The Reign of Andrew Jackson eBook

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accounts are Frances A. Kemble’s Journal, 1832-1833, 2 vols. (1835) and Harriet Martineau’s Society in America, 3 vols. (2d ed., 1837).  The principal French work of the sort is M. Chevalier, Society, Manners, and Politics in the United States (Eng. trans, from 3d French ed., 1839).  Political conditions in the country are described in Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (Eng. trans, by Reeve in 2 vols., 1862), and the economic situation is set forth in detail in James S. Buckingham, America, Historical, Statistical and Descriptive, 2 vols. (1841), and The Slave States of America, 2 vols. (1842).

NOTES

[1:  Bassett, The Life of Andrew Jackson, vol.  I, p. 123.]

[2:  Brown, Andrew Jackson, pp. 75-76.]

[3:  Buell, History of Andrew Jackson, vol. n, pp. 94-95.]

[4:  Buell, History of Andrew Jackson, vol.  II, p. 97.]

[5:  Turner, Rise of the New West, p. 188.]

[6:  Turner, Rise of the New West, p. 268.]

[7:  Parton, Life of Andrew Jackson, vol.  III, p. 168.]

[8:  Brown, Andrew Jackson, p. 127.]

[9:  Osborn vs. Bank of the United States.]

[10:  MacDonald, Jacksonian Democracy, p. 98.]

[11:  Turner, The Rise of the New West, p. 325.]

[12:  MacDonald.  Jacksonian Democracy, p. 239.]

[13:  See The Old Northwest, by Frederic Austin Ogg (in The Chronicles of America).]

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, 105.
  candidate for reelection (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 York, 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.

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