The Age of Andrew Jackson


Andrew Jackson




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Gates' Notes

Homework:

Primary Sources

 

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1824 - Henry Clay on the Election of 1824.

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1825 - Broadside - "Jackson Blasphemy - Hymn to the Immortal and Divine Jackson."

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1828 - Broadside - "Murder will Out." I charged General Andrew Jackson...

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1829 - Andrew Jackson - First Inaugural Address.

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1829 - Andrew Jackson - First State of the Union Address.

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1828 - Jackson Announces his Policy of Rotation in Office.

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1829 - Nicholas Biddle - Letter to Josiah Nichol, Esq.

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1828 - Painting by John Quidor - The Return of Rip Van Winkle.

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1829 - Newspaper Accounts of the Inauguration of Andrew Jackson.

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1830 - Indian Removal Act of 1830.

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1830 - Andrew Jackson - Report to Congress on Indian Removal.

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1830 - Andrew Jackson - Veto of the Mayesville Road Bill.

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1830 - Nicholas Biddle Letter to Samuel Smith

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1830 - Hayne-Webster Debate

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1830 - Daniel Webster - "Liberty and Union, Now and Forever, One and Inseparable."

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1830 - Daniel Webster - Second Reply to Hayne.

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1830 - Cherokee Indian Removal Debate

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1831 - The New Englander Magazine:  The Perilous Condition of the Republic.

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1831 - Alex de Tocqueville - Democracy in America (Full Text)

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1831 - Letter of Henry Clay to Nicholas Biddle Suggesting he not seek re-charter of the Bank of the U.S.

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1831 - Treasury Report Praising the Bank of the U.S.

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1831 - Jackson's Veto of the Bank Bill.

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1831 - Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia.

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1832 - Henry Clay on Jackson's Veto of the Bank Bill.

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1832 - Henry Clay on Slavery - "I zealously supported the Emancipation Ticket.

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1832 - Cartoon - Jackson Slays the "Monster Bank."

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1832 - Cartoon - "The Downfall of Mother Bank."

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1832 - Letter, Nicholas Biddle to Henry Clay on the Bank Veto.

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1832 - Cartoon - "King Andrew the First."

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1832 - Worcester vs. Georgia.

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1832 - Broadside - Jackson and the Nullfiers

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1832-36 - Cartoon - "On the Way to Araby" - Pennsylvania Charter.

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            Whig Cartoon - Jackson as Napoleon

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1832 - South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification.

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1832 - Andrew Jackson's Reply to South Carolina's Ordinance of Nullification.

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1833 - Message to the Senate and House regarding the South Carolina Nullification Ordinance.

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1833 - Message to the Senate regarding the South Carolina Nullification Ordinance.

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1833 - The Force Bill.

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1834 - Davy Crockett on Andrew Jackson - "My Great Dread is Civil War."

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1834 - Daniel Webster: "Statesmen, Their Rareness and Importance."

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1835 - Broadside - Anti-masonic Address to the Anti-masonic voters.

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1836 - "Our Hearts are Sickened."  Letter of Chief John Ross of the Cherokee.

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1836 - Andrew Jackson: "A Political Testament

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1837 - Martin Van Buren: Inaugural Address.

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1837 - John Quincy Adams: "Mounting Sectional Antagonisms."

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1837-- Calhoun Speech to Senate:  "Slavery, A Positive Good."

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1837 - Editorial: "The Blessings of Slavery."

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1838 - Abraham Lincoln: Lyceum Address.

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1840 - Advertisement:  The Log Cabin Campaign.

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1840 - Cartoon:  "Stop that Barrel"

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1840 - Horace Greeley: "The Tippecanoe and Tyler Too Campaign."

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1841 - William Henry Harrison: Inaugural Address.

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1840:  The United States Democratic Review:  Mr. Van Buren's Title to Re-election

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Photograph - Andrew Jackson as President

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Portrait - Nicholas Biddle - President of the Bank of the U.S.

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***Bank of the United States Note - One Thousand Dollars.

 

Web Links

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MAP -- Removal of the American Indians

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MAP -- The Trail of Tears

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Andrew Jackson - POTUS Site.

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Essay: Andrew Jackson and the Bank War.

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Essay:  The American Whig Party.

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Essay:  The Destruction of the Second Bank of the United States - Rationale and Effects.

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Lecture Notes:  Jacksonian Democracy/America's Indians

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Chronology on the History of Slavery and Racism - 1830 - End.

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William Henry Harrison - POTUS Site.