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Essential Question What were the important events of Andrew Jackson’s presidency?
Election of 1824 Four candidates All Republicans “Favored sons” – support from home states
1824 Election John Quincy Adams (MA) William Crawford (GA) Henry Clay (KY) Andrew Jackson (TN)
Election of 1824 Jackson won the popular vote No majority in electoral college
Election of 1824 Vote goes to House of Representatives Top 3 Speaker of the House Clay threw his vote to John Quincy Adams
The Corrupt Bargain Adams named Clay Secretary of State
Election of 1828 John Quincy Adams Andrew Jackson
Election of 1828 Victory for Andrew Jackson “Old Hickory” First president from west of the Appalachians
Jackson’s Popularity Viewed as the “People’s President”
Expansion of Voting Rights More men had the right to vote Elimination of property ownership as a qualification for voting
Spoils System Giving people government jobs based on party loyalty and support More ordinary citizens in government
Laissez Faire Economics Government should not regulate businesses Against tariffs and the national bank
Native Americans Goal to move all Indians to the Great Plains 1830 – Indian Removal Act
Indian Removal Act
Cherokee Georgia Hired lawyers, case went to the Supreme Court
Worcester v. Georgia Chief Justice John Marshall ordered the state to honor Cherokee property rights Jackson refused
Trail of Tears Army marched Cherokee to Oklahoma Over 4000 died
Trail of Tears Trail of Tears
National Bank Jackson opposed the Second Bank of the United States Vetoed Congress legislation to support it
Whigs New political party Opposed Jackson and his policies Larger federal government, more development of industry
Martin Van Buren Won the 1836 election Panic of 1837 hit – financial crisis
Election of 1840 Whig – William Henry Harrison (midwest), John Tyler (southerner) Democrat – Van Buren
Election of 1840 “Tippecanoe and Tyler too” Victory for Harrison and Tyler
Change in Presidency Inauguration address – March 4, 1841 Harrison caught pneumonia, died Tyler became president
ADAMS, JACKSON, AND VAN BUREN. THE ELECTION OF 1824.
US HISTORY Chapter 12 - The Jackson Era
HAPPY MONDAY! 1. What was the overall message of the Monroe Doctrine?
Adams, Jackson, Van Buren, and Harrison. ELECTION OF 1824 Only one political party—the Jeffersonian- Republicans. Candidates: William Crawford Andrew.
ANDREW JACKSON Move over, Cherokees! Oh, and, hey, Supreme Court, I do what I want!
The Age of Jackson – Ch. 12 Story Notes Obj.: explain events and issues of Andrew Jackson’s presidency.
Jackson Era. Sec. 1 Jacksonian Democracy only political party Jeffersonian Repub. Election 1824 John Quincy Adams elected Corrupt bargain.
Jacksonian Era: The Age of the Common Man.
Constitutional Disputes in the Age of Jackson tears/videos#jacksons-personality-and-legacy
Good Economic Times, Government Will Try and Take Some of the Credit… Bad Economic Times, Government Will Get the Blame!
The Age of Jackson Chapter 7 Section 3. Election of 1824 John Quincy Adams vs. Andrew Jackson (Old Hickory) Jackson wins popular vote, but neither gets.
Indian Politics, Rise of the Whig Party American History Ch 6 Sec 1.
Chapter 8 Section 4 National citizenship- growing importance James Monroe- president.
“King” Andrew Autocratic Democracy Do you remember Greece and tyrants from 9th grade? Autocratic Democracy Do you remember Greece and tyrants from 9th.
The Age of Jackson. Essential Question How did political beliefs and events shape Andrew Jackson’s presidency?
Jackson Years. Election of 1824 Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams run for Presidency Jackson received the most popular votes, but not a.
Don’t Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!
John Quincy Adams (son of John Adams) ran against Andrew Jackson (now called Democrat not Democratic-Republican). Jackson won the popular vote but lacked.
