The Jacksonian Era -Morgan King-

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  • Creek Indians Removal

    Creek Indians Removal
    The Creek Indians were Against Andrew Jackson In 1812.They were then relocated in 1836.
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    Era of Goof Feelings

    Era of Good Feelings, also called Era of Good Feeling, national mood of the United States from 1815 to 1825.It began to the ending of the Napoleonic Wars, American citizens could afford to pay less attention to European political and military affairs.
  • Missouri Compromise

    Missouri Compromise
    A Compromise that Tensions began to rise between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions within the U.S. Congress and across the country.They reached a boiling point after Missouri’s 1819 request for admission to the Union as a slave state, which threatened to upset the delicate balance between slave states and free states.
  • Sectionalism

    Signs of sectionalism showed after Congress released the Tariff of 1828, the vetoing of the re-chartering of the Bank of the United States, and Jackson refusing to admit Texas as a state.
  • Election of 1824-Corrupt Bargain

    Election of 1824-Corrupt Bargain
    Henry Clay,Andrew Jackson,and John Quincy Adams all had to go to the House of Representatives.John Quincy Adams wrote a note to Clay to vote for him and he would become Secatary of State.Adams Won.
  • Erie Canal

    Erie Canal
    The Erie Canal was created by the Govener of New York.You were able to ride down boat for a good 4 mph.
  • Cherokee Capital

    Cherokee Capital
    Before Cherokees had temporary homes.In 1825, the Cherokee national legislature established a capital called New Echota at the headwaters of the Oostanaula River.
  • Chickasaw Removal

    Chickasaw Removal
    Chickasaw saw what was coming and they demanded rides.They Negotiated and got Rides to the Indian Territory,and Money upfront.
  • Tariff of Abomindations

    Tariff of Abomindations
    High Tariff was put on Imported goods.South Carolina is then angry and Threatens to succeed.Jackson then threatens to invade.
  • Cherokee Constution

    Cherokee Constution
    The Constution was written on July 4,1827.It explains how the Cherokee people have decided to govern themselves.
  • Election of 1828

    Election of 1828
    John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson ran for President.This was the first election that was "mud-slinging".Andrew Jackson won the election.
  • Peggy Eaton Affair

    Peggy Eaton Affair
    Peggy O'neale was rumored to have been having a affair with Senator Eaton.In 1828 Peggy's Husband died and She married John Eaton.Jackson removed his cabinent because the cabinent wives did not like Peggy.
  • Gold Discovered in Cherokee Land

    Gold Discovered in Cherokee Land
    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-Intercourse laws passed by Congress. The Cherokee turned to Washington for help, but President Andrew Jackson responded by withdrawing all federal troops from the area and turning a blind eye to the reports of wide-spread carnage. - See more at:
  • Indian Removal Act

    Indian Removal Act
    The Indian Removal act was when Indians were forced to get out of their Territory and Move.This Included The tribes of the south to move to the west of Mississippi.
  • Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia

    Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia
    Georgia wanted all people living in Georgia to Georgians Including the Indians.The Cherokee did not want to because they were a "domestic dependent nation".
  • Choctaw Nation Relocated

    Choctaw Nation Relocated
    Congress outlawed the Choctaw goverment.The Choctaw then was forced to walk to The New Indian Territory.
  • Nullifacation Crisis

    Calhoun had supported the Tariff of 1816, but he realized that if he were to have a political future in South Carolina, he would need to rethink his position. Calhoun argued for a less drastic solution — the doctrine of "NULLIFICATION." According to Calhoun, the federal government only existed at the will of the states. Therefore, if a state found a federal law unconstitutional and detrimental to its sovereign interests, it would have the right to "nullify" that law within its borders.
  • Spoils System

    Spoils System
    Jackson gave goverment jobs and contracts to his supporters and Political Friends.
  • Veto of National Bank

    Veto of National Bank
    The Case McClullough V. Maryland when Congress could create national bank to deposit US funds.Jackson hated the bank and vetoed.The banks then moved to state banks.
  • The Whig Party

    The Whig Party
    Established in 1834, the Whig Party was a reaction to the authoritarian policies of Andrew Jackson.Opponents who gravitated to the Whig Party included Jackson critics, states’ rights advocates, and supporters of the American System. In some respects the Whigs were the descendants of the old Federalist Party, supporting the Hamiltonian preference for strong federal action in dealing with national problems.
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    The Seminole Wars.

    The Seminoles, who were an Indian tribe in Florida, managed to resist the pressure to relocate, causing a war between white soldiers and the Seminoles, who were accompanied by black allies.
  • Election of Martin Van Buren

    Election of Martin Van Buren
    Martin Van Buren worked hard to build his friendship and political alliance with President Jackson and these efforts came to fruition in 1836 when Van Buren ran as Jackson's chosen successor.Van Buren easily won the Democratic nomination for a second term, but he and his party faced a difficult election in 1840.
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    Trail of Tears

    The Chereokee wre forced to walk to the New Indian Territory by guards.The Cherokee people called this journey the "Trail of Tears," because of its devastating effects. The migrants faced hunger, disease, and exhaustion on the forced march.