APUSH Princeton ch10 vocabulary

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Settlers who move onto land without buying it
Western state with gold
Worker-enticement system
Freed over 300 slaves
British proclamation preventing western expansion
Presidential candidate Jackson pushed for
Attitude of considering slaves as children
Intense religion revived in South
Ability of states to not observe national law
Era in which canals were the prime mode of commerce (hint hint)
Allowed long distance communication
Madison's War
Illegal activity in which (generally) women receive money for sexual favors
Accusations that party caucuses were undemocratic brought this about
Religious revitalism involving camp meetings
Women's rights organization founded by Susan B. Anthony
Descendents of freed slaves
Name for Texas as a sovereign nation
Second national money managing entity
Island nation next to Britain
Man (hint) involved in pushing for public education
People pushing for immediate emancipation
Nation which emmigrated Germans (HINT)
Produced specialized machines for growing industries
Famous battle in Texan Revolution
Places built to take care of orphans (hint)
Large swells of immigration
Camp meetings
Prisons which reformed the inmates
Technological advancer who invented the cotton gin
State of not having enough money to survive
Acted as middlemen
Act forcing Indians into Oklahoma
Northern innovation that spen up production
Notion that women should stay at home
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Organizations against alcohol
Election between 4 Democratic Republican candidates
State that was once part of Spain and then Mexico but gained its indepedence
Began news paper the Liberator
Languge system for the telegraph
Common commercial enterprise on the frontiers
Lent money to everyone
Successful Canal that linked New York to Europe
Freed slave who wrote The North Star
Places built to help treat mentally ill patients
Support network established by Jackson became this party
Tracks that carry trains
Area co-owned by the US and the British
Industry that developed because of the need to ship products
Another name for the Tariff of 1828
Boats with steam engines
Policy ending purchase of land on credit
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Transformers of textiles into finished products
Resentment between geographical regions
Groups of US Congressmen who chose their nominees
People who raised livestock on the frontier
Charismatic speaker who campaigned for emanicipation and women's rights
Another name for Lowell system
Discovery of gold in California started this
Invention which weaved clothing
How money is spread out
Width of tracks that made linkage difficult
Invention which sped up cotton harvesting
Network of hiding places to free slaves
Money managing businesses
Changes in the economy from prosperity to panics
Whites at the bottom of the Southern social structure
Extension of voting rights to all white males
Power of determining laws unconstitutional
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Party formed in opposition of the Democrats
Agriculture and slavery oriented region
Gambling activity involving random chance winning
Rule ending discussion on slavery
Major anti-large government stance of Jacksonians
Economy based on internal trade
Also called Seven Years' War
Politics based upon Jefferson's beliefs
People who looked for and sold ore
Sellers of the clothing
South Carolina nullified this tariff
Tariff passed during Adams's administation
Commerce and business oriented region
Policy of appointing who you wanted to public offices
Organizations created to better workers' conditions
Court case used to determine the Bank constitutional
Whig president who took over from Harrison
Technological innovation allowing products to be made in a line
Tradesmen, brokers, other professionals
Route from Maryland to West Virginia
Deal between Adams and Clay
Politics based upon Jackson's beliefs
Idea of government involvement
Compromise that contained the Fugitive Slave Act
Accused Jackson of murdering his enlisted men
Lower class that often did menial labor
Commercial farming and fur trapping oriented region
Restrictive laws on blacks
Farmers without slaves
Successful slave rebellion
First Whig President
Newspaper written by William Lloyd Garrison
Vice that involves betting
American belief that they deserved to spread out to the Pacific
Economic crisis caused by the Specie Circular

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