Final Exam - Andrew Jackson 1828 Peggy Eaton Affair Compromise of 1850 Political reforms parties Harriett Stowe Popular sovereignty Bleeding Kansas o

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Andrew Jackson, 1828 - Peggy Eaton Affair - Compromise of 1850 - Political reforms & parties - Harriett Stowe - Popular sovereignty - Bleeding Kansas o Party – no extension of slavery o West - free soil for free whites - Dread Scott King Supreme Court case o Chief Justice Roger ‘ Was the civil War oppressive, or could something have been done to avoid it? Jackson Video - Jackson falls in love with married woman, Rachel. - Women literally belonged to their husbands and was hard to divorce - Her husband won permission to sue for divorce on the grounds of slavery. First legal divorce in the state of Kentucky - Jackson was very well liked Charles Dickinson and Andrew Jackson met on a dueling ground. Jackson carried the bullet lodged in his chest beside his heart for the rest of his life. Jackson – The War Hero (creek war) More native Americans were killed in the battle of Horseshoe than any other battle in the

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