History Notes-wk 5

History Notes-wk 5 - History Notes (Week 5) Andrew Jackson...

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History Notes (Week 5) Andrew Jackson 1820- Courts rule for creeks 1835- Courts rule for Cherokee Indians Georgia Gov. George Troup 1831- Indian Removal Act 1835- Treaty of New Echoda 1832- Issue of Nullification (Federal Tariff) 1828- High Tariff 1830- Tariff of Abominations (Too high, not fair) o Declare Tariff null and void in South Carolina o VP John Calhoun - SC Force Act - Troops will come into SC to collect that tax. (because it is unconstitutional) o SC backs down after troops are threatened to invade. Lowell Massachusetts Textile Factory 1860- 1.3 million workers in American factories. 1860- Factory profits = $2 billion Nuclear Family in NE- Mom, Dad, and Kids. Greater consumption of goods in North Temperance - No drinking (Henry Ward Beacher, Harriett Beacherstow [Uncle Tom’s Cabin]) Abolition- Rid of Slavery. (William Lloyd Garrison, Fred Douglass) North Women’s Rights- (Elizabeth Cady Station) o 1848- Seneca Falls
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