History Quiz / Events in the Early 1800s

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Can you name the Events in the Early 1800s?

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The bargain that was made between Clay and Adams were known as __________.
Following a small lowering of the tariff in 1832, SC called what?
Who were involved in the debate that went one for weeks in the US Senate?
Peggy Eaton Affair caused _______ of cabinet.
Alcohol, 'Demon Rum' brough what kind of societies?
Industrial Revolution in England and Europe created what?
Harrison's accomplishment: reestablishing the ____________ system in american politics.
McColluch vs. Maryland decided that federal law always trumps ___________.
What party oppsed the growing power of presidency
Clay became Secretary of __________ under Adams.
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Jackson detested what as thousands clamored for fed. jobs?
SC threatened secession which led Henry Clay to make what? (TWO ANSWERS)
This party emerged due to AJ's being a Mason
Children were cheaper, small, and expendable which led to ____.
____ Canal connected NYC with Duluth, Winn.
AJ's and Biddle's Bank War was a reason for the _______.
Indian Removal Act of 1830 caused one of America's darkest moments known as the __________
(Young Children/ Teen girls/ Adults) Which one of them were forced to work in Mass. textile factories?
Seneca Falls Convention is considered to be the foundation of American ___?
Mott, Staton, Anthony initiated a congregation over women rights in 1848 known as the __________

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