Mexico.
TEXAS
The inventions of interchangeable parts, steamboat, mechanical reaper, and the telegraph all were...
TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENTS
Congressional legislation that forced Native Americans to move west and live on reservations.
INDIAN REMOVAL ACT
This reform movement was led by Horace Mann. Their hope was to provide better pay and training for teachers as well as free, public schools for all.
EDUCATION
This invention caused a cotton boom which led to textiles being a leading industry. It also caused an increase in slavery.
COTTON GIN
California grew rapidly, new territories offered economic, social, and religious opportunities, minorities experienced harassment, Native Americans lost more land are all effects of this idea.
MANIFEST DESTINY
This reform movement was against slavery. William Lloyd Garrison, Fredrick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, & Harriet Beecher Stowe were all among the leaders of this movement.
ABOLITION
This person received all the blame for the Panic of 1837, even though it was actually the prior president's fault.
MARTIN VAN BUREN
This region was purchased from France in 1803 for $15 million. At the time, it doubled the size of the United States and is considered to be one of the best land deals in our history.
LOUISIANA PURCHASE
This reform movement led to some states outlawing the sale of alcohol.
TEMPERANCE
Large labor force, improved transportation, new technology, and new source of energy are all apart of this movement.
INDUSTRIALIZATION
Farmers opposed an increase in these because it would cause them to pay higher prices on foreign goods.
PROTECTIVE TARIFFS
European crop failures, inflation, and the hope for a better life caused an increase in this.
IMMIGRATION TO THE U.S.
Manifest Destiny did not benefit this group of Americans.
NATIVE AMERICANS
Jackson's veto of the bank bill, dropping cotton prices, and a limited amount of specie caused this event to occur.
PANIC OF 1837
In this treaty, the U.S. gained land that now makes up California, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona
TREATY OF GUADALUPE HIDALGO
This type of industry describes a time when skilled workers mananged their specialty out of their homes instead of in large factories.
COTTAGE INDUSTRY
This region was acquired from Spain in the Adams-Onis Treaty. It was also the site for war between the Army and the Seminole Indians
FLORIDA
This land acquisition was both bought and the "spoils of war"
MEXICAN CESSION
The invention of the steel plow, mechanical reaper, and the construction of railroads, roads, and canals all caused an increase in this type of production.
AGRICULTURE
This reform movement worked for better conditions for criminals. It also started the idea for the mentally ill to be hospitalized. Dorthea Dix was one of its leaders.
PRISON REFORM