• Andrew Jackson Indian Removeal Policy
    Was Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Policy Motivated by Humanitarian Impulses? Authors: Anthony F. C. Wallace, Robert V. Remini, A Summary By: History 2111 Summer 2011 A summary comparison of views regarding the Indian Removal Act of 1830, Was it an act of humanitarianism intended to help...
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  • Andrew Jackson
    : Vintage, 1973. Print. Pessen, Edward. Jacksonian America; Society, Personality, and Politics. Homewood, IL: Dorsey, 1969. Print. Remini, Robert V. Andrew Jackson & His Indian Wars. New York: Viking, 2001. Print. Remini, Robert V. Andrew Jackson. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Print. Remini...
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  • Andrew Jackson : True American
    Jackson did. He proved the reality of the American dream. Works Cited Remini, Robert. The Life of Andrew Jackson New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1988 www.britannica.com...
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  • Trail of Tears
    . 2013 6. Indian Removal Act-1830. American Indian Relief Council. Web. 2 Oct. 2013. 7. Cherokee Removal and the Trail of Tears. LearnNC, 2008. Web. 2 Oct. 2013. 8. Kansas Historical Society. Indian Removal Act. Kansas Historical Society, 2013. Web. 3 Oct. 2013. 9. Remini, Robert. Andrew Jackson and...
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  • Analysis of Andrew Jackson
    Andrew Jackson (2001) Harper Collins- New York, NY 2. Sellers, Charles: The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846 (1991) Oxford University Press, New York, NY 3. Remini, Robert V.: Andrew Jackson: The Course of American Democracy, 1833-1845 (1998) John Hopkins University Press...
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  • Andrew Jackson's Indian Policies: Unbridled Aggression or Pragmatic Solution?
    . Remini, "Andrew Jackson and His Indian Wars (New York: The Penquin Group, 2001) 58 2. .W. Brands, "Andrew Jackson: His Life and Times". (New York: Doubleday, 2005) 184 3. Remini, Robert V. The Battle of New Orleans: Andrew Jackson and America's First Military Victory. Viking Penguin, 1999. 4...
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  • Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democracy
    should be given to the Native American’s in exchange for their land in the eastern states. . Jackson believed in The Indian Removal Act of 1830, which forced eastern Indians to move to west of the Mississippi. He was also in support of Georgia’s effort to rob the Cherokee Nation of their land. Stating...
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  • Did Andrew Jackson’s Removal Policy Benefit Native Americans?
    election as President, Jackson had already decided to treat the numerous Indian tribes, and their citizens, within the borders of the United States as citizens of the United States rather than as sovereign and independent nations. Remini argues that while the Indian Removal Act, and the subsequent Trail...
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  • Did Andrew Jackson's Removal Act Benefit the Indians?
    Robert V. Remini shows that Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Act benefits the Native Americans. Andrew Jackson made notice of the issue with the Indians in his inaugural speech on March 4, 1829. He declared that he wanted to give humane and considerable attention to the Indian’s rights and wants in...
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  • Andrew Jackson: Us History
    "(Remini). Jackson integrated those beliefs into his presidency and used big government means to create a more democratic nation. Andrew Jackson and his policies strengthened the new American nationalism. Through his actions during his presidency, he changed the nation into a more nationalistic...
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  • Critical Book Review Robert Remini's Andrew Jackson
    assignation attempt and his death. Robert Remini wrote this book, he is a Professor of Hickory and Research Professor of Humanities Emeritus at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is the author of many books, including a definitive three-volume Andrew Jackson biography for which he won the National...
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  • Battle of New Orleans Essay
    . Of all his major achievements at the political and military fronts, it was his participation in the Anglo-American War of 1812 that propelled him into nationwide fame and recognition. According to Robert Remini (11) in his book “The Battle of New Orleans”, during the war Jackson exuded nothing...
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  • The Expulsion of Native Americans
    : Greenhaven Press, 1998. Essential Documents in American History: 1492-present: Indian Removal Act, p1-2. Jackson, Andrew. Inaugural Address. Washington D.C. March 4, 1829. Lumpkin, Wilson. Speech given to Congress. Washington D.C. May 17, 1830. Remini, Robert V. Andrew Jackson and His Indian Wars...
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  • Business 4993
    …. Nullification Doesn’t matter – Jackson wants Indians gone anyway – he supports “land-hungry whites” Indian Removal Act 1830 * Ignored Cherokee Nation v. Georgia 1831 & Worcester v. Georgia1832 * Marshall -  “domestic dependent nations” – cannot be forced to relocate * Trail of...
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  • Gimke
    Robert V. Remini is acknowledged to be the nation's foremost authority on Andrew Jackson. Over the past three decades he has published numerous books on Jackson and his presidency, including a three-volume biography. Although his interpretations can be controversial, his mastery of sources and...
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  • dbq essay andrew jackson
    ? Mr. Gurczeski's "Model" Notes Andrew Jackson DBQ 1) According to historian Robert Remini, what three proposals does Jackson make regarding a) the Electoral College, b) the length of term, and c) the election of US senators? 2)Is this evidence that Andrew Jackson was...
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  • Andrew Jackson
    did not support him. For example, in Document I, Robert V. Remini wrote The Life of Andrew Jackson in 1988. It shows the advice Van Buren, secretary of state, offered to Jackson, in concern to the Collector of the Port of New York. Buren warns Jackson that the person hired needs to be very wise and...
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  • The Revolutionary Age of Andrew Jackson
    contributed much into the advancement of democracy within the nation. Andrew Jackson ultimately “brought the people and the government closer together.” The time period was thus coined the era of “Jacksonian Democracy.” (Remini, 66) His leadership created a precedent for future presidents to come. His...
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  • Notes about Andrew Jackson
    fight removal- appeared to win at first Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831) and Worcester v. Georgia (1832)- John Marshall ruled they couldn’t be forced by state to give up land against will Jackson ignored decision, continued support for removal Some Seminole bands mounted successful resistance war...
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  • Andrew Jackson -Outline
    Andrew Jackson AJ Nunn 2A 11/24/12 Born March 15 1767 somewhere between north and South Carolina border, and died June 8 1845; Jackson was the seventh president of the United States. He ran from 1829-1837 in Memphis, Tennessee; his VP was John C. Calhoun. Jackson received a sporadic education in...
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