Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson
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  • Andrew Jackson was elected as President in 1829.
  • Jackson ensuring majority rule that became known as Jacksonian Democracy.
  • The sale of public lands in the west. Federal spending on internal improvements, such as roads and canals. Raising Tariffs.
  • Jackson believed in in the spoil system. It was the practice of giving government jobs.
  • He hoped that Native Americans could assimilate, or be absorbed into white culture.
  • Jackson was very harsh in his treatment towards the Native Americans
  • Andrew Jackson was reelected in 1832
  • Indian removal act in 1830 is a law for the government to negotiate treaties requiring native Americans to relocate west.
  • Where were the Indians relocated Oklahoma
  • The harsh journey that the Cherokees made from their homeland to Indian territory became known as the trail of tears.
  • Who became President after Andrew Jackson? Martin Van Buren
  • Explain the Panic of 1837. Widespread fear about the state of the economy that spread after Van Buren took office.
  • How did Jackson drive the national bank out of business? believed that the bank was corrupt had to much power.
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