US History 8th Unit 06 Age of Jackson STAAR
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  • Question 1
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    Who was the first Democratic President?

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    Andrew Jackson

    Jackson Andrews

    John Quincy Adams

    Quncy Johnson

  • Question 2
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    Characteristics of Andrew Jackson

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    Stay neutral, Political parties will cause division, Geographical differences will cause division

    Britain burnt down Washington, Dolly Madison saved famous picture of George Washington,Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner, Andrew Jackson becomes famous

    It favored the wealthy and had too much power over the economy

    Humble, war hero at the battle of New Orleans, Common Man’s President, Old Hickory, 1st Democratic President

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    What was it called when Andrew Jackson shifted power from the wealthy to the common people?

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    Washington's Farewell Address

    Jacksonian Democracy

    Manifest Destiny

    Annexation

  • Question 4
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    How did Andrew Jackson expand suffrage rights?

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    He gave women the right to vote

    He removed everyone's right to vote

    He allowed non land owners to vote

    He ended everyone's suffering

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    Why did Northern states favor tariffs on foreign goods?

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    Jacksonian Democracy

    Foreign countries were forced to buy from the North

    To void federal laws

    They increased the demand for manufactured goods

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    Why did Southern states oppose tariffs?

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    They increased the demand for manufactured goods

    If a state could void a federal law

    they were forced to buy from the North

    They affected Natives negatively

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    What was the main argument in the Nullification Crisis?

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    If a state could void a federal law

    Settling west of the Appalachian Mountains

    Allowing immigration to Texas

    Stopping news papers from printing seditious things about the government

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    What was the Indian Removal Act?

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    Eastern Indians were given two years to migrate to Indian territory in Oklahoma

    Indians were moved from Florida to Georgia

    If a state could void a federal law

    they were forced to buy from the North

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    What happened in Worchester vs Georgia:

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    Tariffs were increased on imported goods

    Supreme Court declares forcing Indians off their land is unconstitutional, Jackson ignores them.

    Indians were jailed for insubordination

    The National Banks charter was revoked

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    What was the “Trail of Tears”?

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    If a state could void a federal law

    They increased the demand for manufactured goods

    Led escaped slaves to the North

    4,000 Indians died of cold and hunger walking to Oklahoma

  • Question 11
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    Why did Americans and Politicians want the Native Americans removed?

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    To utilize the land

    To open a National Bank

    To support Jacksonian Democracy

    Because they hated Andrew Jackson and his love for the Natives

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    Why did Andrew Jackson oppose the National bank of Alexander Hamilton?

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    Supreme Court rules the state has no right to tax the Federal Government

    It favored the wealthy and had too much power over the economy

    Supreme Court rules that the federal government can regulate interstate commerce

    Vetoed the Banks Charter

  • Question 13
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    Explain McCulloch vs Maryland

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    Supreme Court rules the state has no right to tax the Federal Government

    It favored the wealthy and had too much power over the economy

    Supreme Court rules that the federal government can regulate interstate commerce

    Vetoed the Banks Charter

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    Explain Gibbons vs Ogden

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    Supreme Court rules the state has no right to tax the Federal Government

    It favored the wealthy and had too much power over the economy

    Supreme Court rules that the federal government can regulate interstate commerce

    Vetoed the Banks Charter

  • Question 15
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    What banned slavery above the 36-30 line to satisfy the North and South?

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    Missouri Compromise

    Three Fifths Compromise

    Indian Removal Act

    Treaty of Ghent

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