4 edition of The story of Old Hickory, Andrew Jackson. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Henry W. Elson, A.M.|
|Series||New century series. [from old catalog]|
|LC Classifications||E382 .E49|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||ltf91094267|
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Biography of Andrew Jackson Early Life Born to poor Irish immigrants on Ma , near Camden, South Carolina, no one could have possibly written the story that would become Andrew Jackson’s life. Two years earlier, his parents, Andrew and Elizabeth, and two older brothers, Hugh and Robert, had emigrated from Northern Ireland. Jackson was. Andrew Jackson has the dubious honor of being the first President to have an assassination attempt made upon his life. Picture this: year-old Andrew Jackson is walking across the Capitol Rotunda. Richard Lawrence, an unemployed house painter, moves to the front of the crowd. He fires two pistol shots into the President.
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In this excellent biography by Hendrik Booraem we learn of the time, the events and the people that bent the twig that would grow into Old Hickory, the seventh president of the United States -- Andrew Jackson. Old Hickory is but one of the many nicknames that adhered to President Jackson.
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At the age of 13, Andrew Jackson fought in the American Revolution and became an early patriot to the “cause”, but at the expense of his remaining living family. An orphan by 14, Jackson had to grow up fast, and he did so with a fire in his belly.
more General Jackson. "Andrew Jackson was born on Mato Andrew and Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson, Scots-Irish colonists who emigrated from Ireland in Though Jackson’s birthplace is presumed to have been at one of his uncles' houses in the remote Waxhaws region that straddles North Carolina and South Carolina, the exact location is unknown since.
Andrew Jackson with the Tennessee Forces on the Hickory Grounds. Courtesy Library of Congress, LC-DIG-pga In earlyAndrew Jackson was an untested military leader whose political positions had already drawn the ire of the Madison administration.
Quick to take offense, Jackson was known for his sudden flashes of rage and propensity. Andrew Jackson's House: The Hermitage InJackson acquired an expansive plantation in Davidson County, Tennessee (near Nashville), called the Hermitage.
At the outset, nine African American Born: The more land Andrew Jackson accrued, the more slaves he procured to work it.
Thus, the Jackson family’s survival was made possible by the profit garnered from the crops worked by the enslaved on a daily basis. When Andrew Jackson bought The Hermitage inhe owned nine enslaved African Americans.
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As a child he would receive only a sporadic education in backwoods schools, and at age thirteen, Jackson would join the Revolutionary War as a courier with a local patriot regiment. Andrew Jackson Elementary School - Shute Lane, Old Hickory, Tennessee - Rated 5 based on 22 Reviews "So glad to have found Andrew Jackson on 5/5(22).
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