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Abstract

Course Afffiliation

History J495: Senior Seminar: American Presidency, 1789-1865 (Fall 2012)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson

Brief Biography

Sarah McGee is a senior and will be graduating from IPFW on May 15th with a Bachelor of Arts in History. Native American History has fascinated her for as long as she can remember. This is what led to her decision to research the presidency of Andrew Jackson and the history of Indian Removal. She also presented research on the Ghost Dance Religion at the Third Annual Undergraduate History Conference at IPFW in 2011. Her plans for after graduation are still undecided.

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20-4-2013 9:00 AM

End Date

20-4-2013 10:00 AM

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Indian Policy as a States' Rights Issue: President Jackson's Justification for Removal

Sarah McGee is a senior and will be graduating from IPFW on May 15th with a Bachelor of Arts in History. Native American History has fascinated her for as long as she can remember. This is what led to her decision to research the presidency of Andrew Jackson and the history of Indian Removal. She also presented research on the Ghost Dance Religion at the Third Annual Undergraduate History Conference at IPFW in 2011. Her plans for after graduation are still undecided.