Andrew Jackson, first annual message to congress (1829)

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The message is displayed in the message and papers of the presidents in a book titled " Andrew Jackson, First Annual Message to Congress" (1829) The message simply stresses the choice to continue to remove the indians from their natural endowment. One of Jackson's justifications is that america's intentions have always been to help the natives...
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He says, " professing a desire to civilize and settle them, we have at the same time lost no opportunity to purchase their lands and thrust them farther into the wilderness." He is declaring that America's attempt to rob the natives of their land happened inevitably. This is a description of manifest destiny...
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