The Reign of Andrew Jackson: A Chronicle of the Frontier in Politics

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INDEX
Adams, John, Jackson makes acquaintance of, 17
Adams, J. Q., Secretary of State, and Jackson's Florida expedition, 62, 63, 64; candidate for presidency, 76-77, 82-83, 84, 86, 87, 88-93; and Jackson, 80, 93-94, 108, 122, 220; diary quoted, 88, 109; "corrupt bargain," 89-92, 96; elected, 93; as President, 95-100, 104- 106; personal characteristics, 96-97; abolishes patronage, 97-98; and internal improvements, 99, 100, 106; candidate for reüection ( 1828), 106, 109- 110; no enthusiasm for, 113; on Calhoun, 139; and Indian question, 206; biography, 238
Alabama, Indians in, 202, 203, 204, 214
Ambrister, Robert, 58
American, New Yor k, quoted, 229
Apalachicola River, Nicholls builds fort on, 53; Jackson's army marches down, 57
Arbuthnot, Alexander, 53, 58
Aurora, Pennsylvania newspaper, 193
Baltimore, welcomes Jackson, 64, 219; Democratic convention at ( 1835), 225
Bancroft, George, quoted, 222
Bank, United States, Jackson's attitude toward, 79, 184-88; Adams and, 99; established, 138, 182; and the South, 140; war on, 181-200; Congress supports, 187; Jackson plans re- organization of, 187; bill to recharter, 189-91; bill vetoed, 190, 218; as political issue, 191; believed insolvent by Jackson, 192-93; removal of deposits, 193-95; senate censures Jackson for removal, 196-98; Whigs try to resurrect ( 1841), 200; bibliography, 239
Barry, W. T., Postmaster-General, 118
Bassett, J. S., biographer of Jackson, cited, 4, 238; quoted, 37
Benton, Jesse, Jackson encounters, 21, 33
Benton, T. H., 26, 149, 232, 233; Jackson fights with, 21, 33; quoted, 49, 113, 167; introduces bills against. Adams, 105; on Van Buren's defeat as minister, 136; on Foote's resolution, 144; on Hayne, 147; and United States Bank question, 190-91, 195; and censure of Jackson, 197; biography, 238
Berrien, J. M., Attorney-General, 118
Biddle, Nicholas, President of United States Bank, 183, 184, 185-86, 187, 188, 189, 192, 195
Black Hawk War, 215
Blair, F. P., editor of the Globe, 130, 193, 221, 232
Blount, William, 17; Governor of Tennessee, 26, 28, 30, 35, 55, 74

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