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Rebuilding the South

Rebuilding the South

Rebuilding the South. 8 th Grade- U.S. History Standards Focus 8.11.3 Means: Explain the freedoms of and restrictions on African Americans after the Civil War. Matters: R econstruction policies initially helped freedpeople, but restrictions on their rights soon became common.

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President Andrew Jackson

President Andrew Jackson

President Andrew Jackson. Was born in 1767. He died 1845. He became president in 1829-1837. He was the 7 th president. He belonged to the Democratic Party. By: Sarah Johnson. Interesting Facts:. Growing up, Andrew Jackson was feisty and frequently got into fights.

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Andrew Jackson as President

Andrew Jackson as President

Andrew Jackson as President. The Common Man’s Man Or The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Election of 1824 or “The Corrupt Bargain”. Candidates Electoral Votes John Quincy Adams (MA) 84 Andrew Jackson (TN ) 99 Henry Clay (KY) 37 William Crawford (GA) 41 All Republicans

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Andrew Jackson as President

Andrew Jackson as President

Andrew Jackson as President. 1828-1836 Jackson ’ s two terms in office were tough! Secession, depression, and even a good old fashion scandal met “ Old Hickory ” in the White House. The “ Spoils ” System.

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Andrew Jackson as President

Andrew Jackson as President

Andrew Jackson as President. Chapter 10, Section 3. Election of 1824 Candidates. Andrew Jackson (South/West). John Quincy Adams (North) William Crawford (South) Henry Clay (West) ALL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANS. RESULTS. Jackson- 99 votes Adams- 84 votes Crawford- 41 votes Clay- 37 votes.

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1829-1837 President Andrew Jackson

1829-1837 President Andrew Jackson

1829-1837 President Andrew Jackson. By Andrew Lindner. Basic Info. *Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767 and died 1845. His farther died shortly after his birth. * 2 His wife died when he was campaigning to be president. He adopted a son and named him Andrew Jr. Presidency.

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1829-1837 President Andrew Jackson

1829-1837 President Andrew Jackson

1829-1837 President Andrew Jackson. Nathan Robl March 12 th -18 th Mr. D Period 6. Jacksonian Democracy. The Jacksonian Democracy was the political movement toward greater democracy for the common man symbolized by American Political A ndrew Jackson and his supporters.

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Andrew Jackson 7 th president

Andrew Jackson 7 th president

Chandler 4 th grade. Andrew Jackson 7 th president. Introduction. Born on March 15,1767 South Carolina Died June 8,1845 at 78 years old Elected March 4,1829 at 61 years old Political Party Democrat Interesting Fact: He is on the $20 bill. Early life Side . Father-Andrew

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President Andrew Jackson (PT 1)

President Andrew Jackson (PT 1)

President Andrew Jackson (PT 1). “Good Andy”. The un-election of Jackson. Jackson first ran for president in 1824, but lost after a “Corrupt bargain” between Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams. Return of the 2 Party system.

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President Andrew Jackson: “The Common Man’s President”

President Andrew Jackson: “The Common Man’s President”

Presented himself as a common man—actually a wealthy plantation & slave owner More common men were able to vote…fewer voting requirements (ex. Land ownership). President Andrew Jackson: “The Common Man’s President”. Interesting/Fun Facts:.

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ANDREW FURCO Associate Vice President

ANDREW FURCO Associate Vice President

Internationalizing Public Engagement. ANDREW FURCO Associate Vice President.

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