Andrew Jackson Timeline

  • Jackson's Birth

    Jackson's Birth
    In March 15th 1767,Andrew Jackson was born In Wax haws,Which is significant to history because he would later become the 7th U.S. President and a U.S. War Hero.
  • Battle of Horseshoe Bend

    Battle of Horseshoe Bend
    In March 27 1814, In the area of now present-day of Alabama began battle known as the battle of horseshoe bend and was fought during the war of 1812. It significant because Andrew Jackson fought in the battle and won against a small force of natives and British gaining recognition and fame allowing him leverage in the likes of political position.
  • Battle Of New Orleans

    Battle Of New Orleans
    Between December 14, 1814 and January 18, 1815, On the Chalmette Plantation happened to reside the grounds of the Battle of New Orleans.In the battle fought Andrew Jackson leading an army against 8,000 British troops both sides unknowingly haven't caught news of the signing of the Treaty of Ghent.Winning the Battle Jackson gained fame as a War Hero and was thought to be believed the general who won the war. It is significant to history because it marks Jackson's ascendance to power.
  • Election of 1824

    Election of 1824
    In October 24th, 1824, The Election of 1824 took place and In a "Corrupt Bargain" Henry Clay Favored John Quincy Adams and pushed him to be the 6th President of The U.S. and Andrew Jackson Responded in detesting the two men, and pointing out the scheme gaining some sympathy and favor however the Adams hadn't been taken out of power. This is Significant in which Jackson gained support in which he may further combat his political rivals.
  • Election of 1828

    Election of 1828
    In October 31st 1828, The Election Begun and Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams once again fought in the debates of politics mainly utilizing mudslinging to deter voters from voting their opponents. It is Significant to U.S. History In which Andrew Jackson finally won office and attained presidency.
  • Era of Common Man

    Era of Common Man
    Between 1829 and 1837, Began a new era known as the Era of Common Man otherwise known as the Jacksonian era started by the establishment of Andrew Jackson in office. During the Era Jackson expanded rights to the common people all men who didn't owned land but didn't expand Women and African/Native rights.
    It is significant because it increased votes numbers and percentage in politics and it increased the likability of President Andrew Jackson.
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    In May 18th 1830, President Andrew Jackson was authorized to grant unsettled lands west of the Mississippi river to the natives in exchange for their current lands.It is significant because it was a territorial gain for the U.S. and removed natives neighboring U.S. Creating more states and security for the people.
  • Worcester vs Georgia

    Worcester vs Georgia
    In 1832, The Court Trial of Worcester vs. Georgia was decided in which Samuel Worcester was convicted on entering native lands w/o licencing to do so. It is significant by which it established the states powers and forced those who wish to enter the lands to pay tribute and ask for permission to go.
  • Nullification Crisis

    Nullification Crisis
    Between 1832-1833, a Political Crisis arose during Jackson's Presidency which involved the Federal Government and South Carolina over a dispute about tariff costs. South Carolina stood alone in this matter adopting the hope to nullify the federal law. South Carolina winning the dispute banned the tariff and nullifying Federal Power against State, It is significant because it weakened the Federal Government Severely allowing states a little more leverage in political debates.
  • Bank War

    Bank War
    In 1833, Andrew Jackson begun a war against the bank and vetoed all renewal of the bank charter letting its' contract expire in 1836 winning the war against the bank. It is significant in which Jackson Removed the bank and caused problems for future presidents in which they had large economic problems having no national bank to hold money and no order over state banks that Jackson had previously established.
  • Trail Of Tears

    In 1838-1839, The Cherokee were forced to give up lands east of the Mississippi river due to the Indian Removal act and has to migrate to present-day Oklahoma.It is significant because the Cherokee suffered because of this trip and therefore named it the Trail of Tears and nearly a fourth of the Cherokee populace died during the trek and the rest were merely forgotten in history.
  • Trail of Tears

    Trail of Tears
    Between 1838-1839, Cherokee were forced to move west of the missippi river and so they dead having a 1/4 of their population dying and the majority of them being forgotten in history. It's significance is the gain in territory and elimination of Cherokee threat,