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  1. Andrew Jackson: Seventh President 1829-1837 (Getting to Know the Us Presidents)
  2. Jackson : Character in Time : The US Presidents (Character in time : the US presidents) by Lorraine Ash, 1999-08-16
  3. Message From the President of the United States, with a Report From the Secretary of War, in Relation to the Employment of Agents Among the Indians for Their Removal. &C. &C. by Andrew Jackson, 1832
  4. Abraham Lincoln by George Haven Putnam, 2007-12-19

1. Biography Of Andrew Jackson
Biography of Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States (18291837).

2. Biography Of Martin Van Buren
By 1827 he had emerged as the principal northern leader for Andrew Jackson. President Jackson rewarded Van Buren by appointing him Secretary of

3. US President Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson Seventh U.S. President March 4, 1829 March 3, 1837 Printable US Presidents E-Book

4. Andrew Jackson
New York Charles Scribner's Sons, 1951. Andrew Jackson Pioneer and President. John Parlin. Champaign, IL The Garrard Press, 1962.

5. Critical Thinkers Andrew Jackson Speaks Indian Removal Policy
the Removal Act Andrew Jackson Addresses Congress. In seven of his eight annual messages to Congress, US President Andrew Jackson devotes

6. THE HERMITAGE Home Of President Andrew Jackson
Located in nearby Hermitage, Tennessee, The Hermitage is the former plantation home of Andrew Jackson. Preserved as a museum.

7. Inaugural Addresses Of The Presidents Of The United States. 1989
I will faithfully execute the Office of President of John Quincy Adams. Andrew Jackson First Inaugural Address. Second Inaugural Address.

8. Indian Removal
Andrew Jackson, from Tennessee, was a forceful proponent of Indian removal. by the Court decision, however, and President Jackson refused to

9. Andrew Jackson's Case For The Removal Of Indians
President Andrew Jackson's Case for the Removal Act First Annual Message to Congress, 8 December 1830

10. Andrew Jackson
An indepth look at both the myths of this commoner-turned-president and the man himself. Examines Jackson's role in society, his public image, his

11. Andrew Jackson
andrew jackson, the seventh president of the United States, was born in the The following year the Tennessee legislature elected him a us senator,
Andrew Jackson
    Without union our independence and liberty would never have been achieved; without union they never can be maintained. ... The loss of liberty, of all good government, of peace, plenty, and happiness, must inevitably follow a dissolution of the Union. Andrew Jackson, Second Inaugural Address, 1833
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Childhood Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, was born in the Waxhaws area near the border between North and South Carolina on March 15, 1767. Jackson's parents lived in North Carolina but historians debate on which side of the state line the birth took place. Jackson was the third child and third son of Scots-Irish parents. His father, also named Andrew, died as the result of a logging accident just a few weeks before the future president was born. Jackson's mother, Elizabeth ("Betty") Hutchison Jackson, was by all accounts a strong, independent woman. After her husband's death she raised her three sons at the South Carolina home of one of her sisters. GO to top
The American Revolution The Declaration of Independence was signed when young Andrew was nine years old and at thirteen he joined the Continental Army as a courier. The Revolution took a toll on the Jackson family. All three boys saw active service. One of Andrew's older brothers, Hugh, died after the Battle of Stono Ferry, South Carolina in 1779, and two years later Andrew and his other brother Robert were taken prisoner for a few weeks in April 1781. While they were captives a British officer ordered them to clean his boots. The boys refused, the officer struck them with his sword and Andrew's hand was cut to the bone. Because of his ill treatment Jackson harbored a bitter resentment towards the British until his death.

