Andrew Jackson

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Noun1.Andrew Jackson - 7th president of the USAndrew Jackson - 7th president of the US; successfully defended New Orleans from the British in 1815; expanded the power of the presidency (1767-1845)
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President Andrew Jackson in 1833 withdrew the federal government deposits from the Bank of the United States, leading to a major financial panic}
A large portion of a famed Magnolia tree planted on the south grounds of the White House by President Andrew Jackson will be removed because it is weak and poses a safety risk, a spokeswoman for first lady Melania Trump said Tuesday.
Calhoun becomes the first US Vice-President to resign, stepping down over differences with President Andrew Jackson.
It wasn't a particularly well-planned ceremony - it was held beneath a portrait of President Andrew Jackson, who occupies a place of infamy in Native American history.
US President Donald Trump hosts an event honouring the Native American code talkers, including Thomas Begay (left) and Peter McDonald, in front of a painting of President Andrew Jackson, at the White House in Washington.
The 30th Infantry Old Hickory Division of the Army, named after Tennessee native President Andrew Jackson, was comprised of troops from Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
The comparisons between President Andrew Jackson, "Old Hickory," our seventh president, and President Donald Trump are remarkable.
That spot is currently occupied by President Andrew Jackson, whose image will move to the back.
And why not get rid of President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill instead, since his legacy has come under criticism lately?
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- USA, is going to change the portrait on the 20 banknotes, instead of the picture of old president Andrew Jackson, there will be Harriet Tubman.
Over the years, many books and investigations have been made of the Bell Witch, including one by president Andrew Jackson.
President Andrew Jackson, Cherokee Chief John Ross, and a Great American Land Grab