Essay heading: DBQ On Jacksonian Democrats

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The Native Americans presiding in Georgia were forced from their homes and moved west of the Mississippi River to Oklahoma by order of the Indian Removal Act, signed into effect by Andrew Jackson. This march is known as the "Trail of Tears" for the many deaths and hardship faced along the way (Document G)...
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This march is known as the "Trail of Tears" for the many deaths and hardship faced along the way (Document G). Although viewed as defenders of all common people, Jacksonian Democrats shunned minorities and only stood by white men. Based on the occurrences during Jackson's presidential term through the early 1800s many of the people of the United States were treated unfairly...
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