While debating the removal of the Indians, Congress discussed the expulsion of all of the free tribes from all of Eastern part of the country. This argument was not a new one but was set in terms of the principles and experience of a country with a revolutionary heritage that those
Finally, these were only some of the things that Andrew Jackson did that made Jackson look like a president. Andrew did many things that was not in his power. First, Andrew Jackson did unauthorized military campaign when it came to the Indian Removal Act. Which then, John C.
Britanny Airam Fernanda Bernal Abuse of Power: Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act of 1830 Most of the people think that Andrew Jackson was a humble person because of his descent, but actually he was one of the most horrible and most cruel presidents of the United States. Andres Jackson was born in Waxhaw, North Carolina and his family was really poor. He made multiple acts during his path to the presidency. He was a man very popular among the people, a man of character and a liar. Andrew
Purchase. Settlers were sent to expand west, but the land the settlers were sent to explore was occupied by Native Americans. Jackson created the Indian Removal Act to get them off the land, leading to the Trail of Tears where Native Americans were forced off their land and taken to Oklahoma. The multiple perspectives of the sources concerning the Indian Removal Act and Trail of Tears help shape the reader’s view of these events by explaining what happened, the causes of it, and the perspectives of the