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117.By 1820, the three-fifths rule __________.
118.Thomas Jefferson believed that Indians who became "civilized" would__________.
119.By the early 1800s, the "Five Civilized Tribes" of the South were__________.
120.Prior to about 1840, manufacturing in the United States was__________.
121.The Era of Good Feeling __________.
122.Legislators feared that Missouri's entrance as a slave state would__________.
123.What was the greatest significance of the steamboat?
124.The last stand for Native Americans in the former Northwest Territorytook place when __________.
Illinois125.Because toll roads were not successful in providing low-costtransportation, Americans turned to __________.
126.Which one of the following was an influence that prompted JohnQuincy Adams to propose the Monroe Doctrine?
127.During his tenure on the Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Marshall__________.
128.Commercial banking was important to the agricultural economy mainlybecause it __________.
129.To be more than a façade, the so-called Era of Good Feeling would haverequired __________.
130.What was the most important result of the Adams-Onís Treaty?
131.Why was the Monroe administration initially neutral in recognizing theindependence of Latin American nations?
132.The "tariff of abominations" was most unpopular in which region of thecountry?
133.Which election was decided by the House of Representatives?
134."Tippecanoe and Tyler, too" was the campaign slogan of __________.
135.The Democratic party was founded to __________.
136.Andrew Jackson's veto of the bill rechartering the national bank wasgroundbreaking because this was __________.

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