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1 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 NOTES INTO YOUR NOTEBOOK 4)DO THE JACKSON CARTOON ASSIGNMENT 15. THE AGE OF JACKSON 2 ON THE BOARD: 1.DQ 2 2.ANDREW JACKSON NOTES 3.ANDREW JACKSON CARTOONS

2 “One man with courage makes a majority..” -Andrew Jackson SONG FOR THE DAY: INDIAN RESERVATION (CHEROKEE PEOPLE) Daily Comment & Card “CORRUPT BARGAIN” -Candidates for President (1824) were Henry Clay, John Q Adams, Andrew Jackson, and William Crawford. -Jackson won popular vote but did not win majority of electoral vote, election goes to House of Representatives -Clay (speaker of house) threw his support to Adams who won -Adams named Clay his Secretary of State -Jackson calls it a “Corrupt Bargain” 1824 “Tariff of Abominations” -Tariff with higher import duties for goods bought by Southerners -Calhoun protests and suggests that federal law harmful to state could be declared void by state -South Carolina threatens to secede -Jackson threatens to send in the military 1828

3 “One man with courage makes a majority..” -Andrew Jackson SONG FOR THE DAY: INDIAN RESERVATION (CHEROKEE PEOPLE) Daily Comment & Card “CORRUPT BARGAIN” -Candidates for President (1824) were Henry Clay, John Q Adams, Andrew Jackson, and William Crawford. -Jackson won popular vote but did not win majority of electoral vote, election goes to House of Representatives -Clay (speaker of house) threw his support to Adams who won -Adams named Clay his Secretary of State -Jackson calls it a “Corrupt Bargain” 1824

4 “One man with courage makes a majority..” -Andrew Jackson SONG FOR THE DAY: COMMON MAN Daily Comment & Card “Tariff of Abominations” -Tariff with higher import duties for goods bought by Southerners -Calhoun protests and suggests that federal law harmful to state could be declared void by state -South Carolina threatens to secede -Jackson threatens to send in the military 1828

5 A.SECTIONALISM B.ELECTION OF 1824 C.ELECTION OF 1828 D.KING ANDREW I E.END OF ERA F.VAN BUREN G.1840 ELECTION

6 3 SECTIONS DEVELOPED: NORTH (MANUFACTURING) SOUTH (SLAVERY, AGRICULTURE) WEST (INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, NATIVES) MAJOR ISSUES: TAXES, BANKING, LAND AND SLAVERY 1/13

7 -new leaders No majority in electoral college, goes to house of representatives Henry Clay swings vote to Adams…Clay named as Secretary of State… JACKSON CLAIMS: “CORRUPT BARGAIN!” JOHN CALHOUN (37) ANDREW JACKSON (99) JOHN CRAWFORD (41) JOHN Q. ADAMS (84) HENRY CLAY (W) 2/13

8 JACKSON: BLOODTHIRSTY MILITARY TYRANT GAMBLER, DRUNKARD,STUPID, VIOLENT, PROSTITUTE MOTHER ADAMS: MACK DADDY PIMP FOR CZAR CORRUPT CAREER POLITICIAN GAMBLING DEVICES IN WHITE HOUSE WIFE’S PARENTS NOT MARRIED WORST SAVED FOR RACHEL JACKSON: BIGAMY ADULTERY 3/13

9 WHAT ARE THE WORST ACCUSATIONS A POLITICIAN CAN FACE?

10 SCOTS-IRISH BORN IN SOUTH CAROLINA/ REP FROM TENNESSEE MILITARY HERO “OLD HICKORY” BORN POOR FIRST WESTERNER SHORT TEMPERED… 4/13

11 FIRST TO BE CRITICIZED FOR IT… “TO THE VICTOR BELONG THE SPOILS” REPLACES THE QUALIFIED WITH THOSE WHO VOTE WELL… 5/13

12 SOUTH CAROLINA REFUSES TO COLLECT “TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS” THREATENS TO SECEDE… JACKSON PREPARES TO SEND IN THE MILITARY CLAY AND CONGRESS WORK OUT COMPROMISE… JACKSON SUPPORTS STATES RIGHTS UNLESS THEY THREATEN THE UNION *BIG RIFT BETWEEN JACKSON AND CALHOUN 6/13

13 CHEROKEE NATION V. GEORGIA WORCHESTER V. GEORGIA MARSHALL’S SUPREME COURT HAD FAVORED NATIVES JACKSON MOVES CHEROKEE FROM GEORGIA TO OKLAHOMA (TRAIL OF TEARS)… 1200 MILE TRIP WITH DEATHS OF /13

14 REMOVED NATIONAL FUNDS, PLACED THEM IN “PET BANKS” VETOED THE CHARTER WHEN UP FOR RENEWAL(1832) 8/13

15 WHIG PARTY FORMED TO OPPOSE JACKSON LED BY CLAY AND WEBSTER JACKSON’S FINAL SPLIT WITH CALHOUN WAS THE “PEGGY EATON AFFAIR” WHEN MRS. CALHOUN REFUSED TO BE NICE TO SECRETARY OF WAR JOHN EATON’S WIFE. MARTIN VAN BUREN BECAME JACKSON’S NEW VICE PRESIDENT… 9/13

16 JACKSON’S SUCCESSOR INHERITED THE PROBLEMS CAUSED BY JACKSON’S ECONOMIC POLICIES… 10/13

17 VAN BUREN (DEM) VS. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON (WHIG) HARRISON’S BACKGROUND IS EMPHASIZED IN THE “LOG CABIN AND HARD CIDER CAMPAIGN” THEY REFER TO VAN BUREN AS “MARTIN VAN RUIN” USE BUTTONS, HATS… “TIPPECANOE AND TYLER TOO…” 11/13

18 WHAT ADVICE DOES YOUR MOTHER GIVE YOU (MORE OFTEN THAN YOU WANT TO HEAR IT)?

19 HARRISON’S INAUGURATION IS A MISERABLE, COLD, RAINY DAY… HE DOESN’T WEAR A COAT… GIVES ONE OF THE LONGEST SPEECHES IN PRESIDENTIAL HISTORY… HE CATCHES PNEUMONIA… HE DIES AFTER ONE MONTH IN OFFICE THE SHORTEST PRESIDENCY THE FIRST TO DIE IN OFFICE 12/13 2 hours 32 days

20 TYLER TAKES OVER, SPLITS WITH THE WHIGS AND VOTES DEMOCRATIC… HIS ENTIRE CABINET RESIGNS IN PROTEST… HE IS THE “PRESIDENT WITHOUT A PARTY” 13/13


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