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Grade 10 Jacksonian Era
Grade 11 Jacksonian Era
Who is known for creating the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850?
  1. Henry Clay
  2. Stephen Douglas
  3. Daniel Webster
  4. Franklin Pierce
Grade 10 Jacksonian Era
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
What did suffrage mean during the "Jacksonian Democracy"?
  1. the right for ALL white male citizens to vote
  2. the right for ALL Americans to vote
  3. the right for ALL African Americans to vote
  4. the right for ALL women to vote
Grade 10 Jacksonian Era
Grade 10 Jacksonian Era
Who was Jackson's Vice-President that disagreed with him on the idea of nullification?
  1. John C. Calhon
  2. Henry Clay
  3. Martin Van Buren
  4. James K Polk
Grade 5 Jacksonian Era
The Cherokee's forced journey to Oklahoma is known as the                   .
  1. Trail of Tears
  2. Trail of Dirt
  3. Trail of Cherokees
  4. Trail of Indians
Grade 11 Jacksonian Era
The Nullification Crisis occurred in which state?
  1. North Carolina
  2. Kansas
  3. Nebraska
  4. South Carolina
Grade 5 Jacksonian Era
This President signed the Indian Removal Act.
  1. Abraham Lincoln
  2. Barack Obama
  3. Andrew Jackson
  4. George Washington
Grade 3 Jacksonian Era
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
The forced removal of the Cherokees to Oklahoma was known as the
  1. Long March.
  2. Last Stand.
  3. Trail of Tears.
  4. Walk to Freedom.
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
Which of the following was a justification used by the United States to remove Indians from their land?
  1. If Indians don't move they'll be killed by American Settlers
  2. The land they will move to will be much better than the land they're on
  3. America is looking out for the best interest of the Native Americans
  4. All of the Above
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
Why did many Native American groups sign treaties agreeing to move west after the passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830?
  1. They trusted the government and considered the treaties to be fair and in their best interests.
  2. The land they were promised was some of the most productive farmland in the west.
  3. They felt that they had no choice and would be forcibly removed from their land anyway.
  4. Most Native Americans had voted for Jackson, and they agreed with his policies.
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
A major issue during Andrew Jackson's presidency was
  1. slavery.
  2. states' rights.
  3. the War of 1812.
  4. independence.
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
The forced removal of the Cherokees to Oklahoma was known as the
  1. Walk to Freedom.
  2. Long March.
  3. Last Stand.
  4. Trail of Tears.
Grade 11 Jacksonian Era
Andrew Jackson found his greatest support among
  1. northern factory workers.
  2. Native Americans.
  3. common people.
  4. supporters of high tariffs.
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
The practice of rewarding supporters with political jobs is known as
  1. electoral voting.
  2. states' rights.
  3. a caucus.
  4. the spoils system.
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
President Jackson's policy toward Native Americans
  1. exhibited patience, understanding, and respect for their culture and history.
  2. centered around a policy of their removal from their native lands.
  3. did not affect lands that were previously granted to Native Americans by treaties.
  4. none of the above.
Grade 8 Jacksonian Era
By putting into effect the Indian Removal Act, President Jackson was supporting
  1. the power of a strong federal government.
  2. the Bank of the United States.
  3. the power of the Supreme Court.
  4. rights of Native Americans.
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