James Monroe


Whom did Monroe send to deal with the Seminole Indians on the Georgia–Florida border?

Monroe sent General Andrew Jackson down to the border to deal with the Seminole Indians, who had conducted a series of raids in southern Georgia. Jackson exceeded Monroe’s orders and traveled into Florida, going so far as to order the hanging of two British subjects who Jackson claimed were inciting the Seminole attacks.


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