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8 Martin Van Buren

8 Martin Van Buren

Tens of thousands of Native Americans were already being removed from their homelands when Martin Van Buren took office as the eighth president of the United States. Van Buren, who served as secretary of state during Andrew Jackson’s first term in office and vice president during Jackson’s second term, to...
9 William Henry Harrison

9 William Henry Harrison

William Henry Harrison was president of the United States for only 32 days. The ninth president, Harrison took office in March 1841. He died a month later, leaving the office to Vice President John Tyler. Harrison’s tenure as president was the shortest in history, but as an Army general, of...
10 John Tyler

10 John Tyler

Five months after he took office as the 10th president of the United States, John Tyler signed the Preemption Act of 1841, granting purchasing rights to squatters already living on federal lands. The act permitted squatters to buy up to 160 acres of “public land” for as little as per...
14 Franklin Pierce

14 Franklin Pierce

A staunch believer in the concept of Manifest Destiny and the acquisition of land, Franklin Pierce took office in 1853 with his eye on Alaska, Hawaii and Cuba. The 14th president of the United States, Pierce is credited with initiating the first discussions about purchasing Alaska, an arctic territory the...
23 Benjamin Harrison

23 Benjamin Harrison

Nineteen days after taking office, Benjamin Harrison signed a proclamation opening Indian Territory in Oklahoma to settlers. The March 23, 1889 proclamation made 1.9 million acres of “unassigned lands” available to white settlers and kicked off one of the most chaotic chapters in American history. At high noon on 22,...
29 Warren Harding

29 Warren Harding

Less than three months before Warren Gamaliel Harding was elected 29th president of the United States, he stood on his front porch in Marion, Ohio, and promised Indians he would look out for their indigenous rights. Harding, then a U.S. senator, announced his bid for president in June 1920 subsequently...
34 Dwight D. Eisenhower

34 Dwight D. Eisenhower

Dwight David Eisenhower was a 22-year-old linebacker for West Point when he skirmished with Jim Thorpe during a 1912 football game against Carlisle Indian Industrial School. Thorpe, a member of the Sac and Fox Nation, was already famous, having won several Olympic gold medals and called the greatest athlete in the by...

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