What were the principles of Jacksonian Democracy
Essay Response (250 words minimum) – American 1812 to 1840 / War of 1812,Jacksonian Democracy
Answer the following 4 questions in an essay response with a minimum of 250 words (combined word total for all 4 questions together.) No citations needed.
What effect did the War of 1812 have on shaping the American mindset and identity?
What were the principles of Jacksonian Democracy?
How was the 1812-1840 American identity reflected in presidential policy, public action, and popular culture?
Engage the reading/viewing critically.
Use the following links to draft your essay response to the questions above
National Park Service, Madison, Politics, & the War of 1812
National Park Service, War of 1812: Land Operations
National Park Service, Battle of Tippecanoe
National Park Service, African Americans and the War of 1812
National Park Service, Native Americans and the War of 1812
The Hermitage – The Home of President Andrew Jackson
UVA Miller Center – President Jackson
National Park Service, Jackson Campaign Propaganda
The 1812 war shaped the Americans to think of themselves as one people. Facing a common enemy Canada and United States united with the native warriors and African Americans to protect their land. They saw it as a federal duty which later enabled the Indians to be assimilated in the American community……………………………