This image depicts Andrew Jackson standing before the grave of the US National bank, which he fought to get rid of during his presidency. He believed the federal government didn't have the right to have a national bank and let its charter expire. In the process of transferring the national bank money to smaller banks, he caused an economic depression.
Come back with gold or silver!
In this scene, the Native Americans are traveling along a river filled with their tears (to symbolize the Trail of Tears) as American soldiers cross a mountain and claim the land. Under the orders of Jackson, the Native Americans were forced onto reservations and out of their homeland
The Federal government is supreme!
States have the right to nullify federal law!
Our Union: It must be preserved
In this image, a dam is symbolizing the 1833 Compromise Tariff, which prevented a civil war. Andrew Jackson was planning on sending the military into South Carolina to collect tariffs during the Nullification Crisis, but, thanks to Henry Clay's compromise, this conflict was avoided and South Carolina did not secede from the Union.
The Specie Circular, an executive order that required land purchases be made in gold or silver, is portrayed in this image. Jackson tried to stop inflation by issuing this order, but it instead caused the Panic of 1837 which Martin Van Buren had to handle during his presidency
I'd like to buy some land out west
This scene is representative of the Webster-Haynes debate of 1830. These senators had differing views on the rights of states, and Andrew Jackson agreed with Webster that the states could not set aside federal laws. His vice president, John C. Calhoun, thought the only way the union would be preserved would be if state rights were respected.
In this image, Andrew Jackson is standing in front of his troops on top of a podium, since he is being recognized as a great war hero for leading the US troops to victory in the Battle of New Orleans. Many people thought of him in this positive way when he was running for president and remembered how he fought off the British.