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turning points notes - Compromise of 1877-democrats traded...

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Patronage-political spoils Tariffs- tax on imports, to promote homegrown goods and equalizing the price, seeds to lead us to the civil war Nullification-page 333, started in south Carolina, economic legal John c. Calhoun Removal act- passed in 1830 by Andrew Jackson encroachment and violence of white settlers and the natives was so severe if they didn’t move they would be killed 5 civilized tribes- Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Choctaw, Chickasaw Trail of Tears- Treaty of new enchota- Cherokee have 2 years to leave Chapter 12 William Lloyd garrison, the liberator(1831) Angelina grimke submitted articles Nat turner, slave rebellion Chapter 15 Nathan Bedford forest the leader of the kkk
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Unformatted text preview: Compromise of 1877-democrats traded the whitehouse for control of the south Hayes got the white house southern democrats got status quo antebellum, getting soldiers out of the south and control of the south again Tainos- the group of native Americans that were first made contact with by Columbus, started the Columbia exchange, Columbus brought them back because he thought they would be good servants Treaty of tordesillas 1492 who wrote it who was involved and what did it do Chapter16 Homestead act- Railroad act- Custer, little bighorn 1876-Chapter 19 Page 592 Populist movement Chapter 25 3 Rs- relief, reform,...
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