Proposed by the first secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton.
-Opened in 1791 and operated until 1811 to issue a uniform currency, make business loans, and collect tax monies.
-The Second Bank of the United States was chartered in 1816, but was not renewed by President Andrew Jackson twenty years later.
A leading attorney who argued many famous cases in the Supreme Court. Congressman from New Hampshire and senator representing Massachusetts.
-opposed National bank in the 1816 Vote for the National Bank
-Whig party leader, Kentucky congressman and senator, Secretary of State under John Quincy Adams and an unsuccessful candidate for the Presidency in 1824, 1832, and 1844.
-Supported national Bank.
-Advanced American system economic program
-Proposed the Missouri Compromise
South Carolina congressman, senator, vice president under John Quincy Adams as well as Andrew Jackson. At first a nationalist, he later became a defender of states rights.
-Supported national bank.
-Wrote South Carolina exposition and Protest.
First federal interstate road, built between 1811 and 1838 and stretching from Cumberland, Maryland, to Vandalia, Illinois.
-Originally called the Cumberland Rd.
The 7th President of the United States. He represented Tennessee as a Congressman and Senator, and as a major-general
- Defeated the British at New Orleans in the War of 1812.
President James Monroe's declaration to Congress on December 2, 1823, that the American continents would be thenceforth closed to colonization but that the United States would honor existing colonies of European nations.