Test 4:  The Age of Jackson

Understand the following terms and concepts.

1. The Era of Good Feelings

2. The Missouri Compromise

3. Old Hickory, Andrew Jackson (and Rachel Jackson)

4. John Quincy Adams

5. Henry Clay

6. John C. Calhoun

7. Expanding suffrage

8. The Election of 1824 and the Corrupt Bargain

9. The American System

10. The National Road

11. The Tariff of Abominations

12. Daniel Webster

13. Denmark Vesey

14. The South Carolina Exposition

15. The Jacksonian Revolution

16. Martin van Buren

17. The Election of 1828

18. The Revolution of 1828 and Jacksonian Democracy

19. Rotation in Office or the Spoils System

20. The Peggy Eaton Affair

21. The Maysville Road Bill

22. The Hayne-Webster Debate

23. States Rights

24. The Compromise Tariff of 1832

25. The Nullification Crisis

26. The Force Bill

27. The election of 1832

28. The Anti-Masonic Party

29. The Second Bank of the United States and Nicholas Biddle

30. The Bank War

31. Pet Banks and Wildcat Banks

32. Land Speculation

33. The Specie Circular

34. The Panic of 1837

35. The Black Hawk War

36. The Indian Removal Act

37. The Seminole

38. The Cherokee and the White Man’s Path

39. Sequoya

40. Worcester v Georgia

41. The Trail of Tears

42. Stephen Austin

43. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna

44. William Travis, Jim Bowie, and Davy Crockett

45. Sam Houston

46. The Battles of the Alamo, Goliad, and San Jacinto

47. The Treaties of Valesco, Texan Independence, and the Republic of Texas

48. The Whigs

49. The Second Two-Party System

50. The Caroline Affair

51. The Creole Affair

52. The ‘Divorce Bill’ and the Independent Treasury

53. William Henry Harrison

54. Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too! ----- Log Cabins and Hard Cider

55. John Tyler

56. The Aroostook War

57. The Webster-Ashburton Treaty

58. The Second Great Awakening

59. Presbyterians and Baptists

60. Methodists, Circuit Riders, and Francis Asbury

61. The Revival of 1800

62. The Cane Ridge Revival

63. The Stone-Cambpell Movement

64. The African Methodist Episcopal Church

65. Charles Grandison Finney

66. The Burned-Over District

67. Missionaries

68. The Unitarians

69. The Shakers

70. The Millerites and the Great Disappointment

71. Mary Ellen White and the Seventh-Day Aventists

72. Joseph Smith and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

73. Brigham Young, the Mormon Migration, and Deseret

74. Transcendentalism, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau

75. Brook Farm

76. Robert Owen and New Harmony

77. Fanny Wright and Nashoba

78. John Humphrey Noyes and the Oneida Community

79. John Audubon

80. The Hudson River school of art

81. Greek Revival architecture

82. Universities, Free Schools, and Catholic Schools

83. Horace Man, William Carroll, and Andrew Johnson

84. Temperance

85. Lyman Beecher

86. Prison Reforms

87. Insane Asylums

88. Dorothea Dix

89. The Cult of Domesticity and Separate Spheres

90. The Women’s Movement

91. The Seneca Falls Convention and the Declaration of Rights and Sentiments

92. Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony

93. The Agricultural Revolution

94. The Industrial Revolution

95. Water Power

96. James Watt and the steam engine

97. Textiles

98. Samuel Slater

99. Eli Whitney, the Cotton Gin, and interchangeable parts

100. The Lowell Mills, Lowell System, and Lowell Girls

101. Elias Howe, Isaac Singer, and the sewing machine

102. Wage slavery, unions, the General Trades Union, and strikes

103. Commonwealth v. Hunt

104. John Deere and the steel plough

105. Cyrus McCormick, Obed Hussey, and the mechanical reaper

106. The Transportation Revolution

107. Turnpikes, canals, and railroads

108. DeWitt Clinton and the Erie Canal

109. Cornelius Vanderbilt

110. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad

111. Robert Fulton, the Clermont, and steamboats

112. Clipper ships

113. The Communication Revolution

114. Samuel Morse and the telegraph

115. The Irish Potato Famine

116. Irish Immigration to America

117. The Fenian Brotherhood

118. The Revolutions of 1848

119. German Immigration to America

120. Nativism

121. The American (Know-Nothing) Party

122. Tammany Hall and Boss Tweed

123. Carl Schurz

124. Frederick Jackson Turner and the Frontier Thesis

125. John L. O’Sullivan and Manifest Destiny

126. Oregon

127. John Jacob Astor

128. The Hudson’s Bay Company

129. The Oregon Trail and the Willamette Valley

130. The Columbia River, the 49th Parallel, or ‘54°40’ or Fight!’

131. California

132. The Donner Party

133. The Santa Fe Trail

134. Young Hickory, James K. Polk, the Dark Horse candidate

135. Polk’s campaign promises

136. The Walker Tariff

137. The Gag Rule

138. The Annexation of Texas

139. The Rio Nueces and the Rio Grande

140. Old Rough and Ready Zachary Taylor

141. American blood shed on American soil

142. The Mexican-American War

143. Abraham Lincoln and the Spot Resolution

144. The Battles of Monterrey and Buena Vista

145. Old Fuss and Feathers Winfield Scott

146. The Siege of Vera Cruz

147. The Battle of Cerro Gordo

148. Chapultepec and the conquest of Mexico City

149. Niños Héroes

150. The San Patricios

151. West Point

152. John C. Frémont and the Bear Flag Republic

153. Stephen Kearny and New Mexico

154. Nicholas Trist

155. The Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo

156. Conscience Whigs

157. David Wilmot and the Wilmot Proviso

158. Henry David Thoreau and Civil Disobedience

159. The California Gold Rush

This page last updated 11 September, 2018.
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