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Who was Jackson’s wife? Rachel
What system did Jackson use to give his friends official government jobs? Spoils system
A term used for state banks Pet banks
The right to vote in political elections Suffrage
An american and Cherokee silversmith Sequoya
Andrew Jackson nick name Old hickory
A time when native Americans were being relocated Trail of tears
Rights that states had States rights
A United States financial crisis Panic of 1837
American politician who served as the 4th Chief Justice of the United states John Marshall
People who attend the presidential nominating convention Delegates
Withdrawal or quitting Secession
An event that expanded suffrage Jacksonian democracy

The Jackson Era Crossword

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Andrew Jackson's nickname Old Hickory
putting political backers in power spoils system
to ingore or cancel out nullification
a member of the southeastern Indian tribe Cherokee
a member of the political party formed to opppose the Jacksonian Democrats National Republicans
one of two political parties, tends to support a strong central government Democratic Party
a political convention in which the presidential candidates from each party are nominated nominating conventions
time period of Jackson presidency in which the strength of the presidency was promoted Jacksonian Democracy
the right to vote in political elections suffrage
a person authorized to represent others delegates
a protective tariff passed in 1828 designed to protect industry Tariff of Abominations
second attempt of the US to create a National Bank Second Bank of the US
set aside land for the Indians Indian Territory
Chief Justice from Virginia, father of the American system of constitutional law John Marshall
Case that decided the dispersion of federal government and state power McCullough v. Maryland
state banks selected by the treasury to receive government funds pet banks
large financial crisis in the US Panic of 1837
presidential action viewed as corrupt corrupt bargain
a harsh journey indians were forced to take The Trail of Tears
law passed that allowed President Jackson to relocate various indian tribes Indian Removal Act

UntitleThe Age of Jackson Crossword

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where party members choose the party's candidates nominating conventions
this period of expanding democracy in the 1820s and 1830s Jacksonian democracy
Jackson supporters were determined that their candidates would win the 1828 election democratic party
Jackson's vice presidential running mate john c calhoun
The practice of giving government jobs to political backers spoils system
secretary of state, was one of Jackson's strongest allies martin van buren
an informal group of trusted advisers who sometimes met in the white house kitchen kitchen cabinet
the nickname given to a tariff by southern who oppsed it tariff of abominations
the belief that the power of the states should be greater than the power of the federal government states rights doctrine
a dispute led by John C. Calhoun that said that states nullification crisis
american states who served twice in the U.S house of representives Daniel webster
a landmark decision by the supreme court of the United States McCullough v maryland
a political party active in the middle of the 19th century in the United States whig party
a financial crisis in the United States that touched off a major recession that lasted until the mid 1840s panic of 1837
the ninth president of the United States an american military officer and the politician, and the last born as a british subject william henry harrison
was passed by congress on may 28, 1830 during the presidency of Andrew jackson indian removal act
an evolving land area set aside by the United States government Indian territory
an agency of the federal government of the United States within the U.S department of the interior bureau of Indian affairs
a Cherokee silversmith sequoya
a case in which the United States supreme court choose the conviction of Samuel worcester Worcester v georgia
a series of forced relocation's of native american nations in the United States following the Indian removal act of 1830 trail of tears
a band leader and warrior of the skua american Indian tribe and what is now the mid west of the United States black hawk
born as billy Powell, became an influential leader of the Seminole in Florida osceola

Jacksonian era Crossword

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The 7th president Andrew Jackson
This movement championed greater rights for the common man Jacksonian democracy
The right to vote Suffrage
A party against Jackson National Republicans
Opening of government positions to many of Jackson supporters Spoil system
Where native Americans were forced to settle by U.S government Indian territory
The Vice President on both John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson’s terms John Calhoun
Second federally authorized national bank in the U.S Second bank of the U.S
Land set aside by the U.S government to relocate Native Americans Indian territory
The fourth chief in justice John Marshall
A member of North America people now living in Oklahoma Cherokee
When the 1824 election ended without a candidate the House of Representatives awarded John Quincy Adams as president Corrupt bargain
Party against Jackson Whig Party
Party for state power Democratic Party
Andrew Jackson’s nickname Old hickory
John Quincy Adams elected president Election of 1824
Secretary of State Daniel Webster
Rights and powers held by individual U.S states States’ rights
Law passed by Jackson to negotiate with native tribes for their territory Indian removal act
The route in which states government forced several native Americans to migrate Trail of tears

The Jackson Era Crossword Puzzle

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Description

What is suffrage Woman's right to vote
what is Jackson's nickname Old hickory
What is the practice of giving political jobs to people spoils system
who supports Jackson's candidacy Jackson's Democratic party
who sometimes meets in the White House Kitchen cabinet
who are the party members nominating convention
right to ignore Federal law State's Right
over 4,000 Natives died Trail of Tears
Who was Jackson's biggest enemy John C. Calhoun
what caused the outbreak of the American civil war Secession
whose reservation was in the great lakes area Cherokee
what party was created in the 19th century Democratic Party
what Act happened in 1798 Alien and sedition act
who was the the president of the us bank Nichols Biddle
who was the 9th president William Henry Harrison
what was a strong political party Whig Party
was passed to remove Native Americans Indian Removal Act
Tariff of 1828 Tariff of Abomination
who created the Cherokee alphabet Sequoya
chief justice in 1801-1835 John Marshall
state banks selected to receive large deposits of government money pet banks
who was the 8th president Martin Van Buren
land set aside for native Americans by US government Indian Territory
5 native American nations Five Civilized Tribes

