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}
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
Washington on the $1, president Abraham Lincoln on the $5, Hamilton on the $10, president Andrew Jackson on the $20, president and Civil War commander Ulysses S.
She and Howard see replacing President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill as a small but significant step toward narrowing the gender gap that still exists today.
The group Women on 20s is conducting an online ballot to choose a woman to replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.
CO ANTRIM Did you know that the seventh US President Andrew Jackson had Co Antrim roots?
As previous US President Andrew Jackson stated, "All the rights secured to the citizens under the Constitution are worth nothing, and a mere bubble, except guaranteed to them by an independent and virtuous Judiciary.
This started under a statue of President Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square, just behind the White House, and just as our guide began the story of the plot to kill Lincoln, the current president, Barack Obama, swept into the White House, to the roar of a dozen Harley Davidsons.
Among the motivations he explores are President Jefferson's interest in Indian habits, missionaries' drive to change Indians' ways, the lure of Indian women for white men, fear of white women's rape by Indians as a justification for killing them, and the love lives of Sam Houston and President Andrew Jackson.
It behooves you to be watchful in your States as well as in the Federal Government," President Andrew Jackson said in his farewell address.
It was spearheaded by President Andrew Jackson, who hated bankers and banks, especially the national bank that had been founded by Alexander Hamilton.