The beginning of American History was an egalitarian nation only focused on white males. Women, Indians and black people were treated unfairly and had no rights. Besides slavery, the "Trial of Tears was perhaps the cruelest act of government in American History. Finally women's rights movements and the Seneca Falls Convention lead by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, paved the rights for minorities. The "Trial of Tears and the women's rights movements were the most important events of the Jacksonian era.
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