Objects & Places from The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846

Charles Sellers
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The War of 1812

This event brought Jackson into the public eye as a prominent general and the beginning of the market revolution.

The Panic of 1819

This event was caused by excessive land speculation and easy money.

The Second Bank of the United States

This institution was responsible for controlling the supply of credit in the United States.

Paper Money

This currency represents supplies of precious metals that back this form of legal tender.

Democracy

This form of government exists when political power is run and managed by the people as a whole.

Hard Money

This currency takes the form of gold and silver, and Jackson trusted it as a guarantee of fiscal responsibility in government and economic stability.

Capitalism

This is an economic system which assesses private property rights within the means of production.

Tennessee

This location was the birthplace of Andrew Jackson.

Party Politics and Electioneering

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