U. S. History Chapter 10 “Jacksonian Era” ReviewU. S. History Chapter 10 “Jacksonian Era” Review
Election of 1824 – J. Q. Adams, H. Clay, W. Crawford, A. Jackson…Jackson won popular / electoral vote, but J. Q. Adams wins election in House of Rep with Clay’s help
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Historical QuestionHistorical Question
Native Americans. In order to regulate interactions and maintain uniformity, legal and official dealings with Native Americans were restricted to Federal treaties. When Andrew Jackson became president
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Indian Removal Act WebquestIndian Removal Act Webquest
This is exactly what happened to American Indians after Congress passed the Indian Removal Act in 1830. The purpose of this WebQuest is to examine policy known as Indian Removal as well as the event that has come to be known as The Trail
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333 Social Studies Indian Removal Unit333 Social Studies Indian Removal Unit
United States Government has enforced. The classroom has 25 students. 15 students in the classroom are white, seven are African American, and three are Hmong. The classroom is majority male. There are two gifted students
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Chapter 14 Expansion and GrowthChapter 14 Expansion and Growth
Acquiring land from the Native Americans and distributing land to settlers became a major political and economic issue in the period from the Constitution until 1840
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Who was Andrew Jackson? In your own words, write a definition for the Indian Removal Act of 1830. DirectionsWho was Andrew Jackson? In your own words, write a definition for the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Directions
Directions: As we go through the power point slides, answer the following questions
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