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Their work was highly dangerous especially in the Pacific, because Japanese soldiers would deliberately target officers, medics, and radiomen, and code talkers had to keep moving as they transmitted their messages. Despite their heroic contributions during the war, American Indian code talkers were told that they had to keep their work secret. Since the codes that they developed remained unbroken, the US military wanted to keep the program classified in case the code talkers were needed again in future wars.

Even when the WWII code talker program was declassified in , national recognition of code talkers was slow. When Germany and Italy declared war on the United States days later, America found itself in a global war.

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As Dusty Kleiss pulled away from the Japanese fleet, he kicked rudder in his Dauntless and looked back at his target. Kaga was undergoing a series of explosions that utterly eviscerated the ship, exposing her innards like some disemboweled animal. Explore Museum digital assets to learn more about the six-month fight to take the island of Guadalcanal, a vital step in defeating the Japanese in the Pacific theater.

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Pacific Theater of Operations. Gains celebrity status as a military hero of what was termed by many the Second American Revolution. Jackson names a vice-president of the American Colonization Society, which advocates out-migration of free blacks and former slaves in the U. Second Bank of the U.

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Destroys Seminole town of Mikasuki. Captures St. Marks in Spanish Florida. Attacks Bowlegs's Town.

Alexander Arbuthnot and Robert Ambrister are tried before a military tribunal for aiding the Seminoles and Creeks. They are executed under Jackson's order, in St. Marks, on April The child is taken on as a ward by the Jacksons.

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Avoids censure by the House of Representatives for conduct of the Seminole campaign. Henry Clay criticizes the invasion of Florida in the U. House of Representatives, as Jackson is on his way to Washington.

House of Representatives exonerates Jackson, though rumors swirl that the Florida invasion protected land speculation there by Jackson and friends. Adams-Onis treaty ceding Florida to the U.

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Spain will ratify the treaty in October and the Senate re-ratify in February Aaron and Hannah Jackson wed. They will have ten children who live to adulthood. Hannah will be present at both the deaths of Rachel Jackson and Andrew Jackson. She will flee the Hermitage with her daughter Martha during the Civil War and become a Nashville midwife.

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Listen to this page. Jackson arrives in Nashville from Natchez with 26 slaves. Congress declares war against Great Britain.

filtrefpediri.ga General Andrew Jackson. Jackson leads Tennessee volunteers as far as Natchez. Lithograph by John Hanson. Occupies Mobile, Ala. Evacuates Pensacola. Goes to Mobile, then departs for New Orleans. Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans. Engraving by James W. Philadelphia: Wm. Morgan, Andrew Jackson during the Battle of New Orleans. Print, F.