Though their numbers were never large, those who supported __________ were particularly vocal in their opposition to slavery.

For 10 years in the 1830s and 40s the __________ prevented the discussion of slavery in Congress.

James Henry Hammond stated every society required workers who performed the brute labor on which all else rested, and he referred to this class as the __________.

Young Democrats hoped that the __________ would set the stage for the elimination of other duties on American products around the world.

The federal government forcibly relocated the Cherokee along the __________.

Taking a cue from President Jackson's attitudes and actions, in 1830 Congress passed the __________.

The growing number of __________ people in American society attested to the sexual exploitation of female slaves.

Opposed to the Jacksonian Democrats, the __________ advocated temperance and argued for the observance of the Sabbath.

At the Battle of the __________, supporters of Texas independence were routed by a much larger force of Mexican government troops.

A work force of younger women, known as the __________, worked in one of the first large factories in the United States.