History Key Terms Chapter 4
Mercantile System pg. 159 The Mercantile System was established and controlled by the Europeans.
The European government controlled all economic activities, so that they could maintain a balance of
trade so that the exports to
Thomas Jefferson 1800 & 1804
James Madison 1808 & 1812
James Monroe 1816 & 1820
John Quincy Adams - 1824
Andrew Jackson 1828 & 1832 * known for the corrupt bargain election decided by the House of
Representatives. First time vote was extended to all white
Chapter 11 Questions
1. Q. To what extent did Andrew Jacksons election initiate a new era in American politics?
A. Most white men gained the vote when states removed property qualifications for voting.
The Jackson and his followers wanted to bring about a
1840 William Henry Harrison
1844 James K. Polk
1848 Zachary Taylor
1852 Franklin Pierce
1856 James Buchanan
1860 Abraham Lincoln
Uncle Toms Cabin written by Harriett B. Stowe to support abolition and show the cruelty of slavery
What was the biggest crop i
History Chapters 14,15,16
Q. What were the dominant issues in national politics in
A. Nationalism and westward expansion were the
biggest issues in the 1840s, Boundaries with Canada
were finally settled, and the desire
Purpose of Social Security To help those who were elderly or disabled and could not help themselves.
What did the 100 days refer to The first 100 days of F.D.R.s admittance to office. Many reforms were
made to ease the depression
The English economist who
Booker T. Washington - founded a leading college for African Americans in Tuskegee, Al. He believed the
black community should establish an economic base before striving for social equality.
DuBois criticized Washingtons views on civil rights. He advocate
13th amendment abolished slavery in U.S.
14th amendment established freemans citizenship
(birth right citizenship)
15th amendment gave black men the right to vote
Exodusters ex-slaves who moved from states along MS
River to Kansas, Oklahoma, & Colorado to