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What was Jackson's policy about native tribes?
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User: What was Jackson's policy about native tribes?

Weegy: Jackson's policy on native tribes was popular with many white settlers, his supporters.
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User: What was the United States’ role in international politics in the late 1700s?

Weegy: The United States role in international politics in the late 1700s was America tried to remain neutral despite international war.
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User: How did Jefferson acquire Louisiana Territory?

Weegy: Jefferson acquired Louisiana Territory by: He purchased it from France.
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User: Which was a cause of the War of 1812

Weegy: The British declined to abandon their land holdings in the west. -was a cause of the War of 1812.
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User: Where was the War of 1812 fought?

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The War of 1812 was fought on the Western. Frontier.
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