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Annotated Bibliography

Primary Sources
"Andrew Jackson 1767-1845 A Brief Biography." Henry Clay and the "Bank Wars" GMV, 2012.
Web. 20 Jan. 2015.
This quote demonstrates how determined Andrew Jackson was on destroying the bank,
and it foreshadowed the vetoing of the re-charter of the Second Bank.
"Andrew Jackson depicted during the Battle of New Orleans, which had two thousand British
casualties..." UXL Encyclopedia of U.S. History. Ed. Sonia Benson, Daniel E.
Brannen,
in Context.

Jr., and Rebecca Valentine. Vol. 8. Detroit: UXL, 2009. Student Resources
Web.14 Dec. 2014.

This image of Andrew Jackson surrounded by his troops during the Battle of New
Orleans illustrates one reason why he is considered to be one of the American common
people. He battled beside them before he became the president.
Andrew Jacksons Case for the Removal of Indians. Andrew Jacksons Case for the Removal
of Indians. Trustees of Mount Holyoke College, 2014. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.
In Jacksons actual speech on Indian Removal he persuades the people of the United
States to believe that Indian removal is beneficial to the nation and the natives.
"Andrew Jackson Quotes." BrainyQuote. Xplore, 2015. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This website provides various useful quotes from Andrew Jackson from many points in
his life.
"Battle of New Orleans." Battle of New Orleans. Lousiana Endowment for the Humanities, 2015.
Web. 20 Jan. 2015.

This picture of the Battle of New Orleans provides us with a detailed portrayal of the
conflict.
Bird, J.B. "Inauguration of Jackson - Enlarged View - Rebellion." Inauguration of Jackson Enlarged View - Rebellion. 2005. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This image depicts the inauguration of President Andrew Jackson.
"Creditors Offer 1 plus Debt for Towergate." News, Analysis and Advice for the UK
Professional Insurance Broker Community. Incisive Insurance Information Limited,
2013. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This picture represents Andrew Jacksons time as a judge, and a lawyer.
"Creek or Muscogee People." Muscogee People, Creek Indians. 2011. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.
This image of the Creek Indians helps us have a clear understanding of the natives.
"Early Life - Andrew Jackson Project." Early Life - Andrew Jackson Project. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This is a portrait of Andrew Jackson as a young boy.
Jackson, Andrew. "Andrew Jackson to the Cherokee Tribe, 1835." Andrew Jackson to the
Cherokee Tribe, 1835. The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, n.d.
Web. 14

Dec. 2014.

Jacksons aggressive message to the Cherokee people demonstrates his desire to relocate
the Cherokee people to Oklahoma, believing that it will benefit the tribe and the people of
the United States.
Jackson, Andrew. "Andrew Jackson: Veto Message Regarding the Second Bank of the United
States." Milestone Documents RSS. Schlager Group, Inc., 2014. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.
Andrew Jacksons actual message to the Senate, in which he declines the proposal to
recharter the Second Bank of the United States, conveys his ideology that the bank is

only favorable to the wealthy stock owners, although he does not know the pros and cons
of continuing the National Bank he is rather verbally attacking its supporters instead.
Jackson, Andrew. "On Indian Removal." Social Policy: Essential Primary Sources. Ed. K. Lee
Lerner, Brenda Wilmoth Lerner, and Adrienne Wilmoth Lerner. Detroit: Gale, 2006. 7678. U.S. History in Context. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.
This image portrays the Cherokee being removed after Congress passed the Indian
Removal Act and Andrew Jackson signed it into law. Despite Jacksons reassurance that
the removal would benefit everyone, clearly the picture shows the tribes unhappiness
towards the oppressive act.
Jackson, Andrew. "South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification." Milestone Documents RSS.
Schlager Group, Inc., 2014. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.
Jacksons proclamation on the South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification displays his
connection with the people as if he is one of their own, and expresses his disappointment
with the treasonous citizens of South Carolina who wish to secede from the union.
"Jackson's Early Life." Tennessee 4 Me -. The Tennessee State Museum. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This is an image of the log cabin where President Andrew Jackson grew up in as a young
boy.
"Jackson,Rachel." AVHS-APUSH -. Tangient LLC, 2015. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This illustration is a portrait of Andrew Jacksons wife, Rachel Donelson Jackson.
"Jackson Square, New Orleans." Jackson Square Mission. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This is a present day photo of a statue of Andrew Jackson riding a horse in Jackson
Square in New Orleans.

