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Indian Removal Act and The Trail Of Tears
I order you indians to march west into the Indian territory
The Bank War
THE END OF JACKSON'S STORYBOARD
For land Hungry white settlers and Jackson pressured Congress to pass the Indian removal act of 1830.Congress established the first Indian territory in what is present-day Oklahoma. Many tribes were pressured to sign treaties and move west, but Cherokee tribe refused.In 1838, Jackson's successor, President Martin Van Buren, ordered 15,000 Cherokee under the military guard to be forcibly marched west to the Indian territory.Over 4,000 Cherokee died along the journey of disease, hunger, and exposure to the weather which was the trail of tears
Jackson's final battle was fought against the second bank of the united states.Jackson and many Americans thought the bank was unconstitutional and a symbol of big government and northern financial interests.In 1832, Clay and Webster voted to renew the bank thinking if Jackson vetoed it, it would hurt him.Jackson did veto the bill, but people supported him and re-elected him.He removed money from the national bank and gave it to states banks, leading to the death of the national bank in 1832.
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