Andrew Jackson

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Questions about Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States.
He was a democratic party representative...LOL gave more people power
Andrew Jackson was loyal, intelligent an outgoing
He was the the 7th President of the United States.
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Jackson strongly opposed paper money and the national bank
did Andrew Jackson have any children ? Birth Date: March 15, 1767 Death Date: June 18, 1845 Party: Democrat Birthplace: Log Cabin in North or South Carolina Father: Andrew Jackson Mother: Elizabeth Hutchinson Nickname: Old Hickory Reason for Nickname: Hickory trees are strong and...
The Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 28, 1830. [1][2] President Andrew Jackson called for an Indian Removal Act in his 1829 speech on the issue. The Removal Act was strongly supported in the South, where states were eager to gain access to lands...
If you are speaking of Andrew Jackson the president you are a couple hundred years to late to write him a letter. He is dead.
yes, she married yours truely.
Andrew Jackson never attended college. He got his law license bystudying with a lawyer and then passing the bar exam.
Although he was a good general, he was not very experienced atbeing president. He once quoted him self: "I would rather be rightthen be president". He defied the Supreme Court order by publishingthe Indian Removal Act. This act pushed them out of theiroriginally settling places and back even more....
a patriot, a self-made man, and a war hero
It was what it sounds like- a bill to re-charter a bank - in this case, the Second Bank of the United States. "re-charter" meant to renew the charter that allowed the bank to operate,
No he never did at ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ending the war in the West by besieging Vicksburg Simplifying the war strategy to concentrate on beating Lee and Johnston Allowing Sherman to cross Georgia, in defiance of this strategy Promoting Sheridan and sending him to the Shenandoah Continuing the campaign of attrition against Lee until...
In 1813, Jackson sent home an Indian child found onbattlefield with his dead mother . This boy, Lyncoya,(c1811-1828) may have originally been intended as kind of a pet andcompanion for Andrew Junior, but Jackson soon took a stronginterest in him. He was educated with Andrew Junior and Jackson...
He had four with his first wife Jean child's
No. President Jackson ignored John Marshall's personal opinion about the federal government owing protection to the Cherokee, but that wasn't part of the official ruling in Worcester because the United States was not a party to the case. Courts only have authority to issue legally binding...
Some highlights of the Jackson administration: . New tariff Bill replacing the "tariff of abomination"(1832) . Proclamation denouncing the doctrine of nullification andwarning South Carolina to obey federal tariff law. . Tariff of 1833 . veto of Maysville Road appropriation bill (1830) . veto of...
Characteristics: - big believer in : limited government (only the things written directly in the Constitution should be followed), democracy, self-sufficiency, distrusted Native Americans, slavery, the federal union (union of the states from the scope of the Constitution) (because he believed...
I know that he served in the Massachusetts Senate and then the U.S. Senate, before serving as James Monroe's Secretary of State. Hope this helps !!
In 1830, the Indian Removal Act was Signed by Andrew Jackson
Andrew(senior, I think) Jackson and Elizabeth Hutchinson JAckson. THey were Scotch-Irish immigrants, and his father died five days before he was born.
Indian Removal, the Democratic party, and "Manifest Destiny ^^APEX^^
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he lived and he became president but his hand was cut off
Because Andrew Jackson wanted more land. He used the Indian Removal Act to kick the Indians off their land. Andrew Jackson made a lot of treaties to the Indians
because of the Adams-Onis Treaty and the fact that it would break rules stated in the treaty
Andrew Jackson lived on a small frontiers land in South Carolina until he was 13, joined the militia, and was captured by the British.
They met at her mother's farm near Nashville, TN where he rented a cabin and took his meals.
I have never heard of such and I would be very surprised if he did. He married when he was 24 and was very much in love with his wife.
Jackson didn't really make that statement, but wrote something similar in a letter to a friend. He meant Chief Justice Marshall's opinion didn't matter because the Supreme Court has no authority to enforce its decisions, and Jackson had no intention of intervening. More Information According...
the 2o dollar bill
Andrew Jackson's parents were Andrew and Elizaben. His older brothers names were Robert and Hugh.
President Andrew Jackson viewed the National Bank as a curse to theRepublic. Jackson believed that a central bank held too much powerin controlling the country's money and he felt that it wasunconstitutional.
no he had 2 brothers that were older than him
President: Andrew Jackson (1767 - 1845) Term: March 4, 1829 - March 4, 1837 Political Party: Democratic-Republican, Democratic Vice-President: John C. Calhoun (1829-1832), None (1832-1833), Martin Van Buren (1833-1837) Major Domestic Policy: Jackson ran for office in 1828,...
