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a specie circulation requiring all public lands be par in $$silver$$ and $$$gold$$$
Washington and Jackson did a lot of land speculation. Maybe Jefferson and others as well.
President Jackson issued the Specie Circular of 1836
Jackson thought that he created reservations for Indians that it would solve the issue of the white people stealing their land. The land was basically stolen from the Indians and they got little in return.
Yes, very much. The bank heavily favored lenders from the NE establishment and tended to slight western farmers and land speculators who wanted loans. Later, after Jackson became President, the bank essential became an arm of anti-Jackson people. Since the Jackson supporters were mostly western and frontiersmen, this was also a sectional issue.
because he was a prick
The bill was to re-charter the Bank of the US. The president of the bank was a long-time Jackson enemy and he pressured Congress to time the bill in order to make it a campaign issue. Jackson had long opposed the bank because it had become a political arm of the Eastern establishment of which Jackson was not a member. He believed that a national bank was unconstitutional. Jackson did more than veto the rechartering bill. After the bill failed, he did not wait for the charter to expire, but ordered federal funds to be withdrawn from the bank and placed in western state banks . This dried up capital in the East and made credit easy on the west, causing a unhealthy financial bubble in land speculation.
president Jackson was the 7th president and he was supposedly for the Indians but he actually slaughtered them and forced them off their land which led to the trail of tears....
Andrew Jackson is farmhouse because he was the 7th President of the United States! Plus he was the first president to start a programme to get ride of the native Americans on the land
He believed it was inevitable that they would lose their land.
Jackson & nixon
the southerners wanted the native Americans out so they can expand their land, Andrew Jackson approved.
President Jackson was elected the 3rd president. Thomas Jefferson was not just a president but an inventor as well. The first thing Jefferson did was lowered the taxes and reduced the size of the army. He bought the French's land of Louisiana so the french had money to fight great Britian. This land that Thomas Jefferson bought is called the Louisiana Purchase. The US started by adding 530 acres.
President A. Jackson wanted the Cherokee removed west from the prime land that they had held and farmed, for generations to make room for the white settlers. You can find more about this subject in any encyclopedia or book on Andrew Jackson.
settlers in the south who wanted land for cotton farming
John Lauren Harr has written: 'Land speculation as a theme in Southern history' -- subject(s): History, Land speculation, Real estate investment
The risky buying and selling of land. It is sort of a form of gambling and started back in the 1830's.
President Jackson opposed the Supreme Court's ruling in Cherokee Nation v. Georgia because he felt that the gold being found on the Cherokee land was more important than them occupying the land. He wanted them removed because their land was very valuable.
He believed is was inevitable that they would lose their land