1824- John Quincy Adams and the Corrupt Bargain John Quincy Adams got lots of support from Henry Clay when no one got a majority vote Henry Clay tried to deface Andrew Jackson and in return he was given the spot as secretary of state. The position that had been the stepping stone to the presidency for the previous four executives.
1828- Tariff of Abomination The tariff of abominations protect the Industrialists and manufacturers in the north by raising the price of foreign goods so that they were significantly more than the goods from the north. it also raised the price on raw goods that were traded to countries out of the united states.
1828- Jackson 1st election In andrew jackson's first term he helped pass the indian removal act. He vetoed a bill that would have extended the life of the Second Bank of the United States. Closing the national bank helped reelect him to be president the next year.
1828- South Carolina Nullification John C. Chalaune told the states of america that if they felt that a law was unconstitutional they could nullify it. South carolina tried to nullify their protective tariff so president jackson sent ing that army to force them to pay it to avoid a civil war they made a compromise in 1833 the compromise tariff of 1833 was made.
1832- Worcester vs. Georgia The supreme court case worcester vs georgia the supreme court ruled that it was unconstitutional to require state government approval was unconstitutional. They also said that the cherokee were an independent nation and could not be moved without it being willing.
1836- Trail of Tears In 1836 the trail of tears began the native americans were forced off of their land and on a trial over 1000 miles it started during fall and when the native americans reached their new land one fourth of them died from the cold.