Ch. 9 APUSH

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AP US History . Ch. 9


 
  
Created Sep 27, 2009
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Franchise
 
Franchise extended - more people were given the right to vote, even men who owned no land....
2
Dorr Rebellion
 
Rhode Island's legislature was conservative and blocked all efforts to reform. Thomas Dorr...
3
Second Party System
 
Since the 1840's, two major political parties have managed to eliminated all competition. Democrats...
4
Conventions
 
A meeting of party delegates elected in state primaries, caucuses, or conventions that is held...
5
Nullification
 
ideas from madison and jefferson (virginia and kentucky resolutions) and 10th amendment; since...
6
Panic of 1837
 
When Jackson was president, many state banks received government money that had been withdrawn...
7
Nicholas Biddle
 
He was an American financier who was also president of the Bank of the United States. He was...
8
Cherokee Nation vs Georgia
 
In 1831 the US Supreme Court issued a decision that defined Native Americans as "domestic dependant...
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Charles River Bridge vs Warren Bridge
 
1837 - Supreme Court ruled that a charter granted by a state to a company cannot work to the...
10
Anti-Masons
 
Third political party that developed during the campaign of 1832 because of the debate between...
11
"Five Civilized Tribes"
 
A terms used by whites referring to the Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws, Chicksaws, and Semonoles...
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Maysville Road Bill
 
1830 - The Maysville Road Bill proposed building a road in Kentucky (Clay's state) at federal...
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Veto
 
1832 - Jackson, in his veto message of the recharter of the Second Bank of the U.S., said that...
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Recharter Bill
 
The Bank of the United States was chartered by Congress in 1791; it held government funds and...
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Specie Circular
 
1863 - The Specie Circular, issued by President Jackson July 11, 1836, was meant to stop land...
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Robert Hayne Debate
 
1829-1830- lasted for 9 days 1. over the sale of western land- south allied with the west 2....
17
Locosfocos
 
They were a radical faction of the Democratic Party that existed from 1835 until the mid-1840s....
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Penny Press
 
inexpensive, widely circulated papers that became popular in the 19th century first American...
19
Soft Money
 
people who want more money in circulation, issue money unbacked by gold/silver. believers...
20
Ashburton-Webster Treaty
 
Ashburton-Webster Treaty (Treaty of Washington), 9 August 1842, negotiated by Alexander Baring,...
21
Black Hawk
 
leader of a faction of Sauk and Fox Indians. Supported by part of the two tribes, Black Hawk...
22
Osceola
 
born c. 1804, Georgia, U.S. died Jan. 30, 1838, Charleston, S.C. American Indian...
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Indian Territory
 
originally “all of that part of the United States west of the Mississippi, and not within...
24
Great American Desert (Great Plains)
 
Plains Indians are popularly regarded as the typical American Indians. They were essentially...
25
"Log Cabin and Hard Cider"
 
Capitalizing on voters’ distress over the severe economic depression caused by the panic...
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Hard Money
 
Hard Money is specie, that is, gold and silver coin.Those who favored hard money have at different...
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Old Northwest
 
The surviving British traders, however, wanted the Northwest set aside as Native American land,...


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