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Manifest Destiny, Seneca Falls Convention, 54 40 or Fight, Mexican-American War, Free-Soil Party 14. 9/11 Bombings, invasion of Iraq, Obamacare, the Great Recession, the Tea Party 15. Northwest Ordinance, Constitutional Convention, Shays Rebellion, 3/5 Compromise, Articles of Confederation 16. Washington Naval Conference, Return to Normalcy, Scopes Trial, Sacco and Vanzetti, Quota System 17. Plessy v. Ferguson, new immigrants, Homestead and Pullman Strikes, Spanish-American War, Sherman Antitrust Act 18. NAFTA, “dot com” boom, Impeachment, Persian Gulf War, “don’t ask, don’t tell” 19. 14 th Amendment, Tenure of Office Act, Emancipation Proclamation, Antietam, Homestead Act 20. Gag rule, Bank War, Nullification, Second Great Awakening, Nat Turner’s Rebellion 21. Triple Wall of Privilege, “He kept us out of war”, reservationists, Federal Trade Commission Act, 17 th Amendment 22. Era of Good Feeling, American System, Erie Canal, Adams-Onis Treaty, McCulloch v. Maryland 23. Montgomery Bus Boycott, Army-McCarthy Hearings, Levittowns, Baby Boom, Mutually Assured Destruction, Sputnik, Brown v. Board of Education 24. Stonewall Inn Riot, Tet Offensive, MLK Assassination, Moon Landing, Cuban Missile Crisis, Counterculture Movement, War on Poverty 25. Vietnamization, Watergate Scandal, OPEC embargo, Pentagon Papers, Fall of Saigon, Iran Hostage Crisis, Roe v. Wade 103
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APUSH PRESIDENTS MATCHING ACTIVITY NAME: ___________________________________ PRESIDENT No. (#) DESCRIPTION Andrew Johnson 17 was impeached by Radical Republicans in Congress during Reconstruction James Monroe 5 Era of Good Feelings; warned Europeans to stay out of the Western Hemisphere Thomas Jefferson 3 purchased the Louisiana Territory from France, believed America’s future was in agriculture James k. Polk 11 annexed Texas, initiated and won the Mexican-American War William Henry Harrison 9 first president to die in office; nicknamed “Tippecanoe”; log cabin campaign John ADams 2 first one-term president; lost favor after the Alien and Sedition Acts were passed FRanklin Pierce 14 arranged for the Gadsden Purchase; signed the Kansas-Nebraska Act Herbert Hoover 31 president during the stock market crash of 1929, disbanded the Bonus Army March James Garfield 20 was assassinated by Charles Guiteau, a self-proclaimed Stalwart Republican and proponent of political machines Woodrow Wilson 28 president during World War 1, proposed the Fourteen Points; last of the progressive presidents theodore Roosevelt 26 negotiated the Panama Canal Treaty and used “Big Stick Diplomacy” when dealing with foreign powers; “The Rough Rider” Andrew Jackson 7 removed Cherokee tribes from the southeast, ended the National Bank, co-founded the Democratic Party; “Old Hickory” John Tyler 10 nicknamed “His Accidency” after his predecessor was assassinated; 1 st vice president to become president after the death of a sitting president; disowned by his own political party (Whigs) Ulysses S Grant 18 famed Union general from the Civil War; had a presidency marred with scandals by his cabinet members Martin Van Buren 8 nicknamed “The Little Magician;” president during the Panic of 1837; co-founder of the Democrat Party James Madison 4 president during the War of 1812 George Washington 1
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