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United States Presidents Gallery at Madame Tussauds DC

Andrew Jackson - President from 1829-1837 ... authorized the removal of Cherokees from their homelands, this atrocity is better known as the TRAIL OF TEARS.


Andrew Jackson was the seventh President of the United States. He created the modern Democratic Party and fought for the common man. He changed the Presidency with his distrust of large and centralized government.


Portrait said to be of Andrew Jackson by Frederick Spencer, but hair and eye color are inaccurate if it is Jackson. Another site suggests the painting is attributed to Charles Bird King, circa 1819. this painting is most likely the "unlocated" portrait referenced in The Paintings of Charles Bird King (1785-1862) by Andrew J. Cosentino


PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON. He is the ONE, the SINGLE, the ONLY President in history to have had no debt on his people. We were debtless then... so whats the damn problem?

We put Andrew Jackson on trial. You decide his historical fate #TEDEd


Andrew Jackson was the seventh President of the United States (1829–1837). Born in what is now the border between North and South Carolina, Jackson served in the militia during the American Revolutionary War. After the war, he returned home to serve as a country lawyer, and in 1796 played a role in the founding of the state of Tennessee. #Glogster #AndrewJackson #President


Andrew Jackson Currier Print & Watercolor, hand-colored small folio lithograph with touches of gum arabic

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10 Presidential Scandals You Should Know

Before Andrew Jackson was president he married Rachel Donelson in 1791. She had previously been married and believed that she was legally divorced. However, after marrying Jackson, Rachel found out this was not the case. Her first husband charged her with adultery. Jackson would have to wait until 1794 to legally marry Rachel. Even though this happened over thirty years previously, it was used against Jackson in the election of 1828. Jackson blamed Rachel's untimely death two months later on…

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Lessons in Manliness from President Andrew Jackson

Lessons in Manliness from Andrew Jackson


Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), seventh president of the United States (1829-1837), lived just long enough to have had a few photographic portraits taken.