the experience of the american banking in the war of 1812 revealed the need for
another national bank

which of the following statements about american currency and banking in this era is false
the national bank forbade state banks from issuing their own notes

as a result of the war of 1812
the growth of american manufacturing was stimulated

francis cabot lowell’s contribution to american textile mills included
improving the power loom

the first american mill to carry on the processes of spinning and weaving under a single roof was located in
waltham massachusetts

after the war of 1812 it was clear that the united states needed an improved
internal transportation system

by 1818 the united states’ internal road system
included highways that reached into ohio and pennsylvania

the lancaster pike was a road partially financed by the state of
pennsylvania

by 1818 american steam powered shipping
all these answers are correct

on his last day in office president james madison influenced “internal improvements” by
both supporting the idea of using federal funds to finance transportation construction and vetoing a bill that would have used federal funds to construct roads and canals

between 1800 and 1820 the poplution of the untied states
nearly doubled

in the early nineteenth century the westward movement of white americans was encouraged by
all these answers are correct

in the early nineteenth century life in the western territories was characterized by
frequent mobility of the population

in the early nineteenth century the deep south
included a vast productive prairie in alabama and mississippi

after mexico won its independence fron spain in 1821 it
quickly opened its northern territories to the united states

the missouri merchant who helped to create the santa fe trail by selling cheap american goods in mexican markets was
william becknell

in the early nineteenth century “mountian men”
very often married indian and mexican women

in the early nineteenth century the explorer stephen long
agreed with the findings and conclusions of zebulon pike

the “era of good feelings” following the war of 1812 reflected
rising nationalism and optimism in the united states

who amont the following was a part of the “virginia dynasty”
james monroe

prior to becoming president james monroe had
served as secretary of state

shortly after becoming president james monroe
undertook a goodwill tour of the country

during the administration of james monroe
the fedralist party in effect ceased to exist

what event prompted spain to negotiate the sale of florida to the united states
the seminole war

in 1819 the adams onis treaty dealt with the american purchase of
florida

one cause of the panic of 1819 was
new management practices within the bank of the united states

the panic of 1819 resulted in a depression that lasted
six years

the representative from new york who proposed an 1819 amandment prohibiting slavery in missouri was
james tallmadge jr

the missouri compromise of 1819
maintained the nation’s equal number of slave and free states

the supreme court ruling in dartmouth college vs woodward 1819 was a victory for
corporate contracts

in cohens vs virginia 1821 chief justice john marshall affirmed the constitutionality of
supreme court review of state court decisions

in mccullough vs maryland 1819 the supreme court confirmed the
“implied powers” of congress

the supreme court ruling in gibbons vs ogden 1824
strengthened the power of congress to regulate interstate commerce

the supreme court ruled in johnson vs mcintosh 1823 that
indians had a basic right to their tribal lands

in worcester vs georgia 1832 the marshall court affirmed federal authority over
both individual states and all american indian tribes

the policy expressed in the monroe doctrine was principally directed at
europe

the monroe doctrine declared that
european powers should not engage in new colonization of the american continents

the writing of the monroe doctrine
was an important example of american nationalism

in the presidential election of 1824
john q adams recieved the second most electoral votes and becan president

the so called “corrupt bargain” was negotiated between
henry clay and john quincy adams

the so called “corrupt bargain” of 1825 involved
a political deal to determine the outcome of the presidential election

the presidential administration of john quincy adams
was noted for its inability to carry out its policies effectively

during the presidential campaign of 1828
andrew jackson was labled a murderer

andrew jackson’s presidential victory in 1828 was
decisive but sectional

the election of 1828
saw the emergence of a new two party system