IF YOU MISSED THIS CLASS, YOU NEED TO: 1) DO THE DQ FOR THE DAY. WRITE THE DAILY QUOTE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION FOR THE DAY. WRITE THE SONGS 2) COPY THE.
Election of no winner of electoral college -John Q. Adams chosen over Jackson as President -Called corrupt bargain b/c Jackson had most popular.
Election of no winner of electoral college -John Q. Adams chosen over Jackson as President -Called corrupt bargain because Jackson had most votes.
Analyze the following image. Include as many specific examples as possible. What is the artist’s opinion of Andrew Jackson?
Growing Sectionalism CHAPTER 3, SECTION 3. Increasing Sectionalism While there was an increased nationalism after the War of 1812, the ‘Era of Good.
Jacksonian Democracy Chapter 12. Lewis & Clark When did Lewis & Clark explore Louisiana the LA Territory? What did the explorations prove? Americans began.
Reading Quiz Ch. 3.2 p In 1830 Congress, with the support of __________, & passed the Indian Removal Act. 2. The Supreme Court ruled in _______________that.
Chapter 7 Section 3. Chapter 7, Section 3 Quiz 1.Why was the election of John Quincy Adams in 1824 controversial? 2.What political party was formed by.
The Jackson Era First, a JQA flyby John Quincy Adams ( ) “The Corrupt Bargain” Henry Clay Adams lost to Jackson after one term.
The Jackson Era Chapter 11 Review. Who were the four candidates who ran for President in 1824? Where were they from? John Quincy Adams, New England Henry.
THE AGE OF JACKSON: SECTION 2 During a time of growing Sectionalism, Andrew Jackson’s election in 1828, ushered in a new era of popular democracy.
CHAPTER 3: SPIRIT OF REFORM Section 4: Jacksonian America.
JUST DO IT: TAKE OUT YOUR SOL WRAP UP PACKET!. THE AGE OF JACKSON Session 4: The Age of Jackson.
With your topic create a poster. Include 1. A brief description of the topic 2. Come up with a slogan that represents your topic. (You may not use a historical.
Democracy, Nationalism, and Sectionalism Andrew Jackson.
Ch 12 The Age of Jackson. During his presidency, Andrew Jackson makes political and economic decisions that strongly affect the nation.
How did Andrew Jackson’s election break with the politics of the past? What are the major domestic and political issues of the Jackson Era?
Matching 1 – 5 A Andrew Jackson’s opponent in 1828 Mistrusted strong central government Wanted strong central government Ruins a reputation
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Chapter 13 Section 1 Technology and Industrial Growth Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 4 Democracy.
JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY. Mass production Eli Whitney Interchangeable parts Cotton Gin - removed seeds from cotton -Strengthened the institution of.
EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE CIVIL WAR. Regional issues create differences- Sectionalism NORTH – URBAN –increase in city population (immigrants moved to.
The Age of Jackson The rise of the common man. What was the Age of the common man? Time Period: Also referred to as the “ Age of Jackson ”
Jackson as President. The Spoils System The Democrats transformed party structure. Everyone in the party, no matter their political level, had to obey.
Andrew Jackson Election of 1824 Background New political era in the 1800s with westward expansion > SECTIONALISM Democratic-Republican Party.
Essential Question: Champion of the “ Common Man ” ? “ King ” Andrew? OR.
President Andrew Jackson How did he change the presidency and help cause the Civil War?
The Rise of Mass Democracy Chapter 13. The Election of 1824 Last of the “old style” elections “corrupt bargain” of 1824 All candidates.
? December ?, 2013 Turn in 7.4 reading/writing Answer the following in your notes: 7.4 Democracy & the Age of Jackson –What happened in the Election of.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Jackson Era 1.
Part A. Election of 1824 John Quincy Adams (MA) Henry Clay (KY) William H. Crawford (GA) Andrew Jackson (TN)
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