Age Of Jackson Crossword

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What lawmakers began expanding voting rights Western
Public meeting to select the parties presidential and Vice Presidential candidates Nominating conventions
Jackson’s supporters were mostly frontier settlers, southern slave holders and... Farmers
People believed that what between Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams had stolen the 1824 election Corrupt bargain
People who got together to make sure Jackson won Democratic Party
Who was Andrew Jackson’s Vice President John Calhoun
To win, Jackson described himself as a War hero
He rewarded some of his supporters with government jobs known as Spoils system
The dispute between the state and federal governments Nullification crisis
Congress passed a tariff with very high rates which they called the tariff of Abomination
After Van Buren’s presidency, the country expirenced a financial crisis called the Panic of 1837

Age of jackson Crossword

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Description

7th president Andrew jackson
The right to vote Suffrage
To cancel Nullify
A member of North America Cherokee
A gathering of The people against the 7th president Whig party
Common people were put in office Spoils system
When one fourth of cherokees died on the way to new settlements Trail of tears
When they gave the election to John q Adams Corrupt bargain
Secession to leave Secession
Democracy National republicans
Spending Jacksonian democracy
An evolving land area Indian territory
The 7th presidents nickname Old hickory
One of two major contemporary political parties Democratic party
Chief of justice of Supreme Court John Marshall
The nineteenth century lawyer Daniel Webster
The tenth quadrennial presidential election Election of 1824
Was a case in which the United States Supreme Court vacated Worcester vs Georgia
The leading southern politician of the early nineteenth century John c Calhoun
Was a protective tariff passed by the congress of the u.s Tariff of abominations

Jackson Crossword

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17th president of the United States. Creator of the Jacksonian Democracy. Andrew Jackson
Senator from Kentucky, helped Adams defeat Jackson, supporter of the Second Bank of the U.S, opponent of Jackson Henry Clay
one of Jackson's Vice Presidents, creator of the idea of nullification John C Calhoun
created to help build infrastructure and increase economic growth, Jackson felt the bank was unfair and 'killed' it Second Bank of US
The country suffered majorly from this, an increase in prices and decrease in the value of money Inflation
the division of the country into regions, or sections based on differences in economics, geography, and culture Sectionalism
after downfall of the Spoil System, gave government employees raises. Merit System
another term for the Spoil System Partonage System
Cherokees sign a treaty to sells their land to the US for $4.5 million. treaty Party
Andrew Jackson can use military forces to put the federal taxes in South Carolina Force Bill
Secretly written book which explains the rights of individual states to nullify federal legislation that they consider unconstitutional. Exposition and Protest
Jackson supporters try to sway the presidential votes of others by forming taxes. Tariff of 1828
Second attempt of the native to stop Georgia’s expansion and stop Georgia from removing the natives. Worcester Case
Bill into congress that would recharter the bank for another 15 years, Jackson rejected. Bank Bill of 1832
A Company would connect their road to the national bank, Jackson vetoed the bill. Maysville Road Bill
Jackson was opposed by this, the government funded it Bank of the US
name of group against Jackson during his presidency. Whig Party
Increased the amount of males who were able to vote, not just landowners. Voting Right
Government is controlled by what the people want. Popular sovereignty
To spread pride and beliefs of a country to one another. Nationalism
people believed America was superior to other nations because their culture religion and language. Manifest Destiny
Jackson helps Martin Van Buren win the election as the 13th president, 3rd democrat to win. Election of 1836
The banks give too much money in exchange for Gold and Silver, the banks end up closing down and some people are jobless. The Panic of 1837

The Jacksonian Democracy Vocab Crossword Puzzle

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more than half majority
largest single share plurality
canidate that recives the backing of his home state rather than of the national party favorite son
an overwhelming victory landslide
the right to vote suffrage
a system in which nonelected officals carry out laws burecracy
a fee paid by merchants who imported goods tariff
to cancel a federal law nullify
dishonest or illegal actions corruption
to break away from U.S. and form their own government secede
system in which delagates from the states selected the partys presidential canidate nominating conventions
a meeting held to choose their partys canidate for president or decide policy caucas
the practice of replacing government employees with the winning canidates supporters spoils system
attempts to ruin their opponents reputation with insults mudslinging

Age of Jackson Crossword

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Description

7th president Andrew Jackson
Cancel Nullify
Journey taken by native Americans Trail of tears
Right to vote Suffrage
Leave a group Sucede
Forced native Americans to leave their land Indian removal act
Land of native Americans Indian territory
Power that state government States rights
party giving public office to its supporters Spoils system
established the principles of U.S constitutional law John Marshall
seventh Vice President John c Calhoun
Native American tribe Cherokee
against Jackson National Republican
confrontation between South Carolina and the federal Nullification crisis
Worcester sued Georgia Worcester v Georgia
Help Jackson Democratic Party
against Jackson Whig party
Senator who apposed calhoun Daniel Webster
protective tariff passed by the Congress Tariff of ambominations
presidential actions that many viewed to be corrupt from different standpoints Currupt bargain
Jackson's endurance and strength inspired his soldiers to give him the nickname Old hickory

The Age of Jackson Word Search

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Political Life
Electoral Votes
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