John Quincy Adams unfairly clutched the win in the election for US president even though Andrew Jackson got more votes.
1828-South Carolina Nullification
Passed by the Congress of the US on May 19, 1828, The Tariff of Abominations was designed to protect industry in the northern United States.
1830-Worcester v. Georgia
In 1828, It was time for the next election to decide the US president. Andrew Jackson was ready to get his revenge on John Q. Adams. He succeeded, and became the next US president.
1836-Trail of Tears
South Carolina was refusing to follow (nullify) a tariff bill passed by US Congress. Andrew Jackson offered to lower the tariffs, but South Carolina still refused. Then, Henry Clay made a compromise.
A court case involving the authority over the Cherokee Indians between the state of Georgia and Samuel Worcester. The case was in Samuel's favor, but Georgia was the ultimate winner.
This was the act of forcing all the Cherokee Indians out of their land in order to take it from them. Andrew Jackson sent troops with them to make sure they were heading to the set place for them on the long and tiring trip.