Andrew Jackson Essay | Changes in America Under Andrew Jackson

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Changes in America Under Andrew Jackson

Summary: Under Andrew Jackson, early 19th-century America saw tremendous changes, including population growth and movement westward. This essay explores the causes and nature of these changes, including immigration and the influence of German settlement of the mid-west.
During the early nineteenth there was a great desire to move west. Due to "Andrew Jackson promoting the further expansion and removal of the Indians to Oklahoma the American people moved west. The Frontier people were very much a young group. Half of Americans were under the age of thirty. This youthfulness added to the rapid movement of the American people. The people were also very individualistic. Having not many relations or family many of them could move around freely without the worry of another person. In moving westward at such a fast rate Farmers often exhausted fields, by not allowing them to recover from a crop.

Along with the rapid movement west the American population multiplied at alarming rates. By 1860 there were 33 states, and American was the 4th most populous nation in the western world. Growth was mostly in the cities. Philadelphia and...

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