review 3 - Review Sheet Exam 3 The following represents...

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Review Sheet Exam 3 The following represents terms that you should know for the exam. All terms can be found in the Class Lectures and or your assigned textbook reading. All of the terms will be presented in a multiple choice or true/false format. If you use the review sheet as your guide for study you should do well on the exam. Use the following framework as a reference for study; Term – definition – historical importance – results – why is this significant? Or simply what, where, why, and so what? The Tariff of 1828  - The protective tariffs of 1828 and 1832 were very high; South Carolina had no manufacturing to protect. John C. null developed the doctrine of nullification, patterned after the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of Madison and Jefferson. In case of an unjust law, any state could declare such law null and void within its own boundaries. This became the basis for additional states’ rights power which might later be used to defend slavery. Major source of immigrants during the 1830’s and 1840’s. - Many of these factory workers came from Ireland, as over 4,000,000 Irish immigrated to the United States between 1840 and 1860, fleeing the potato famine.
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The inventor of a cotton gin  - eli whitney The Republic of Liberia and its ties to American History. - Many whites were afraid of racial violence or an inability of ex-slaves to become self-supporting if freed. The American Colonization Society attempted to overcome this objection by raising money to buy slaves? freedom and then ship them back to Africa. In 1821, the society established the colony of Liberia and several thousand blacks were settled there. This plan was doomed from the beginning, as most blacks by now were several generations removed from Africa and had no desire to return to their "homeland." Furthermore, funds were short. More blacks were being born every year than could have possibly been shipped back. General trends of your textbook chart, “Cotton Production and Slave Population,   1800-1860”. The election of 1828.  - Jackson immediately began campaigning for 1828 and came to develop many modern campaign techniques—parades, BBQ’s, rallies. His grass roots movement was so successful that the Adams camp needed to find a weakness—Jackson’s wife, Rachel (mudslinging over charges of bigamy and adultery—the two had married shortly before her divorce to a previous husband became final). Although Jackson clearly won the election this time, his wife did not survive the gossip and innuendo to enjoy the White House, dying December 22, 1828. At age 61, Jackson was the oldest man ever to be president up to that time, but his health was poor (kidney problems), his attitude was worse (Rachel).
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course ACCT 52548 taught by Professor Charleslewis during the Spring '10 term at HCCS.

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