PBS Website about Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson "Bank Veto" Speech

John G. Burnett’s Story of the Removal of the Cherokees Read by Johnny Cash below

The Jackson PowerPointA powerpoint on the Jackson Presidency
1848 Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments?
Women's Reform Movement
Women's Rights: Sarah Bagley Letters
Jacksonian Democracy DBQ question

Henry Clay who worked to compromise in the Senate and supported a series of programs known as "The American System"
John C Calhoun of South Carolina who lead the protest against the "Tariff of Abominations" and threatened nullification.

Daniel Webster the Senator from Mass was a strong advocate for Union

Daniel Webster statue in D.C. (Kenyon)

The Election of 1824 that was decided by the House of Representatives was viewed as a "Corrput Bargain" by supporters of Andrew Jackson

PBS: Andrew Jackson Reinventing the Presidency

PBS: Introduction to Andrew Jackson and his place in American History

History Channel: Andrew Jackson against the Bank of the United States

History Channel: Andrew Jackson and the Indian Removal Act

Johnny Cash reads: Removal of the Cherokees
Birthday Story of Private John G. Burnett, Captain Abraham McClellan's Company, 2nd

A Brief Biography of Henry Clay and the American System

Children Cartoon about the Tariff of Abominations

Tariff of Abominations

Andrew Jackson DBQ materials for students review