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US1 Chapter 8 Jeopardy Presidents Vocabulary Inventions and Innovations The Cotton South Monroe to Jackson 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Final Jeopardy He was the eighth President and protégé of the seventh. Known as the “Little Magician”. He was the ninth President and known as “Tippecanoe” according to his campaign slogan. He died one month after making the longest inaugural address in US History. He was the sixth President and son of the second. His election was known as the “Corrupt Bargain”. He was the seventh President, Hero of New Orleans, represented the common man, and treated the south eastern Indians harshly. He was the fifth President, created a doctrine dictating US foreign policy in the Western Hemisphere, and his term was known as the “Era of Good Feelings”. An increase in production by using machines instead of humans to make goods. It first occurred in England and spread to the US around the beginning of the 19th century. This is an organization of workers formed to protect their interests. Places consisting of high density population. Usually the result of nearby industrial growth. To withdraw from the Union. Powers the Constitution neither gives to the Federal Government nor denies to the States. Centralization in manufacturing resulted in… Canals were initially replaced by what more efficient method of transporting goods? What was the major result of industrialization in the US? What was a geographic reason many nonsteam powered mills were built in New England? Eli Whitney made two important contributions to the US economy in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. One benefited the South and the Other the North. In terms of population density, the South was primarily ________. After the importation of slaves into the United States was banned in 1808, how did slave populations continue to grow? What was the most important factor in making cotton the “king” of antebellum staple crops? How did many southern states react to the uprising of Vesey and Turner? Name five states located in the area formerly known as the cotton belt. What was strengthened by Supreme Court rulings under Chief Justice John Marshall? After the presidential election of 1824, critics charged that Adams and Clay had made a __________. How did President Jackson react to Georgia’s seizure of Cherokee lands? When Congress voted to extend the charter of the Bank of the United States what did President Jackson do? Which side did President Jackson support during the Nullification Crisis and why? Which two American founding fathers both died on July 4, 1826?