Andrew Jackson by Jacob Walton

Andrew Jackson by Jacob Walton
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  •   Andrew "old hickory" jackson
  • About Jackson
  • A Quote  
  • Our federal union... it must be preserved
  • Andrew "Old  Hickory" jackson was the seventh u.s president, and the first u.s president to be in the democratic party. he ran for president in 1929, and again in 1933, winning both times, first against john adams, and a second time against henry clay. 1stjackson-178 adams-83 2nd jackson-219 clay-49
  • The Indian Removal Act
  • Jackson studied law in North Carolina He also was a U.S Army general, a lawyer, and a justice on the Kentucky supreme court
  • The War Of The American Bank
  • The Battle of The Alamo happened
  • "Our Federal Union; It Must Be Preserved." By the time of this quote,  the American Bank War had begun (more on that later)  Jackson had said this   after  the bank threatened to throw Jackson out, and replace him with Henry Clay, he said this, and meant that we need to stick together as a nation.
  • Interesting Facts
  • The Indian removal act is pretty self-explanitory, Andrew Jackson decided that he wanted all the Native Americans in certain areas, where they can be easily monitored, this act started the trail of tears.
  • The battle of the Alamo was during the Texas revoloution, when many Mexican troops came over to Texas, and destroyed the Alamo project
  • Jackson was the first president on whom an assasination attempt was preformed. Jackson took part in 13-700 duels. Jackson was the only president to see a debt-free Unites States Jackson's nickname was derived from the fact that he beat people senseless with his hickory cane.
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