Andrew Jackson (period 5 group 4)

  • Andrew Jacksons birth

    Andrew Jacksons birth
    Andrew Jackson was born in South Carolina. He received no formal education.
  • Jackson Enlists in Reveloutionary Army

    Jackson Enlists in Reveloutionary Army
    Andrew Jackson enlisted in the army with his brother Robert Jackson at age 13.
  • Battle of Horseshoe Bend

    Battle of Horseshoe Bend
    March 27, 1814 was when the Battle of Horseshoe Bend were it took place under General Andrew Jackson near Daviston, Alabama. The American troops defeated a smaller force of Upper Creek or Red Stick native American Warriors. This was considered part of the war of 1812, and was the final battle of the Creek War.
  • Battle of New Orleans

    Battle of New Orleans
    The Battle of New Orleans was a batlle of The war of 1812 that never had to happen, but was a American victory.Several weeks after the signing of the treaty of Ghent on January 8, 1815, American forces under General Andrew Jackson defeated british forces. Neither trops got the news that The War of 1812 had ended before the battle began.The British had more than 700 dead and d1,400 injured while America had only 8 dead and 13 people wounded.
  • Election of 1824

    Election of 1824
    The Election of 1824 was won by John Quincy Adams. Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, William Harris Crawford, and John Quincy Adams were all in the running to become President.
  • Nulification Crisis

    Nulification Crisis
    The Nulification Crisis was a struggle between President Andrew Jackson and the states about protective tarrifs that the states didnt want to pay, and the states claimed to nulify. Which would mean that the states wouldnt have to pay the tarrifs.Which would have basically meant that the States would have had authority over the Federal Goverment. The states that were invloved eventually withdrew their objection to the tarrif, mostly because of another comprimise bill introduced by Henrey Clay.
  • Election of 1828

    Election of 1828
    Andrew Jackson was officially Presdient on March 4, 1829. He won the election against john Quincy Adams.
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    The Indian Removal Act was a act that the federal law permitted the President (Andrew Jackson) to give public lands in the weswt to indians ressiding in eastern states, in exchange for their removal west of the Mississippi Rive. To move them to different lands it was verly long days and walks. The Indians were treated very badly most of the time at gunpoint.The inidians were usually mothers and their children and it was not rare for people to die. And some people would also starve.
  • Worcester Vs. Ga

    Worcester Vs. Ga
    Worcester Vs.Ga was a case that maintained that indians had the right and wouldnt be going against the law to stay in Georgia.
  • Bank War

    Bank War
    President Andrew Jackson did like the bank of America because he thought it had to much power so when he was presdient and the national bank vetoed its charter for renewal.
  • Andrew Jackson's Death

    Andrew Jackson's Death
    After Andrew Jackson had lived a long wonderful life Andrew Jackson sadly died June 8, 1845