Jackson Andrew


, Andrew Known as "Old Hickory." 1767-1845.
The seventh president of the United States (1829-1837), who as an officer in the War of 1812 defeated the British at New Orleans (1815). As president he opposed the Bank of the United States, strengthened federal and presidential powers, and pursued policies that forced thousands of Native Americans to relocate to the western United States.
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Byline: Andrew JACKSON andrew.jackson@examiner.co.uk
Groomsmen were Joseph Jackson Andrews, Lewis Napoleon Downing Michael Paul Eaton, Stuart Allen Emerson, Sean Embry Gould, James Carter Landis Jr., Lewis Carlyle Mckinney III, George Hite McLean III, Matson Grear O'Rear, Gregory Clayton Waidner, and Robert Tyler Wohrman.
Critique: A superb example of a paranormal romance and suspense thriller, author Jackson Andrews' "Midnight In Hell" grabs the readers total and rapt attention from beginning to end and documents the author as a first class novelist and wordsmith.