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Title: Opening Splash


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Jeopardy!
Begin
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Jackson I
Jackson II
Reform I
Reform Authors
Potpourri
Transportation and Inventors
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Final Jeopardy
Jacksonian Democracy
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President Jacksons refusal to enforce this
Supreme Court Decision led to the Trail of Tears
and Cherokee removal from Georgia
Worchester v. Georgia
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Inventors - 100He invented the telegraph
C1-100
Samuel Morse
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Inventors - 200He invented the cotton gin
C1-200
Eli Whitney
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Inventors - 300 Isaac Singer and
Eliasinvented this labor saving device for women

C1-300
Sewing Machine
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Inventors - 400He influenced mass production
by developing interchangeable parts
C1-400
Eli Whitney
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Inventors - 500He is considered the father of
the factory system
C1-500
Samuel Slater
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Jackson I - 100Thousands of Indians died
during this relocation when they had to move west
C2-100
Trail of Tears
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Jackson I - 200Unofficial Advisors to the
president-Congress didnt approve
C2-200
Kitchen Cabinet
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Jackson I - 300 Years of Jacksons
Administration
C2-300
1829-1837
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Jackson I - 400 Economic situation suffered By
the U.S. During the Beginning of Van Burens Term

C2-400
Panic of 1837
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Jackson I - 500Jackson vetoed it because he
didn't think federal funds should pay for
intrastate improvements
C2-500
Maysville Road
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Jackson II - 100The charge make by Jacksonians
in 1825 that Clay had supported John Quincy Adams
in the House presidential vote in return for the
office of Secretary of State. Clay knew he could
not win, so he traded his votes for an office.
C3-100
Corrupt Bargain
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Jackson II - 200Many cabinet members snubbed
her as socially unacceptable. Jackson sided with
the her, and the affair helped to dissolve the
cabinet - especially those members associated
with John C. Calhoun
C3-200
Peggy Eaton Affair
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Jackson II - 300Modified John Marshall's
ruling in the Darmouth College Case of 1819,
which said that a state could not make laws
infringing on the charters of private
organizations. Chief Justice Roger Taney ruled
that a charter granted by a state to a company
cannot work to the disadvantage of the public.
C3-300
Charles River Bridge Case
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Jackson II - 400It was meant to stop land
speculation caused by states printing paper money
without gold or silver backing it.
C3-400
Specie Circular
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Jackson II - 500It authorized President
Jackson to use the army and navy to collect
duties on the Tariffs of 1828 and 1832.
C3-500
Force Bill
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Reform I - 100This was a liberal, religious
movement of the 1830s. It believe that truth
comes from the senses and every man possess and
inner light
C4-100
Transcendentalism
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Reform I - 200This was the resentment of
German and Irish immigrant to the United States
C3-200
Nativism
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Reform I - 300She wanted to reform prisons
C3-300
Dorethea Dix
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DAILY DOUBLE
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Reform I - 400This was the womens rights
movement meeting held in New York State in 1848
C3-400
Seneca Falls Convention
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Reform I - 500These laws were passed to
prohibit alcohol
C3-500
Maine Laws
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Reform Authors - 100It was one of the few art
schools in America in the 19th century that was
famous for their landscapes
C4-100
Hudson River School of Arts
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Reform Authors - 200He was a 19th century
writer who wrote many poems and philosophical
essays
C4-200
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Reform Authors - 300He inspired passive
resistance and while living in the woods he
wrote Walden
C4-300
Henry David Thoreau
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Reform Authors - 400He was a poet from Brooklyn
whose most famous work was Leaves of Grass
C4-400
Walt Whitman
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Reform Authors - 500He was one of the authors
dealing with never endingstruggle between good
and evil. His most famous work was The Scarlet
letter
C4-500
Nathaniel Hawthorne
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Potpourri - 100The system where people are
rewarded for their party loyalty with government
jobs.
C4-100
Spoils System
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Potpourri - 200 The first highway built by the
federal government. Constructed during 1825-1850,
it stretched from Pennsylvania to Illinois. It
was a major overland shipping route and an
important connection between the North and the
West.
C4-200
National/Cumberland Road
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Potpourri - 300Peoples Party in Rhode Island
attempted to overthrow the state legislature and
example where state reforms did not go very
peacefully in the process of democratization.
C4-300
Dorr Rebellion
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Potpourri - 400They were state banks that
received funds from the federal government
created by President Jackson
C4-400
Pet Banks
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Potpourri - 500President of the Bank of the
United States from 1823 on.
C4-500
Biddle
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