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Andrew Jackson
candidate for president in 1824
page 337
John Quincy Adams
elected President in 1824
page 337
Nullification Act
South Carolina declared it would not pay the illegal tariffs of 1828 and 1832
page 341
Indian Removal Act
forced Native Americans to move west
page 343
Indian Territory
an area in present-day Oklahoma that was set aside for the relocation of Native Americans from the Southeast
page 344
General Winfield Scott
threatened to use force if the Cherokee did not leave their land
page 345
Trail of Tears
the long march to the West during which many Cherokee died
page 346
Black Hawk
led a group of Sauk and Fox people back to Illinois, their homeland
page 346
Osceola
Seminole chief who refused to leave Florida
page 347
Henry Clay
planned to use the issue of the Bank of the United States to defeat Jackson in the 1832 election
page 349
Andrew Jackson
candidate for president in 1824
page 337
John Quincy Adams
elected President in 1824
page 337
Nullification Act
South Carolina declared it would not pay the illegal tariffs of 1828 and 1832
page 341
Indian Removal Act
forced Native Americans to move west
page 343
Indian Territory
an area in present-day Oklahoma that was set aside for the relocation of Native Americans from the Southeast
page 344
General Winfield Scott
threatened to use force if the Cherokee did not leave their land
page 345
Trail of Tears
the long march to the West during which many Cherokee died
page 346
Black Hawk
led a group of Sauk and Fox people back to Illinois, their homeland
page 346
Osceola
Seminole chief who refused to leave Florida
page 347
Henry Clay
planned to use the issue of the Bank of the United States to defeat Jackson in the 1832 election
page 349
Daniel Webster
planned to use the issue of the Bank of the United States to defeat Jackson in the 1832 election
page 349
Martin Van Buren
Andrew Jacksons friend and vice president
page 349
William Henry Harrison
a Whig nominee in 1840 and a hero of the War of 1812
page 351
John Tyler
Harrisons running mate
page 351
James Polk
Democratic candidate for president in the election of 1844
page 352
Select
choose
page 337
Participate
take part in
page 340
Federal
the national or central governing authority
page 343
Survive
continue to live
page 347
Institution
an organization
page 349
Symbol
an object that represents something else
page 352
Majority
more than half
page 337
Plurality
largest single share
page 337
Spoils System
practice of handing out government jobs to supporters; replacing government employees with the winning candidates supporters
page 340
Caucus
a meeting held by a political party to choose their partys candidate for president or decide policy
page 340
Nominating Convention
system in which delegates from the states selected the partys presidential candidate
page 340
Tariff
a tax on imports or exports
page 341
Nullify
to cancel or make ineffective
page 341
Secede
to leave or withdraw
page 341
Relocate
to force a person or group of people to move
page 343
Guerrilla Tactics
referring to surprise attacks or raids rather than organized warfare
page 347
Veto
to reject a bill and prevent it from becoming a law
page 349
Depression
a period of low economic activity and widespread unemployment
page 350
Llaissez-Faire
policy that government should interfere as little as possible in the nations economy
page 351