President Andrew Johnson


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Noun1.President Andrew Johnson - 17th President of the United StatesPresident Andrew Johnson - 17th President of the United States; was elected vice president and succeeded Lincoln when Lincoln was assassinated; was impeached but acquitted by one vote (1808-1875)
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ON MARCH 27, 1866, President Andrew Johnson sent a message to Congress vetoing the landmark civil rights bill it had just passed.
a wonderful story detailing the life of President Andrew Johnson.
In 1868, President Andrew Johnson granted an unconditional pardon to all persons involved in the Southern rebellion that resulted in the Civil War.
He was like a kid in a candy store, bouncing around and telling us about the history of the office he had just inherited; it had been used as a temporary executive office by President Andrew Johnson in 1865 when he assumed the presidency following the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
President Andrew Johnson did likewise after the American civil war.
Thomas was also temporary Secretary of War after the Civil War ended and played a role in stopping impeachment proceedings against President Andrew Johnson.
But in the summer of 1865, President Andrew Johnson began giving parcels of land that had already been distributed to former slaves back to their previous owners.
President Andrew Johnson, and is home to Bristol Motor Speedway and the Appalachian Caverns.
Vice President Andrew Johnson, although hailing from Tennessee, had been a staunch foe of secession and an enemy of the planter class.
She kept the nest that hatched the egg" said President Andrew Johnson, whose failure to grant clemency to Mrs.
Seward and an attempt to kill vice president Andrew Johnson only failed because the would-be assassin, George Atzerodt, lost his nerve.
That same night, Lewis Payne stabbed secretary of state William H Seward and an attempt to kill vice president Andrew Johnson failed because would-be assassin, George Atzerodt, lost his nerve.