Ch 25: NES: Jacksonian Democracy

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Andrew Jackson left a legacy for America during his time as president. This chapter looks at his time in office and that of his immediate successors to allow you to review for the NES Middle Grades Social Science exam.

NES: Jacksonian Democracy - Chapter Summary

President Jackson was an influential leader during his term. The video lessons in this chapter of the NES Middle Grades Social Science course will remind you of his decisions and policies while simultaneously equipping you to better teach the ideas when you become certified through the NES Middle Grades Social Science exam. The following topics about Jackson are included in the chapter:

  • Debate over the rights of states
  • The Trail of Tears
  • The Indian Removal Act
  • Martin Van Buren
  • William Henry Harrison

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