What were Andrew Jackson's Indian policies like during his presidency?

Without doubt, Jackson favored the removal of American Indians to lands west of the Mississippi River, some will contend that he was inclined to do so in an effort to preserve the Indian culture. Others contend that his support of Indian Removal was an act of predjudice. There is also the opinion that financial consideration was involved in his policy. In any case, his policy carried on beyond his term of office,