12. American Presidents: Life Portraits
andrew jackson Papers at the Library of Congress with Gerard Gewalt Watch • Vignette on jackson s career in the us Senate Watch

13. Biography Of Andrew Jackson
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Andrew Jackson More nearly than any of his predecessors, Andrew Jackson was elected by popular vote; as President he sought to act as the direct representative of the common man. Born in a backwoods settlement in the Carolinas in 1767, he received sporadic education. But in his late teens he read law for about two years, and he became an outstanding young lawyer in Tennessee. Fiercely jealous of his honor, he engaged in brawls, and in a duel killed a man who cast an unjustified slur on his wife Rachel. Jackson prospered sufficiently to buy slaves and to build a mansion, the Hermitage, near Nashville. He was the first man elected from Tennessee to the House of Representatives, and he served briefly in the Senate. A major general in the War of 1812, Jackson became a national hero when he defeated the British at New Orleans.
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In 1824 some state political factions rallied around Jackson; by 1828 enough had joined "Old Hickory" to win numerous state elections and control of the Federal administration in Washington.

14. Andrew Jackson - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
jackson was the first us president to come from outside the original andrew jackson is depicted on the us $20 bill. As president, jackson worked to
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Andrew Jackson Order: 7th President John C. Calhoun Martin Van Buren March 4 March 4 ... Waxhaws area of South Carolina June 8 The Hermitage Nashville ... Tennessee Widowed Rachel Donelson Robards Jackson (niece Emily Donelson Jackson and daughter-in-law Sarah Yorke Jackson were first ladies Democrat Andrew Jackson March 15 June 8 ), one of the founders of the Democratic Party , was the seventh President of the United States , serving from to . Until his election, every President had either been from Massachusetts or a member of the Virginia plantation elite. Jackson was nicknamed "Old Hickory" and (by American Indians ) "Sharp Knife". He was the first president who had lived on the American frontier , and thus the first not primarily associated with one of the original thirteen colonies . Jackson became the symbol of an era in American history—known as the " Age of Jackson " or the " Jacksonian Era "—an era traditionally seen as dominating the years between the War of 1812 and the Civil War . A number of cities are named after him, notably

15. The President's Lady (1953)
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16. President Of The United States - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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17. US President Andrew Jackson
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Martin VanBuren BORN: March 15, 1767 Andrew Jackson's wife Rachel died after the election but before the Inauguration. Jackson never remarried and there was no First Lady during his presidency. New Lancaster County, South Carolina PROFESSION: Attorney/Professional Soldier MILITARY SERVICE: General, U.S. Army (Andrew Jackson's first military service occurred as a 13 year old member of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.) POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic HOME STATE: Tennessee POLITICAL OFFICES: U.S. Congressman, U.S. Senator, Tennessee Supreme Court Judge, Governor of Florida Territory. NICKNAME: "Old Hickory" DIED: June 8, 1845 (Age - 78) BURIED: Nashville, Tennessee "Do they think that I am such a damned fool as to think myself fit for President of the United States? No sir; I know what I am fit for. I can command a body of men in a rough way; but I am not fit to be President." Andrew Jackson upon being approached in 1822 to run for President Resigned in 1832 (First VP to resign) Click on the compass at left for a site map for the Hall of Heroes web site, that will link you to other pages inside our site. Click on the button at right to see our next president's page.

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A veteran of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, Andrew Jackson was popularly known as "Old Hickory" for his ruggedness. He gained national fame when he ran the British out of New Orleans in 1815, and he governed the Florida territory from 1821-23. He used his image as hero of the wild frontier to win the presidential elections of 1828 and then win re-election in 1832. Jackson, following the example of George Washington , chose not to seek a third term, and supported his vice president, Martin Van Buren for the presidency. Jackson was a staunch champion of states' rights against federalism, and his administration was marked by expansion in Texas, wars with the Indians and his rejection of the Bank of the United States. Jackson's wife Rachel died on 22 December 1828, six weeks after his election to the presidency... Harvard College conferred an honorary degree on President Jackson in 1833, much to the disapproval of Harvard alumnus

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    jackson, andrew military hero and seventh president of the United States (1829–37). He was the first us president to come from the area west of the
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    Andrew Jackson
    born March 15, 1767, Waxhaws region, South Carolina [U.S.]
    died June 8, 1845, the Hermitage, near Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
    Andrew Jackson, oil on canvas by Asher B. Durand, c.
    Collection of the New-York Historical Society; photograph, Corbis-Bettmann byname Old Hickory

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