Name: 
 

Jacksonian Democracy



Matching
 
 
Match each item with the correct statement below.
a.
Democratic-Republicans
d.
bureaucracy
b.
mudslinging
e.
the “corrupt bargain”
c.
the common man
 

 1. 

deal between Clay and Adams in the election of 1824
 

 2. 

favored states’ rights in 1828
 

 3. 

system of nonelected officials who carry out laws
 

 4. 

Jackson’s supporters
 

 5. 

insults in the election of 1828
 
 
Match each item with the correct statement below.
a.
Georgia
d.
Osceola
b.
President Jackson
e.
Five Civilized Tribes
c.
Black Hawk
 

 6. 

leader of the Seminole
 

 7. 

Sauk chieftain who led his people back to Illinois
 

 8. 

Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Chickasaw, Choctaw
 

 9. 

refused to recognize Cherokee laws
 

 10. 

ignored Chief Justice John Marshall
 

Short Answer
 

 11. 

In the 1828 election, the ____ supported John Quincy Adams and believed in a strong central government.
 

 12. 

What is the term for the practice of replacing government employees with the winning candidate’s supporters?
 

 13. 

During Jackson’s tenure in office, the Congress-controlled caucuses were replaced with a more democratic system called ____.
 

 14. 

Jackson faced a conflict with Southern states over the issue of ____, or taxes on imports.
 

 15. 

In response to South Carolina’s Nullification Act, Congress passed a ____ allowing military action to enforce acts of Congress.
 

 16. 

The ____, passed by Congress in 1830, allowed the federal government to pay Native Americans to move west.
 

 17. 

Which Native American nation pursued its case against relocation to the Supreme Court in the case Worcester v. Georgia?
 

 18. 

What did Osceola and some of his people do when they were pressured to leave Florida in the 1830s?
 

 19. 

The forced removal of the Cherokee from their native lands to present-day Oklahoma is called ____.
 

 20. 

Which Native Americans participated in the Dade Massacre so they could remain on its their lands?
 



 
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