Andrew Jackson Timeline (Tic-Tac-Jackson Project) - 5th Period

  • Jackson's Birth

    Jackson's Birth
    Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767, in the Waxhaws. He become a young politician by 1812 when war broke out between the United States and Britain.
  • Jackson Enlists in Revolutionary Army

    Jackson Enlists in Revolutionary Army
    Andrew Jackson joined the army when he was 13 years old. His brother, Robert Jackson, was with him but later died.
  • Battle of Horseshoe Bend

    Battle of Horseshoe Bend
    The Battle of Horseshoe Bend was fought during the War of 1812 in the Mississippi Territory. He lead Americans to victory against Native Americans.
  • Battle of New Orleans

    Battle of New Orleans
    Under the command of General Andrew Jackson, American forces successfully repelled the invading British Army.
  • Election of 1824

    Election of 1824
    In the US presidential election of 1824, John Quincy Adams was elected.
    Andrew Jackson - 99 electoral votes.
    John Adams - 84 electoral votes.
  • Election of 1828

    Election of 1828
    The presidential election of 1828 was between Andrew Jackson and John Adams.
    Andrew Jackson - 178 Electoral votes.
    John Adams - 83 Electoral votes.
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    The Indian Removal Act was signed on May 26, 1830, by President Andrew Jackson. This was to relocate the Native Americans to sent out to Oklahoma and other places in the west.
  • Worcester v. Georgia

    Worcester v. Georgia
    Georgia state officials wanted to remove Cherokees from the Georgia border. Samuel Worcester got arrested because he didn't have his license. President Andrew Jackson supports the removal of the Indian territory.
  • Bank War

    Bank War
    President Andrew Jackson felt the bank was too powerful & corrupt.
    He withdrew all Federal Money from the National Bank and deposited it into 29 smaller banks.
  • Nullification Crisis

    Nullification Crisis
    The Nullification Crisis was a conflict between the state of South Carolina and the federal government in 1832. Taxes on imported and exported goods.
  • Works Cited 1

    Works Cited 1
    “Andrew Jackson: Good, Evil and the Presidency on WXXI-TV.” WXXI, www.wxxi.org/highlights/2010/05/andrew-jackson-good-evil-and-presidency-wxxi-tv. Accessed 18 Feb. 2018.

    Smithsonian American Art Museum. “Andrew Jackson.” Smithsonian American Art Museum, www.americanart.si.edu/artwork/andrew-jackson-7719. Accessed 18 Feb. 2018.

    Latson, Jennifer. “How One Phone Call Could Have Prevented a Major American Military Victory.” Time, 8 Jan. 2015, www.time.com/3652405/battle-new-orleans.
  • Works Cited 2

    Works Cited 2
    History.com Editors. “Battle of New Orleans.” HISTORY, 26 Sept. 2019, www.history.com/topics/war-of-1812/battle-of-new-orleans.

    Wikipedia contributors. “1824 United States Presidential Election.” Wikipedia, www.wikipedia.org/wiki/1824_United_States_presidential_election.

    “Trail of Tears (Famous Painting).” OnThisDay.Com, www.onthisday.com/photos/trail-of-tears. Accessed 18 Feb. 2018.