Gadsden, James (1788-1858) to Andrew Jackson
Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC03198
Author/Creator: Gadsden, James (1788-1858)
Place Written: s.l.
Type: Autograph endorsement signed
Date: 8 January 1830
Pagination: 4 p. : address : docket : free frank ; 32.7 x 20.6 cm.
Summary of Content: Defends the character of a certain Mr. Slacum (possibly George W. Slacum) who stood accused of an unspecified allegation. Discusses a clerkship that was offered to him by Jackson. Expresses pleasure in hearing of the planned removal of the Seminole Indians and discusses the removal of the Seminole Indians from Florida, which precipitated the second Seminole War. Docket signed by Jackson with initials.
Historical Era: National Expansion and Reform, 1815-1860
Keywords/Subjects: Office Seeker;, Letter of Introduction or Recommendation;, President, American Indian History;, Immigration and Migration;, Seminole War;, Military History;
Sub Era: Age of Jackson
LOC Search Terms: Seminole Indians--Florida--Government relations., Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842., Indians of North America--Southern states., Indians of North America--United States--Government relations.Order Image