S.S. Ch. 11-12 Review
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S.S. Ch. 11-12 Review
S.S. Chapter 11 12 Review Test
Use this to study for N.Y. 7 SP program Ch. 11-12 test.
What did the southerners claim they had the right to do?
What did Jackson rely on for advice?
the "Kitchen Cabinet"
Before teh 1820s, candidates from each party were selected at a...
Craftsworkers and shopkeepers during the Jackson Era won...
Defenders of the Union and supporters of __________ ________ argued
What was Jackson's nickname?
Who won the election of 1824 during the corrupt bargain?
John Quincy Adams
Who was the spokesman for states rights?
John C. Calhoun
Who attacked nullification?
Who worked out a comrpomise for the nullification crisis?
The election of 1824 was decided by the...
House of Representatives
Which state threatened to secede in 1832?
The argument of the Charoke's land in Georgia was decided by the...
Supreme Court (Chief Justice Marshall)
____ _______ made imported goods more expensive.
Which election showed that voters stood behind Jackson's veto?
the election of 1832
What did Jackson veto while running for his second term in office?
the Bank of the United States
The ______ ______ was the practice of appointing supporters to government jobs.
The expansion of suffrage and nominating conventions showed growing...
What were the two political parties that formed from the Republican Party?
Whigs and Democrats
What three things increased because of frontier life?
equality in white men, democratic ideas, and the number of voters
How did John Tyler dissapoint his own party?
He disagreed with his party on almost every issue.
Which president thought that the government shouldn't affect the economy, so didn't try to fix the crisis?
President Van Buren
How did state banks contribute to the Panic of 1837?
they printed too much paper money
Which four countries claimed Oregon?
United States, Spain, Britain, and Russia
What was the meeting of trappers in the west called?
a rendezvous (rahn dae voo)
After the Mexican War, the United States forced Mexico to ____ some of its land.
In 1845, what did the United States do to Texas?
annex it into the United States
_________ were people who punished criminals with no legal authority to back their actions.
The people who traveled to California during the gold rush were called...
the Forty-Niners because most of them went during 1849.
Which Mexican leader led the attack on the Alamo?
General Santa Anna
Who founded the Jesus Christs latter day saints?
Who led United States settlers into Texas?
Who were the two missionaries who first reached Oregon?
Marcus and Narcissa Whitman
Who commanded the army of Texas?
Where did United States and Britain agree to divide Oregon?
at 40 degress North
What term led to conflict with other nations for the United States?
the Manifest Destiny
The Native Americans in California were forced to work on...
Why did the United States want New Mexico so much?
After a while, why did Mexico forbid United States settlers to come into Texas?
they were scared the United States settlers would rebel because they outnumbered Mexicans in Texas
Why did Mexico want United States settlers into Texas in the first place?
they could help develop the land
The Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Rio Grande, Golf of Mexico, and the Great Lakes are all...
United States Borders
To stop lawlessness, people in this state decided to set up a government.
This city was chosen by Brighamm Young because of the isolation.
Salt Lake City
Which territory was the last territory gained in the United States?
the Gadsden Purchase