Andrew Jackson and the young country!

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    The Jacksonian Era!

  • creek removal

    creek removal
    no exact date but the year, United states forces became involed by attacking a creek party in present day sothern alabama at the battle of burnt corn. The war ended after Andrew Jackson in command of a force of combined state militias lower creek and cherokee defeated the red sticks at horseshoe bend. This led to the treaty of fort jackson (august 1814).
  • The Cumberland road

    The Cumberland road
    The cumberland road was bulit between 1815-1850, it took about 35 years to build. The cumberland road is also called the National road. It was the first federal highway to be built in the united states of america.
  • Era of good feelings

    Era of good feelings
    The era of good feelings got its name from ben russell he coined it. The Era of good feelings was when James monroe was president of the u.s.a.
  • Erie canal

    Erie canal
    The erie canal is 363 miles long and it starts in new york. It was first proposed in 1807 it was under constuction from 1817 to 1825. It offically opened on october 26th 1825, the canal was the first transportation system between the eastern seaboard and western interior.
  • The Emergence of Sectionalism

    The Emergence of Sectionalism
    Sectionalism plagued the land. Instead of looking at the nation as a whole regional separatism took hold. Southerns, westerners, and northerners began to identify themselfs regionally and not as americans.
  • Election of John Quincy Adams

    Election of John Quincy Adams
    In this election, no one recieved a majority of both the electoral vote and the popular votes. The election went to the house of representatives and Henry Clay made a deal to support Adams if he could be Secretary of State.
  • Sequoya writes the Cherokee Language

    Sequoya writes the Cherokee Language
    In 1821, sequoya completed his independent creation of a cherokee syllabary making reading and writing in cherokee possible. This was the only time in recorded history that a member of a non-literate people indendently created an effective writing system.
  • Tariff of Abomination

    Tariff of Abomination
    Northerners love tariff because foreigners buy more American manufactured goods. The southerners hated the tarrif because it hurted trade with Europe. By 1832, there were alot of tariffs so the country was about to go to civil war. But in 1832, Henry Clay made the compromise tariff which removed all the tariffs.
  • Election of Andrew Jackson

    Election of Andrew Jackson
    This was a rematch betweens Adams and Andrew Jackson yet no other major candidates. Andrew Jackson won the election with ease. But, shortly after jackson won, his wife rachel died of a heart attack due to name callers
  • Gold is discoverd in the Cherokee Nation triggering America's fisrt gold rush

    Gold is discoverd in the Cherokee Nation triggering America's fisrt gold rush
    When gold was discovered on cherokee land in georgia whites poured onto cherokee lands by the thousands ignoring treaties, burning villages and flaunting the u.s. constitution and the non-intercouse laws passed by congress. The cherokee turned to washington for help but president Andrew Jackson responed by withdrawing all federal troops from the area and turning a blind eye to the reports of wide-spead carnage.
  • Choctaw Removal

    Choctaw Removal
    The first removal began in October 1831 with 4000 choctaws being transported on foot and by wagons to mississippi then west on steamboats. Due to bad weather, the river leg was shotrtened and the choctaw were forced to walk much farther than had been planned.
  • Chickasaw Removal

    Chickasaw Removal
    The chickasaw are an indigenous people of the southeastern woodlands. The u.s. department of war forcibly removes the chickasaw from Mississippi, Kentucky, Alabama, and Tennessee to indian territory.
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    The act promised that the goverment would pay a fair amount of money to the tribes. The goverment also promised to protect them hrom any conflict they have.
  • Cherokee Nation v Georgia

    Cherokee Nation v Georgia
    The Cherokee nation beged for injuction to prevent certain acts that will abolish their land in Georgia. The laws of Georgia wanted to eliminate the Cherokee's territory which was given by the United States in treaties.
  • Sauk Removal

    Sauk Removal
    Their Removal started right after the blackhack war in 1832. As a consequense of the war, the Sauk were forced to surrender a large part of Eastern Iowa. The Sauk remained in Iowa until 1842 when they left their land for a reserve in Kansas
  • Worcester V Georgia

    Worcester V Georgia
    The supreme court held that the Cherokee were entitled legal protection from Georgia. The problem was, the supreme court only gave opinions with no power to back them up. But when it came to Jackson and Georgia, they ignored the ruling and kept expanding land in Georgia.
  • President Jackson Vetoes the 2nd National Bank of America

    President Jackson Vetoes the 2nd National Bank of America
  • Nullification Crisis

    Nullification Crisis
    This was a response to the tariff of Abomination. The south asked Calhoun to remove the tariff but as a result, threatened him with leaving the union. Jackson apposed the Nullification because the tariff hepled the economy
  • Second seminole war

    Second seminole war
    The second seminole war was also known as the florida war. It was a conflict from 1835-1842 in florida between various groups of Native Americans collectively known as seminoles and the united states.
  • Election of Martin Van Buren

    Election of Martin Van Buren
    With Andrew Jackson and other fellow democrats by his side, Martin Van Buren easily won the election.After winning the election though, he faced many problems in his term. The big problems were, the economy spiraling down, slavery problems, western expansions, and tension building up with Great Britian.These conflicts gave Buren's opponents the opputunity to criticize the way he ran the country.
  • Panic of 1837

    Panic of 1837
    Andrew Jackson made the mistake of moving federal funds to smaller states. He thought that the second bank hurt regular citizens by getting too much control over credits and oppurtunities. By 1987, after Van Buren got elected, banks were in trouble. Banks began to close, buisnesses failed, and people lost their land.
  • Trial of Tears

    Trial of Tears
    In 1830, nearly 125,000 native Americans lived in the south and by the decade, there were barely any Native Americans left.The federal goverment forced the native Americans to leave their homelands and walk thousands of miles to ''indian territory'' across the Mississippi river.