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20 Cards in this Set

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Spoils System
when the president gives the supporters jobs
Tariff of Abominations
drafted to make Andrew Jackson appear as a free trade advocate in the South and as a protectionist in the North.
Nicholas Biddle
involved in the bank war
Pet Banks
when Jackson took funds out of the Bank. Chosen not for spoil system
created in New York as a protest against that city's regular Democratic party
Specie Circular
issued by Jackson and Woodbury in 1836….required gold or silver for purchases.
William Ellery Channing and Unitarianism-
Transcendentalist, Unitarian Minister
Mother Ann Lee and the Shakers
She joined the Shaker movement, an off-shoot of the Quakers, at the age of 22, Under her leadership, the Shaker movement in the United States grew to include thousands of people
William Lloyd Garrison
abolitionist that published the Liberator
James G.Birney and the Liberty Party
abolitionist, organized the Kentucky Anti-Slavery Society
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was one of the first leaders of the American woman's rights movement. National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869
JQA and the “gag rule
law that prohibits free debate or expression of ideas
Dorothea Dix
Nurse During Civil War
Robert Owen and the New Harmony
father of English socialism
Brooke Farm
Founded by George Ripley...Utopian Society
John Humphrey Noyes and Oneida
-Utopian Community where they made bowls
Thomas Cole-
famouse painter from the Hudson school
-Lecture Halls...Poetry Readings
Fredrick Law Olmsted-
founder of landscape architecture
Catharine Beecher-
supporter for womens education, opened Hartford female seminary