How Did Andrew Jackson Contribute To The Indian Removal Act

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March 15, 1767 is Andrew Jacksons date of birth in South Carolina. His mother and two brother were killed during the British invasion of the Carolinas which left him with hate toward Great Britain. Andrew Jackson ended up married to Rachel Robards. Jackson was elected quickly to the U.S. Senate however, he quit a year later and was elected Tennessee's judge of the superior court. Later he was picked to be the run the state militia. The War of 1812, Jackson served as a major general and ordered the U.S forces in a campaign against the Creek Indians for five months and had a massive victory. In 1818, Andrew guided an army and was chasing for the Seminole Indians into Spanish Florida. Andrew served as a senate and then a territorial governor and represented Tennessee for only two years, 1823-1825. Jackson was favored and got most of the peoples votes, however he lost in the House of Representatives during a presidential race in 1824. Andrew Jackson went against John Quincy Adams again in 1828 and beat him in the campaign which made him the 7th president of the United States of America. Jackson also beat Henry Clay with ease in 1832 …show more content…

The Indian Removal Act was a law that allowed the president to bargain with Indian tribes in the south of the United States of America for their disposal to federal territory. So it basically forced the indians to move out of their own homes. In 1832, Andrew Jackson vetoed the bill to recharter the bank of the United States of America. In 1835, they went into federal dept, Jackson worked extremely forceful and paid off the whole national debt after he was elected as president again in 1832. Also during 1835 there was assassination attempt against President Andrew Jackson outside of the United States Capitol. He was the very first president to have an assassination attempt while he was still remaining as the president. However, both of the guns misfired and Jackson

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