The Jackson Era
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Peggy Eaton, the woman at the center of President Andrew Jackson's cabinet crisis, met what her critics considered a fitting end. When her husband, former Secretary of War John Eaton, died in 1856,...
"[I] will save the nation from the rule of demagogues who by intrigue are, and have been attempting to cheat the people out of their constitutional rights, by a caucus of congressional members." "...
Number of voters in the 1828 presidential election: 1,155,340 Number of voters in the 1824 presidential election: 361,120 Number of popular votes received by John Quincy Adams in the presidential e...
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Métis This term is used to describe a person of mixed racial background, for example a person with both Cherokee and Anglo-American ancestry. Original and Appellate Jurisdiction, Original Juri...
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