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11R: CH 8 The Presidency of Andrew Jackson

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Tracy Beauchamp

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of 11R: CH 8 The Presidency of Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson #7 4,000 Died Trail of Tears -John Denver Indian Reservation - Paul Revere & the Raiders The Tariff of Abominations 1828 The Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia "The Supreme Court has made its decision, now let THEM enforce it". Andrew Jackson vs. the 2nd Bank of the United States To Andrew Jackson, the Second Bank of the United States epitomized two major threats:
1) it controlled the finances of the country despite being a semi-private corporation,
2) and it prevented individual states from determining fiscal policy within their own borders. Indian Removal Act 1830 Cause: Southern whites wanted Natives moved out in order to settle the land.
Arguement: Natives could never be civilized.
Jackson: led successful acquisitions against the Creek (GA & AL) and Seminoles (FL)
Worcester v. Georgia - 1832 - Nations appealed to Supreme Court - The Marshal Court ruled in favor of the Natives - Jackson replied "John Marshall has made his decision, not let him enforce it."
Result: Trail of Tears 1838 - 16,000 Cherokees and other tribes in the SW forced to march to Oklahoma - 4,000 died on the journey.
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