"Lessons in Manliness from Andrew Jackson." The Art of Manliness. The Art of Manliness,
2015. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This is a portrait of a middle-aged Andrew Jackson.
Oliveira, Plinio Corra De. "The Jacksonian Era of Popular Democracy." Nobility and
Analogous Traditional Elites RSS. 2012. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This painting of an honorable Andrew Jackson shows him standing against a pillar with
his cane in hand.
Patterson, Daniel W. "Backcountry Legends of a Minister's Death | Southern Spaces."
Backcountry Legends of a Minister's Death | Southern Spaces. 2012. Web. 19
Jan. 2015.
This map of South Carolina exclusively shows the Waxhaw region in which Andrew
Jackson was born and raised.
"Raleigh." Old South New Perspectives. 2011. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This photograph includes Andrew Jackson on a horse with two other important political
figures in front of the capitol of North Carolina.
Richardson, James D. "Andrew Jackson: Veto of Maysville Road Bill." The Annals of America.
Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1976. Print.
This actual speech given by Andrew Jackson on his veto of Maysville Road Bill provides
examples of how he viewed and addressed his people.
Robinson, Scott. "Andrew Jackson: A Chronology of His Life and Career." Andrew Jackson: A
Chronology of His Life and Career. 2014. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This is a painting of President George Washington mounted on a white horse.

"Stepping Down." George Washington in First Peace RSS. George Washington in First Peace,
2015. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This painting depicts a portrait of a young Andrew Jackson.
"Tenn. Supreme Court to Name next Attorney General." Tenn. Supreme Court to Name next
Attorney General. The Associated Press, 2014. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This is a present-day photograph of the Tennessee Supreme Court Building.
"The Posterity Project: A Second Burial for Charles Dickinson..." The Posterity Project: A
Second Burial for Charles Dickinson... The Posterity Project & Gordon T. Belt, 2010.
Web. 14 Dec. 2014.
This illustration of Andrew Jackson dueling, which by many people, was looked at as an
honorable action, was one of many. In this particular duel, he shoots and kills Charles
Dickinson in defense of his pride after receiving many insulting remarks from the rival
horse breeder.
"The Seventh US President - Andrew Jackson." The Seventh US President - Andrew Jackson.
Web. 20 Jan. 2015.
This image of Andrew Jackson shows the impact that he has left throughout history.
"Twenty Dollar Bill Information." Twenty Dollar Bill. Twenty Dollar Bill Information, 2010.
Web. 14 Dec. 2014.
The present- day twenty dollar bill validates Jacksons significance as a president as he is
to this day displayed on the national currency.
"White House History Classroom: Primary Documents." White House History Classroom:
Primary Documents. The White House Historical Association, n.d. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.

This picture is evidence of Jacksons actual veto message to the Bank of the United
States, in which, he declines the proposition of its rechartering.
Secondary Sources
"10 Birthday Facts about President Andrew Jackson." Constitution Daily. 2013. Web. 19 Jan.
2015.
This website includes many informative facts about Andrew Jackson throughout his life.
"American President: Andrew Jackson: A Life in Brief." Miller Center. Rector and Visitors of
the University of Virginia, 2014. Web. 13 Dec. 2014.
This resource highlights the various issues that Jackson encountered and handled, such as
the Bank War and Nullification Crisis
"Andrew Jackson." Encyclopedia of World Biography. Detroit: Gale, 1998.Student Resources in
Context. Web. 13 Dec. 2014.
This passage describes Jacksons life before he took presidential office, including his role
as major general of the Tennessee militia, which contains information of how he gained
the name Old Hickory while serving the people of the United States.
"Andrew Jackson." Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. Economic History. Ed. Thomas Carson and Mary
Bonk. Detroit: Gale, 1999. Student Resources in Context. Web. 13 Dec. 2014.
Not only does this piece demonstrate Jacksons accomplishments during his two terms in
office, but it gives a short background of Jacksons younger life as a commoner.
"Andrew Jackson." History.com. A&E Television Networks, 2009. Web. 13 Dec. 2014.
This article provides material of Jacksons impact on political parties of his time by
causing a reformation of the Democrat-Republicans to the present-day Democratic Party.

Brinkley, Alan. American History: A Survey. 10th ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill College, 1999.
Print.
This text provides vast information about Andrew Jacksons feats as the President of the
United States.
Freidel, Frank, and Hugh Sidey. "Andrew Jackson." The White House. White House Historical
Association, 2006. Web. 13 Dec. 2014.
This informative article from the White House gives a brief summary about Andrew
Jacksons time in office and displays how he represented the common man.
"Jackson Nullification." YouTube. 2011. Web. 20 Jan. 2015.
This video gives detailed information of how Jackson handled the Nullification Crisis.
"President Andrew Jackson." President Andrew Jackson. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
This detailed website gives
"The Age of Jackson." Ushistory.org. Independence Hall Association, 2014. Web. 13 Dec. 2014.
This website shows how the people of the Jacksonian Era portrayed the controversial
president as either a common man or King Andrew I.
Wilson, Richard L. "Jackson, Andrew." American History Online. Facts On File, Inc., 2002.
Web. 13 Dec. 2014.
This excerpt from American Political Leaders illustrates how Jackson was different from
each of his presidential predecessors, giving various examples in what manner he differs
from the others.