Andrew Jackson And The Indian Removal Act

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Andrew Jackson was elected to be the 7th president of the United States during 1828. Andrew got rid of the Bank of America and forced the migration of Native Americans, otherwise known as Indians. Andrew Jackson was famous for many things one being his military work, but also creating the Indian Removal Act. President Jackson had a tough life, being left with the death of his family at age 14 he had to mature at an early age. After getting a law degree in 1787 afterwards moved to Nashville and became a wealthy landowner. Jackson was also elected to be Tennessee’s first representative following after that he was elected to be Senate; resigning after only eight months. “Although he lacked military experience, Andrew Jackson was appointed a major

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