Andrew Jackson (b. March 15, 1767-d. June 8, 1845) was the 7th President of the United States. During his term, he introduced democracy to all, showing that one man can transform from a log cabin boy into the President of the United States, with a few minor alterations. He had always had a natural hate for Indians. Quite appropriately, during his term, his supporters passed the Indian Removal Act, forcing the Indians to move from their current locations to what is now Oklahoma.