Andrew Jackson's Presidency

Andrew Jackson's Presidency
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  • Spoils System
  • Nullification Crisis
  • Jacksons "Kitchen Cabinet"
  • The spoils system was when Jackson fired qualified federal employees and replaced them with friends, family, and supporters. 
  • Jackson as the "people's person"
  • The Nullification Crisis was when the president passes a new tax which angered the states and South Carolina threatened to secede from the union.
  • Indian Removal Act and the Trail of Tears
  • Jackson was taking advice from unqualified friends and family that he hired when he fired qualified federal employees.
  • The Bank War
  • After 4 years of protesting, Jackson finally got elected to be president by the common people.
  • Andrew for president
  • The Indian Removal Act was when president Jackson made present-day Oklahoma Indian territory and he made them move there. The Trail of Tears is when hundreds and thousands of Indians were killed from disease and other causes while moving to their new land.
  • The Bank war is when Jackson replaced the second national bank with various state banks
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