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This person was Vice President during Jackson's first term. He later on went on to nullify unfair tariffs affecting the south.
 
What was the nickname Jackson received by his troops because he was strong as one?
 
This war was lead by Jackson and defeated the Creek Indians.
 
Andrew Jackson defeated the British in this battle, in which British troops lost over two thousand men; several days later a peace treaty was signed. This battle was known as:
 
This President ended the Bank of the U.S. and his last words were 'I killed the bus'.
 
This was proposed by Henry Clay and John C. Calhoun as a resolution to the Nullification Crisis.
 
Andrew Jackson use this for whatever force necessary to enforce Federal tariffs.
 
This president was the first president to be from New York.
 
Henry Clay held powerful government position from 1811 to 1829. What were these two positions?
 
On 1828, a tariff was passed in which Northern industries were protected. One state however, nullified this tariff. What state was it?
 
In New York City, papers were sold which contained scandals about murder trials and pirates. What was the name of these papers? They were called by their price.
 
In 1844, Samuel F.B. Morse sent his first telegraph with the help of the government. This message was sent from Washington to what city?
 
This system focuses on a strong central government, the Bank of the U.S., a protective tariff, and on internal improvements.
 
What elections did the Whigs win?
 

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