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Title: Chapter 13 Notes


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Chapter 13 Notes
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Corrupt Bargain of 1824
  • The Players
  • John Quincy Adams

3
  • Henry Clay

4
Andrew Jackson
  • Andrew Jackson

5
The Bargain
  • John C. Calhoun vice presidential candidate for
    both Adams and Jackson
  • Jackson won popular vote but not the electoral
    vote
  • Sound familiar?
  • 12th amendment?
  • Goes to the House of Representatives

6
Was it Corrupt???
  • Who was the speaker of the House?
  • Henry Clay
  • Clay could virtually got to choose the president.
  • Hated Jackson
  • That left Adams
  • Adams elected president

7
  • Adams appointed Clay Secretary of State
  • Stepping stone to the presidency

8
  • Another duel
  • John Randolph of VA challenged Clay
  • No one injured

Randolph
9
Verdict???
  • Adams….Puritan….very honest
  • Clay logical choice for Secretary of State

10
His Fathers Son
  • Adams
  • Tactless, irritable, sarcastic
  • Nationalistic view

11
Construction of Road/Canals
  • Adams increased spending on national projects

12
American Indian Policy
  • Georgians wanted them out
  • John Quincy attempted to deal fairly with
    American Indians
  • Antagonized westerners

13
Jackson
  • Appealed to frontier farmer
  • In reality a wealthy planter
  • Hero of War of 1812

14
Campaign of 1828
15
The Hero of New Orleans
16
Election of 1828
17
Jackson
  • Had malaria, dysentery, and TB
  • Lead poisoning from 2 bullets
  • In duels (2)
  • Little parental involvement
  • Poor grammar and language
  • Slave owner

18
Spoils System
  • Rewarded political supporters with public office
  • To the victor belongs the spoils

19
  • Allowed more people to participate in
    government????
  • Rewarded old cronies

20
Kitchen Cabinet
21
Tariff of Abominations
  • Tariffs protected American industry
  • Wool textile growing
  • Southerners hostile to tariffs
  • Discriminated against South
  • Partly true
  • South facing depression
  • Tariff scapegoat

22
South Carolina Threatened to Succeed
  • Tariff of 1832 null and void in SC
  • Threatened to succeed

23
Trail of Tears
  • Indian Removal Act
  • Supreme court sided with Indians
  • Marshall has made his decision now let him
    enforce it
  • Forced 100,000 American Indians to be moved to OK

24
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25
Bank Wars
  • Jackson declared national bank unconstitutional
  • Supreme Court in McCulloch v Maryland …
    constitutional

26
Desperate condition of Mother Bank
27
Pet Banks
  • Jackson removed federal funds from the national
    bank
  • Placed them in pet banks owned by his political
    supporters

28
Election of 1836
  • Jackson rigged nominating convention
  • Martin Van Buren won nomination over Harrison
  • Van Buren won electoral vote… popular vote closer

29
Van Buren as Jackson Successor
30
Jackson Van Buren alliance
31
Handicaps Van Buren Faced
  • Democrats resented him
  • Not as popular as Jackson…not as much showmanship
  • Jackson left him economic trouble

32
Depression
  • Banks closed
  • Factories closed
  • Wheat crop failed

33
Gone to Texas
  • Stephen F. Austin received a huge land grant from
    Mexican government
  • Davy Crockett…well she was younger than I
    realized
  • James Bowie…slave trade
  • Travis …that little incident in South Carolina

34
Texas Revolution
  • Alamo I shall never surrender victory or death
  • Lasted 13 days
  • San Jacinto…. Last battle…lasted 18 minutes

35
Election of 1840
  • Van Buren vs. William Henry Harrison
  • Tippecanoe and Tyler too
  • Harrison chosen because he had no enemies
  • Tyler after thought
  • Harrison only severed 4 weeks
  • Died of pneumonia
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