In 1824 there was an election between Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams. Andrew should have won the election but he didn't get the majority he only got a plurality. Due to a corruption in the House of Representatives, John Quincy Adams won the election.
1828-South Carolina Nullification
In 1828 a tariff was passed which made any foreign goods have a higher tax than local ones. The people in the South didn't like this because they relied on goods from Europe. So, John C. Calhoun said that the South didn't need to follow this tariff because it was unconstitutional.
1830-Worcester vs. Georgia
When Andrew Jackson was president he invited many people to his inaugural speech. He invited many of the common people to it. He didn't believe in the rich having the power and privileges. He also removed the second bank and gave the money to pet banks.
1836-Trail of Tears
When the tariff of Abomination was passed, the South didn't like it because they needed Europe to thrive. One state even threatened to secede. South Carolina was almost going to secede but Henry Clay proposed a compromise of lowering tariffs over the next 10 years.
Worcester was a white man living with native americans in Georgia. The state said that he couldn't do that so a hearing was held. The court ruled in favor of Worcester but president Jackson vetoed the ruling and he was sent to hail for 4 years.
In 1836 the Indian Removal Act began and the Indians in the South-East states had the move to a designated spot in Oklahoma. They were herded like cattle along the "Trail of Tears." Over 16,000 Indians were moved and 4,000 died.