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Andrew Jackson's Presidency & the Removal of the Indians (4.55, 8.55, 4.56)

Andrew Jackson's Presidency & the Removal of the Indians (4.55, 8.55, 4.56)
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This PPT contains good information, embedded videos, and 10 quiz questions at the end that encompasses these standards.

4.55 Describe the major events in Jackson's presidency, including the corrupt bargain, the Indian Removal Act, reducing the national debt, preserving the union, and abolishing the national bank.
4.56 Analyze the impact of the Indian Removal Act on the Cherokee, detail their resistance to being removed, and map the movement west, including: Treaty of New Echota, John Ross, Trail of Tears.
8.55 Explain the events and impact of the presidency of Andrew Jackson, including the "corrupt bargain," the advent of Jacksonian Democracy, his use of the spoils system and the veto, his battle with the Bank of the United States, the Nullification Crisis and the Indian removal.
Total Pages
33 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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