William Lloyd Garrison, is one of the best-known radical abolitionists and published a abolitionist paper known as “The Liberator.”
Frederick Douglass, was an abolitionist and published an abolitionist paper called “The North Star.” Some radical abolitionists were called out for kidnapping slaves, violence against slaveholders, and bloody slave revolution in the South.
Nat Turner, was a black preacher who stirred a slave rebellion in Virginia. About sixty white people, mostly woman and children were murdered in the "Nat Turner Revolt." many people blamed Garrison and his abolitionist propaganda for the bloodshed
Nicholas Biddle, was the director of the national bank. he extended the power of the central bank and opened branch offices throughout the country. Biddle gained favors from Congress by granting loans to congressmen and even dreamed of manipulating the President of the United States.
Martin Van Buren, as president Jackson approached the end of his second term he picked vice president Martin Van Buren to be the next democratic candidate for president. he was also the first president born a U.S citizen (after the decoration of independence)
William Henry Harrison, the first whig president and was a veteran of many indian wars and a hero of the war of 1812, gave the longest inaugural speech on record (1 hour, 45 minutes) and served the shortest term in office of any President (31 days)