Jacksonian Democracy

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Olivia Hohler Hour 1 Social Studies

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  • Election of 1828
  • Fine
  • These are the people I am using.
  • Spoils System
  • You are going to be working here now.
  • Okay.
  • Worcester v. Georgia
  • You didn't have a license to be in Native American land.
  • I'm suing
  • The Election of 1828 was held from October 31 to December 2. The election involved John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. Adams supported the roles of the federal government. Jackson wanted to replaced hundreds of good federal employees with his people. Those are the people that the election involved.
  • Indian Removal Act
  • Let's just force the Indians out.
  • The Spoils System was a system of replacing hundreds of perfectly good federal employees with incompetent party loyalists. I don't agree with this system because the employees that were already there were good. Also, the people Jackson put in replace of the employees weren't very good. That is what the Spoils System is.
  • Trail of Tears
  • The Worcester v. Georgia case involved Samuel Worcester, the Supreme Court and Georgia. The decision prohibited non-Native Americans from being on Native American lands without a license from the state. I agree with this because it is giving the Native Americans their space. That is what the Worcester v. Georgia case was.
  • Jackson was first attempt of presidential assassination.
  • Get back here!
  • The Indian Removal Act was an authorization for the president to grant to unsettled lands west of the Mississippi in exchange for Indian land within the states. It resulted in forcing tribes out of their native land.
  • Alright.
  • The Trail of Tears was a result of the Indian Removal Act which, forced the Native Americans East on a route that's called the Trail of Tears. The Cherokee Indians were forced to sign a treaty by President Jackson. They were forced to move east of the Mississippi River. On the Trail of tears 4,000 Cherokee Indians died. That is what the trail of Tears was.
  • This is unfair.
  • President Jackson was the first attempted presidential assassination. On January 30, 1835, a house painter named Richard Lawrence, fired at Jackson with a pistol. He misfired and tried again, but misfired. Jackson charged Lawrence with his cane. Both the pistols were fine and the odds of both guns missing was 125,000 to 1. That is what happened in the first attempted presidential assassination.
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