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    • Andrew Jackson 7 th president 1829-1837 Democrat "One man with courage makes a majority."
    • Jackson wins 1828 election
      • The common man president?
      • 178E to 83 E
    • Revolution of 1828
      • A New York dairy farmer sent President Jackson an interesting gift: a 1,400-pound cheese. Jackson left it in the Entrance Hall of the White House to age for two years. In 1837 the President invited the public to come and eat it. The cheese was gone in two hours, but the stain and smell in the Entrance Hall lasted for a long while.
    • The Petticoat War-1831
      • The Peggy Eaton Affair
    • The players involved John Eaton Floride Calhoun Martin Van Buren
    • Tariff of 1832-not fair!
      • 32% is not low enough!
      Calhoun now a sectionalist in South Carolina
    • South Carolina Convention
    • Force Bill
      • Is War possible?
    • Henry Clay saves the day!
    • Bank issue-1832
      • Should we create the 3 rd national bank of the U.S.?
      • Charter ends in 1836
    • Jackson vetoes the bank!
    • King Andrew?
    • Election of 1832
    • John Marshall rules
      • Cherokee Nation vs. South Carolina
      • Worchester vs. Georgia
    • Trail of Tears
    • Texas-1836
    • Alamo
    • Travis and Bowie
    • King of the Wild Frontier!
    • Remember the Alamo!
    • Old Hickory-survived over 100 duels
    • 1767-1845