__________ 9. The sorrowful path along which thousands of southeastern Indians were removed to Oklahoma__________ 10. Florida Indians who refused to accept removal and waged a bitter war against the American army from 1835 to 1837__________ 11. The nation from which Texas won its independence in 1836__________ 12. Status sought from the Unites Stated by Texas in 1837 but refused by Jackson because of the slavery issue__________ 13. Anti-Jackson political party that generally stood for national community and an activist government.__________ 14. System of keeping government fund in separate vaults, established by Van Buren’s “Divorce Bill” in 1840__________ 15. Popular symbols of the somewhat bogus but effective campaign the Whigs used to elect “poor-boy” Henry Harrison in 1840D. Matching People, Places and EventsMatch the person, place, or event in the left column with the proper description in the right column by inserting the correct letter on the blank line___ 1. John C. Calhoun A. Cherokee leader who devised an alphabet for his people___ 2. Henry ClayB. Political party that generally stressed individual liberty, the rights of the common people, and hostility to privilege ___ 3. Nicholas BiddleC. Seminole leader whose warriors killed fifteen hundred American soldiers in years of guerilla warfare___ 4. SequoyahD. Former Tennessee governor whose victory at San Jacinto in1836 won Texas its independence___ 5. Black HawkE. Mexican general and dictator whose large army failed to defeat the Texans.___ 6. OsceolaF. Former vice president, leader of South Carolina nullifiers, bitterly hated by Andrew Jackson ___ 7. Stephan AustinG. Political party that favored a more activist government, high tariffs, internal improvements, and moral reforms ___ 8. Sam HoustonH. Original leader of American settlers in Texas who obtained a huge land grant from the Mexican government___ 9. AlamoI. Sites of the greatest Mexican victory during the war for Texas independence___ 10. Santa AnnaJ. “Old Tippecanoe” who was portrayed by Whig propagand-ists as a hard-drinking common man of the frontier ___ 11. Martin Van BurenK.