Andrew Jackson

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  • Webster- Hayne Debate 1829

    Webster- Hayne Debate 1829
    This seemingly innocuous suggestion laid bare some basic regional tensions. Foot represented the New England view that cheap land encouraged westward migration, which robbed the factories of a captive labor supply.
  • Maysville Road veto

    Maysville Road veto
    The Maysville Road veto occurred on May 27, 1830, when President Andrew Jackson vetoed a bill which would allow the Federal government to purchase stock in the Maysville
  • bank war

    bank war
    The Bank War refers to the political struggle that developed over the issue of rechartering the Second Bank of the United States during the Andrew Jackson administration
  • Indian Removal Act 1830

     Indian Removal Act 1830
    Approximately 4,000 Cherokees died on this forced march, which became known as the "Trail of Tears."
  • Nat Turner’s Rebellion 1831

     Nat Turner’s Rebellion 1831
    In 1831 a slave named Nat Turner led a rebellion in Southhampton County, Virginia. A religious leader and self-styled Baptist minister, Turner and a group of followers killed some sixty white men, women, and children on the night of August 21.
  • nullification crisis

    nullification crisis
    President Andrew Jackson was prepared to use troops to enforce federal laws, because South Carolina was making a threat that they would secede from the United States.
  • vetoes recharter of BUS 1832

    vetoes recharter of BUS 1832
    President Andrew Jackson vetoed a bill that would have renewed the corporate charter for the Second Bank of the United States. It was one of the most definitive acts of his presidency.
  • Tariff of 1832

    Tariff of 1832
    The Tariff of 1832 was a protectionist tariff in the United States.
  • Force Bill 1833

    Force Bill 1833
    The Revenue Collection Bill or “Force Bill” was passed by Andrew Jackson authorizing the use of Federal Powers to enforce the Compromise Tariff.
  • supported spoils system

    supported spoils system
    spoil system (also known as a patronage system) is a practice where a political party, after winning an election, gives government jobs to its voters as a reward for working toward victory,
  • laissez faire

    laissez faire
    the theory or system of government that upholds the autonomous character of the economic order, believing that government should intervene as little as possible in the direction of economic affairs.
  • Specie Circular

    Specie Circular
    U.S. history, an executive order issued by President Andrew Jackson requiring that payment for the purchase of public lands be made exclusively in gold or silver.
  • Texas Revolution

    Texas Revolution
    The independence of texas was gained. it was own by the mexican. there was a movement involving the abolishment of slaves.
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