Andrew Jackson's Impact On Westward Expansion

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Andrew Jackson had great impact on Westward Expansion because Andrew Jackson greatly supported the expansion without caring about anyone. An Indian tribe leader name named Tecumseh led a rebellion against Andrew Jackson in which Andrew Jackson was successful banning the rebellion and forcing the Indian Tribes to give up their land. Creek Indians also known as Red Sticks attacked Fort Mims in the Mississippi Territory which killed 300 to 400 people. In result of that Andrew Jackson attacks in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in which the Red Sticks were captured and killed that ended the Creek War. With ending the Creek War Andrew Jackson captured 20 millions acres of land of the Creeks. Andrew Jackson supported the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Indian

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