HIS 2201 Lecture 11: Jacksonian America
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HIS-2201
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Lynne Marie Getz

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Jacksonian America
Egalitarian- equality, more in the North than the South
I. The Age of Jackson
a. Nationalism and Democracy
b. Indian Removal
II. Nullification Crisis
a. Tariff issue
b. John C. Calhoun’ s Defense of Southern Rights
III. The Expansion of Slavery
a. Missouri Compromise of 1820
b. Texas Rebellion of 1836
c. The Mexican-American War
d. The Compromise of 1850
Andrew Jackson- the common man, born to a poor Irish immigrant family, became plantation owner,
won the Battle of New Orleans (although the war was technically over), elected president in 1828
Spoils System- patronage, giving jobs to people who helped the campaign
Indian Removal- Blackhawk War- Fox and Souck Indians to Kansas territory
Cherokee went through court system to fight
All tribes had a Trail of Tears
5 civilized territories sent to Indian Territory (Oklahoma) to create a buffer with Mexico
1828- gold discovered in Georgia on Cherokee land
Worcester vs Georgia- 1832, Chief Justice John Marshall declares them domestic, independent
nations, Georgia must recognize the treaty, Jackson wouldn’t enforce the law and allows GA to
hold land lottery
1838- remaining Cherokees rounded up and marched to Oklahoma, ¼ died, Trail of Tears,
arrived to no home
Civilized tribes fare better, become prominent tribes
Jackson rationalizes it by saying they were in the way of progress
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Jacksonian America Egalitarian- equality, more in the North than the South I. The Age of Jackson a. Nationalism and Democracy b. Indian Removal II. Nullification Crisis a. Tariff issue b. John C. Calhoun s Defense of Southern Rights III. The Expansion of Slavery a. Missouri Compromise of 1820 b. Texas Rebellion of 1836 c. The Mexican-American War d. The Compromise of 1850 Andrew Jackson- the common man, born to a poor Irish immigrant family, became plantation owner, won the Battle of New Orleans (although the war was technically over), elected president in 1828 Spoils System- patronage, giving jobs to people who helped the campaign Indian Removal-
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