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1 Practice & Review 1/20 1. In this official statement, the U.S. warned other countries that the Western hemisphere was off limits to further colonization. Monroe Doctrine 2. Name the Latin American freedom fighter who was also known as the Liberator. Simon Bolivar 3. Name the 1841 law that gave Canadians more rights under British rule. The Act of Union 4. Music from U.S. History: Shenandoah Practice & Review 1/21 1. Which candidates had the most votes in the election of 1824? John Quincy Adams & Andrew Jackson 2. Because he was so tough, Jackson earned this nickname. Old Hickory 3. Even though he had less votes than Jackson, this son of a former president was elected president in John Quincy Adams 4. Music from U.S. History, Presidential Campaign Song: Monroe is the Man 1

2 Wednesday Write All About It! 1/22 Analyze the cartoon on the right and consider the following questions: (embed the questions in your answers): 1. When was this cartoon published? 2. Who is riding the pig and what does the pig represent? 3. What is the caption? 4. Why was this cartoon published and how do you know? 5. What is the central message of the cartoon? 2

3 Practice & Review 1/23 1. The election of John Quincy Adams in 1824 was characterized by Jackson supporters as... The Corrupt Bargain 2. The part of the Republican Party that split and supported Adams in 1828 was known as.. National Republicans 3. In the election of 1828, who did most Western farmers and Southern planters support for president? Andrew Jackson 4. Music from U.S. History: To the West! Practice & Review 1/24 1. These large public meetings gave more people a say in nominating candidates for political office. Nominating Conventions 2. Between 1824 and 1840 what was the percentage change in the number of voters who participated in the presidential elections? Increase of 50% 3. How did Jackson reward political supporters? He used the Spoils System 4. Music from U.S. History: John Q. Adams Campaign Song- Little Know Ye Who s Coming 3

4 Practice & Review 1/27 1. This was the forced relocation of Native Americans from the Southeast to Oklahoma. Indian Removal 2. Name the Supreme Court case that was dismissed because the Cherokee Nation had no standing with the court. Cherokee Nation v. Georgia 3. What was the ruling in Worcester v Georgia? Georgia law had no validity on Cherokee land. 4. Music from U.S. History: presidential campaign song- Jackson & Kentucky. Practice & Review 1/28 1. Under this 1830 law, Native Americans of the Southeast had to give up their lands and move to Indian Territory. Indian Removal Act of Which tribe signed the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek agreeing to the move west? Choctaw 3. Which Northern tribe was relocated to Kansas? Sauk & Fox 4. Music from U.S. History: The Wisconsin Emigrant 4

5 Wednesday Write All About It! 1/29 After eight years as president, I have only two regrets. That I have not shot Henry Clay or hanged John C. Calhoun. Andrew Jackson, 1836 Embed the questions in your sentences. What would have motivated Jackson to make this statement? 1. Rewrite the quote in your opening sentence. 2. Who was Clay and what had Clay done that angered Jackson? 3. Was his anger toward Clay justified? explain 4. Who was Calhoun and what had Calhoun done that angered Jackson? 5. Was Jackson justified in his anger toward Calhoun? explain Practice & Review 1/30 1. What was the real name of the Monster Bank? The Second Bank of the United States 2. How did Jackson kill the Bank? He vetoed the re-charter and withdrew government deposits 3. What issue brought about the nullification crisis? 4. Music from U.S. History: Martin Van Buren Presidential Campaign Song- Rock a Bye Baby. 5

6 Practice & Review 1/31 1. Which state threatened secession over the protective tariff? South Carolina 2. Which region of the country benefited from the tariff? North 3. This economic crisis doomed the presidency of Martin Van Buren. The Crisis of Music from U.S. History: Presidential Campaign Song- William Henry Harrison- The Harrison Yankee Doodle 6

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