Andrew Jackson had a total of three nicknames in his lifetime. Hisnicknames were Old Hickory, King Mob, and The Hero of New Orleans.
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Andrew Jackson wanted all of his friends and supporters to be ingovernment positions. To this end, he removed over 900 people andplaced his supporters. He also established the Democratic party.
Lyncoya was a Creek Indian infant whose mother had been killed in the attack on Tallaseehatchee, located in what is now Calhoun County, Alabama, The few women not killed during the battle refused to take another woman's child. The baby was taken back to Fort Strother and Andrew Jackson was the only...
For the Spanish the raid had demonstrated the military strength of the United States.
yes does become in 1824. he is mean a 'man's man'
Andrew Jackson is famous for being the 7th president of the UnitedStates. Jackson was president from 1829 to 1937.
Before Jackson there was a National Bank located in Philadelphia. This bank was like a private bank of today, except that all federal funds were deposited in it, The bank sold shares of stock,which let rich investors share in its profits. It made loans to individuals,and could chose which people...
Andrew Jackson ran on the newly created Democratic ticket.
There were problems after the inauguration when many of his supporters converged in the White House. Jackson must have invited some of them and welcomed them to a point, but they came in such large numbers that they forced their way in and became a problem when the food and drink ran out. They came...
Rachel Donelson Robards Jackson , born Rachel Donelson (June 15, 1767 - December 22, 1828) was wife of the 7 th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. They met in 1790 at her mother's house near Nashville, where Jackson was a boarder. Andrew Jackson married Rachel Donelson-Robards in...
Andrew Jackson had ponies, horses, and a parrot named Pol as a pet.
"King" - he had a policy of very strong central government. Calling him a king was a way of saying that he had too much as president. Actually, he believed in states' powers and not the central, or federal, government....
They were War Hawks, or advocators of war against Britain; people who encouraged the War of 1812. Also it's actually Henry Clay and John Calhoun.
Andrew Jackson was up for election as President of the United States in 1824, however, he lost out in the vote to John Quincy Adams, who, on March 4 of the following year, became the sixth President of the United States. Jackson had to wait until 1829 before he became President.
He believed they could either move further west or they could become US. citizens
Andrew Jackson may have been our seventh president, but he was first in many ways. He was the first populist president who did not come from the aristocracy, he was the first to have his vice-president resign and he was the first to marry a divorcee. This was something John Adam spoke about during...
George Washington, 1789-1797 . John Adams, 1797-1801 . Thomas Jefferson, 1801-1809 . James Madison, 1809-1817 . James Monroe, 1817-1825 . John Quincy Adams, 1825-1829 . Andrew Jackson, 1829-1837 . Martin Van Buren, 1837-1841 . William Henry Harrison, 1841 . John Tyler, 1841-1845 . James Knox Polk,...
The Cherokee had one the supreme court but Andrew Jackson had ignored the victory of the cherokee and still removed them from their sacred lands for his use.
He recruited regular soldiers, militia, Indians (Native Americans), black troops, and Jean Lafitte's pirates.
what was Andrew Jackson kitchen cabinet like
Of course, he had a rough-tumble life. He loved to fight and wrestle with his frends. He proteced the ones he loved. He beat someone up becasue he tried to kill him while walking through a building and he was just a senitive child.
he ate food and did nothing
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).
He was from Woodland , Alabama
The Trail of tears, South Carolina threatned to succedd from the Union,
Here are some good Andrew Jackson quotes that have stood the testof time, and are considered historic. "All the rights secured to the citizens under the Constitution areworth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by anindependent and virtuous Judiciary." "One man with courage makes...
No he was only 9 years old at the time.
The Jacksons had three children, all adopted. Andrew Jackson Jr was born to Andrew Jackson's brother Severn and Severn Jackson's wife, Elizabeth Rucker Donelson, but his twin brother, Thomas Jefferson Donelson, remained with his natural parents. On the frontier battlefield, Andrew Jackson found a...
Andrew Jackson did not go to college. be basically didn't have any formal education.
i dont know how he affected the world i wrote the question
She died January 15, 1876 in Greenville, Tennessee at age 65.
Andrew Jackson is on the 20 dollar bill
Andrew Jackson the seventh president of US