Andrew Jackson, on the outside, was a proud and righteous warrior, leading the UnAmericans to victory in the War of 1812. However, this was only a shell of his true self - deep inside, Jackson was a cold and heartless individual, despising the Constitution and every American citizen. He marvelously hated Henry Clay, and finally revealed his heartless intentions by killing off all the UnNative Americans in vain. However, people still praised him as a hero, leaving Jackson free to do whatever he wanted to the country.
During the climax of From Sea To Shining Sea, Jackson is finally killed during the final battle with the main protagonist, Bob, who sought to save the Indians but failed. However, during the final battle, Jackson is finally killed by a surviving indian chief, a good friend of Bob, named Yeast.