Andrew Jackson

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The Rise of Popular Politics 1820's




Embracing American Nationalism

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Land Costs


“The American Republic invites nobody to come,” wrote Secretary of State John Quincy Adams.

“We will keep out nobody. Arrivals will suffer no disadvantages as aliens.

But they can expect no advantages either.

Native-born and foreign-born face equal opportunities.

What happens to them depends entirely on their individual ability and exertions, and on good fortune.”















Early American Industry

  • Factories

  • Transportation

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The Growth of Slavery


Eli Whitney

  • Sugar

  • Cotton


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The Missouri Compromise 1819



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American Politics 1817 - 1826



  • James Monroe

  • John Quincy Adams

  • John C. Calhoun

  • General Andrew Jackson



















The Election of 1828

John Quincy Adams


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Andrew Jackson becomes a celebrity:
The Jacksonian Presidency: 1829 - 1837
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  • Reputation
  • Champion of the common people



  • The "Corrupt Bargain"
  • Henry Clay of South Carolina
  • Adam's economic policies














New Political Campaigns after 1836


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Nullification

  • Calhoun























Native American and White American land dispute

  • Long Knife




Indian Removal Act Trail of Tears