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date: 19 June 2021

Andrew Jackson and US Foreign Relations 

The Oxford Encyclopedia of the History of American Foreign Relations
J. M. OpalJ. M. Opal

The native peoples of eastern North America were the only clear losers of the War of 1812. Around the Great Lakes, they were abandoned by Great Britain and hounded by American generals and governors for new land cessions. Along the Gulf Coast, the Creek Nation reeled from civil war and invasion by Andrew Jackson’s mixed force of Tennessee militia, US regulars, and Choctaw and Cherokee allies. Once he crushed the rebellious Creeks in early ... ...

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