The Tariff of Abomination was when more manufacturing developed the Tariff increased. John C Calhoun called it the Tariff of Abomination. It was designed to protect the industries in the north.

The Tariff of Abomination was when more manufacturing developed the Tariff increased. John C Calhoun called it the Tariff of Abomination. It was designed to protect the industries in the north.

Tariff of Abominations (A political cartoon depicting the growth of the North at the expense of the South as a result of tariffs)

Tariff of Abominations (A political cartoon depicting the growth of the North at the expense of the South as a result of tariffs)

A timeline shows important events of the era. In 1824, John Quincy Adams is elected president in a “corrupt bargain”; a portrait of Adams is shown. In 1828, the “Tariff of Abominations” protects northern manufacturers, and Andrew Jackson wins the popular and electoral votes; a portrait of Jackson is shown. In 1830, Congress passes the Indian Removal Act; a portrait of Sauk chief Black Hawk is shown. In 1832, the Nullification Crisis risks violent secession, and President Jackson vetoes the…

A timeline shows important events of the era. In 1824, John Quincy Adams is elected president in a “corrupt bargain”; a portrait of Adams is shown. In 1828, the “Tariff of Abominations” protects northern manufacturers, and Andrew Jackson wins the popular and electoral votes; a portrait of Jackson is shown. In 1830, Congress passes the Indian Removal Act; a portrait of Sauk chief Black Hawk is shown. In 1832, the Nullification Crisis risks violent secession, and President Jackson vetoes the…

The Tariff of Abominations - history.house.gov

The Tariff of Abominations - history.house.gov

Nullification Crisis: the north was becoming increasingly industrialized, and the south was remaining to an agricultural lifestyle. Southerners looked to John C. Calhoun for leadership against the "Tariff of Abomination". They had felt this tariff only benefited the North's factories.

Nullification Crisis: the north was becoming increasingly industrialized, and the south was remaining to an agricultural lifestyle. Southerners looked to John C. Calhoun for leadership against the "Tariff of Abomination". They had felt this tariff only benefited the North's factories.

Whole Class/Small Group Activity: OPTIC over the Jackson inauguration Painting(8.5F) (8.29C)Station 1: Jackson/Calhoun conversation on the Nullification Crisis/Tariff of Abominations(8.5G)(8.29D)Station 2: Indian Removal Act Document Analysis(8.5G)(8.29A)(8.29B)Station 3: Worcester v.

Jackson Era Learning Stations

Whole Class/Small Group Activity: OPTIC over the Jackson inauguration Painting(8.5F) (8.29C)Station 1: Jackson/Calhoun conversation on the Nullification Crisis/Tariff of Abominations(8.5G)(8.29D)Station 2: Indian Removal Act Document Analysis(8.5G)(8.29A)(8.29B)Station 3: Worcester v.

This excellent Common Core-aligned primary source analysis activity features 5 political cartoons related to Andrew Jackson. Each deals with a different aspect of Jackson's presidency: The Spoils System, the Tariff of Abominations, The National Bank, The Indian Removal Act, and Jackson's use of the presidential veto. Each cartoon is paired with a set of analysis questions for students to answer. An answer key for this is provided along with blown-up, larger versions of each cartoon.

Analyzing Andrew Jackson in Political Cartoons Worksheets

This excellent Common Core-aligned primary source analysis activity features 5 political cartoons related to Andrew Jackson. Each deals with a different aspect of Jackson's presidency: The Spoils System, the Tariff of Abominations, The National Bank, The Indian Removal Act, and Jackson's use of the presidential veto. Each cartoon is paired with a set of analysis questions for students to answer. An answer key for this is provided along with blown-up, larger versions of each cartoon.

Tariff of Abominations "Simulation" - Hook... by Active History - Elizabeth Cumbie | Teachers Pay Teachers

Tariff of Abominations "Simulation" - Hook Activity

Tariff of Abominations "Simulation" - Hook... by Active History - Elizabeth Cumbie | Teachers Pay Teachers

Carolinians felt that the tariff only helped the North and forced them to pay more money for imported goods.

Carolinians felt that the tariff only helped the North and forced them to pay more money for imported goods.

Passed by Congress on May 19th 1828 the Tariff of 1828 was labeled the Tariff of Abominations by southerners.

Passed by Congress on May 19th 1828 the Tariff of 1828 was labeled the Tariff of Abominations by southerners.

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