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White House Party
Indian removal Act
Tensions between Jackson and Calhoun
In 1829, Andrew Jackson invited everybody to the White House for a party but when everybody came they tore up the house and Andrew Jackson left.
Jackson opposes Second Bank of the United States
In May 1830 did the Indian Removal act which he forced many Native Americans out of the homes and made them move west.
in 1830 Andrew received a letter from Calhoun saying that he will discipline Andrew for his military involvement in Florida.
Jackson declines a bill that would have extended the life of the Second Bank of the United States.