A political election held every four years in the U.S by most political parties fielding nominees in the upcoming election.
Nominating conventions
Case that was a conviction against Samuel Worcester and the Georgia criminal statute.
Worcester vs. Georgia
A region and former territory of the U.S mainly in modern day Oklahoma.
Indian Territory
Route that American Indians were forced by the government to travel to Indian reservations.
Trail of Tears
A law that authorized to allow the president to negotiate with Southern Indian tribes.
Indian Removal Act
A group of unofficial advisers to the holder of an elected office who are considered to be unduly influential.
The Kitchen Cabinet
Political powers reserved for the states governments rather than the federal government occurring to the U.S Constitution.
States right doctrine
The practice of a successful political party giving public office to its supporters.
Spoils system
A political party formed in the late 1830's
Whig party
A protective tariff passed by Congress in 1828
Tariffs of abominations
A United States political crisis
Nullification crisis