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Statue of Andrew Jackson, the triumphant warrior, in Jackson Square, New Orleans.
Mudslinging 19th century style: The coffin handbills circulated by the J. Q. Adams camp during the 1828 presidential election campaign.
Elevation and plan of Jackson’s plantation mansion outside of Nashville during the final year of his presidency.
Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary of the Treasury (March 1829 to June 1831)
Louis McLane, Secretary of the Treasury (August 1831 to May 1833)
William J. Duane, Secretary of the Treasury (May to September 1833)
Roger B. Taney, Secretary of the Treasury (September 1833 to June 1834)
Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Treasury (July 1834 to March 1841)
The pitiful plight of an unemployed tradesman, his family and his creditors due to the policies of Jackson and Van Buren.
Certificate for shares in the Second Bank of the US owned by Baring Brothers of London, April 1830.
Unissued Second Bank of the US notes, Philadelphia.
Second Bank of the United States editorial published in the Boston Weekly Messenger, April 18, 1816.
Speech on the Bank of the United States veto and its aftermath.
Report of a Committee of Directors of the Second Bank of the United States, 1833 (first edition).
Political cartoon: A potential Third Bank of the United States provides Jackson and Van Buren an awful affright.
Jackson vetoes the re-charter of the Second Bank of the US, 1832.
Nicholas Biddle, Philadelphia gentleman and banker.
Bank of the United States building on Third Street in Philadelphia.
Postcard of the Second Bank of the United States building.