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U.S. history Unit 4

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Which citizen class could vote before
The battle in 1815 between American and British troops for control of New Orleans, ending in an American victory is known as the battle at __________.
Jacksonian Democracy stood for a stronger presidency and executive branch with a weaker ________.
All non-_____ males were left out of Jacksonian democracy.
Who was the 4th president?
America was able to industrialize like England because of is abundant _________>
Who did Jefferson send to explore the new land?
Jefferson doubled the size of the U.S. through the _________ purchase.
The war of 1812 between the United States and _______ which was trying to interfere with American trade with France.
One of the most important piece of legislation passed by Jackson was the ______ removal act of 1830.
Which group was angered by the tariff of 1828?
_____ and Jefferson did not get along with each other
Which Supreme Court justice did Jackson openly challenge?
Jackson pushed for more voting rights for the ______.
Henry Clay supported ________ nationalism.
Who did Jefferson purchase Louisiana from?
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Which Indian group fought against the Indian removal act of 1830?
an example that may serve as a basis for imitation or later action
The industrial revolution stated in England during the __________ century.
Who was the 5th president?
How many terms did George Washington serve?
Who was the 7th president?
Which transportation system helped boosted the US economy?
What is it called to cancel a federal law?
How did the Democratic Republicans interpret the constitution?
Advisory council for the president consisting of experts in their respected fields.
The treaty of _____ ended the war of 1812
The American foreign policy opposing interference in the Western hemisphere from outside powers known as the ______ doctrine.
How did the federalist interpret the constitution?
What party was the opposite of Jacksonian democracy?