101 Facts About Andrew Jackson

1. President Andrew Jackson felt Indians would never assimilate into white culture and that they would only serve to cause further problems for the white man.

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2. Andrew Jackson was elected Senator in 1797, leaving him with the title of first elected Senator of Tennessee.

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3. Andrew Jackson was known to have a quick temper, enjoy gambling, and dueling.

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4. Andrew Jackson was born in the Waxhaws wilderness, somewhere along the border of North and South Carolina.

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5. Andrew Jackson are set to bring much-needed ball skills as well.

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6. Andrew Jackson used her influence to bring Andrew Jackson closer to religion, and he famously promised her that, when free of politics, he too would join the church.

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7. In December 1832, Andrew Jackson issued a resounding proclamation against the "nullifiers", stating that he considered "the power to annul a law of the United States, assumed by one State, incompatible with the existence of the Union, contradicted expressly by the letter of the Constitution, unauthorized by its spirit, inconsistent with every principle on which it was founded, and destructive of the great object for which it was formed.

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8. Andrew Jackson met Margaret in December 1823, when he traveled to Washington as the new junior senator from Tennessee and boarded at the Franklin House.

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9. Andrew Jackson was ill at the time, but nevertheless continued into town.

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10. Andrew Jackson championed the creditors, mostly merchants, and he prosecuted the cases boldly and successfully.

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11. Andrew Jackson took up residence in an inn run by the widow Donelson and her children, including her daughter Rachel Donelson Robards.

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12. At this early stage in his career, Andrew Jackson began to earn a reputation for pugnacity.

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13. At the age of 20, Andrew Jackson was ready to begin his life of public service in the courtrooms of North Carolina.

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14. Andrew Jackson became the first governor of Florida on July 17, 1821.

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15. Andrew Jackson took many buying trips to stock his stores, traveling to major cities like New Orleans, New York, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.

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16. Andrew Jackson read law in his late teens and earned admission to the North Carolina bar in 1787.

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17. On 8 June, 1845, Andrew Jackson died of chronic tuberculosis, dropsy, and heart failure.

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18. Andrew Jackson said he liked the term and used it as a symbol of the Democrats.

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19. Andrew Jackson was referred by his opponents as 'Jackass' during the elections.

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20. Andrew Jackson gambled on the chance that Dickinson's aim might be a bit off target in his hurry to shoot first and hence he let Dickinson shoot first.

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21. Andrew Jackson was major general in the War of 1812 against the United Kingdom of Great Britain.

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22. Andrew Jackson had left office more popular than when he entered it.

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23. In that episode Andrew Jackson had captured the Spanish forts at St Marks, Pensacola, and several other towns, and claimed the surrounding territory for the United States.

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24. Andrew Jackson maintained that he was born in South Carolina, and the weight of evidence supports his assertion.

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25. Andrew Jackson was born on the western frontier of the Carolinas, an area that was in dispute between North Carolina and South Carolina, and both states have claimed him as a native son.

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26. Andrew Jackson can be adjudged as the nation's first frontier president and his election became a turning point in American history with the shifting of political clout from the East to the West.

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27. Andrew Jackson continues to be widely regarded as one of the most influential US presidents in history, as well as one of the most aggressive and controversial.

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28. Andrew Jackson was the first president to invite the public to attend the inauguration ball at the White House, which quickly earned him popularity.

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29. Andrew Jackson was born in 1767 in the Waxhaws region between North Carolina and South Carolina.

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30. Andrew Jackson was elected the seventh president of the United States in 1828.

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31. Andrew Jackson is with the Browns now, and let me tell you, he is brilliant.

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32. Andrew Jackson sees Dorsey skillfully managing the balance of in-house power with the Haslams, owners Jimmy and Dee.

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33. Andrew Jackson joined the Browns as a Round 2 draft pick in 2006 and stayed with the team through the 2013 season.

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34. On this day in 1835, Andrew Jackson becomes the first American president to experience an assassination attempt.

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35. Andrew Jackson is the protagonist of the comedic historic rock musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson with music and lyrics by Michael Friedman and book by Alex Timbers.

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36. Andrew Jackson has long been honored, along with Thomas Jefferson, in the Jefferson–Jackson Day fundraising dinners held by state Democratic Party organizations to honor the two men whom the party regards as its founders.

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37. Andrew Jackson wore trousers, and he had stopped speaking with a British accent.

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38. Andrew Jackson is a favorite who sometimes treats his master roughly.

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39. Andrew Jackson was the only US president to have served as Grand Master of a state's Grand Lodge until Harry S Truman in 1945.

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40. Andrew Jackson is gone, but his memory lives, and will continue to live.

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41. Andrew Jackson insisted that Texas was part of the Louisiana Purchase and therefore rightfully belonged to the United States.

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42. Andrew Jackson favored the nomination of Polk for vice president at the 1840 Democratic National Convention over controversial incumbent Richard Mentor Johnson.

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43. Andrew Jackson was a firm advocate of the federal union of the states and rejected any talk of secession, insisting, "I will die with the Union.

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44. Andrew Jackson was generally regarded as a good and respectable judge, but his opinion in Dred Scott v Sandford largely overshadows his career.

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45. Andrew Jackson put Secretary of the Navy Mahlon Dickerson in charge, to assemble suitable ships, officers, and scientific staff for the expedition; with a planned launch before Jackson's term of office expired.

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46. Andrew Jackson supported the solution of Postmaster General Amos Kendall, which gave Southern postmasters discretionary powers to either send or detain the anti-slavery tracts.

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47. Andrew Jackson fiercely disliked the abolitionists, whom he believed were, by instituting sectional jealousies, attempting to destroy the Union.

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48. Andrew Jackson blamed Jackson for the loss of his job.

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49. Andrew Jackson fled the scene chased by several members of Jackson's party, including the writer Washington Irving.

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50. Andrew Jackson had ordered the dismissal of Robert B Randolph from the navy for embezzlement.

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51. Andrew Jackson removed McLane from the Treasury Department, having him serve instead as Secretary of State, replacing Edward Livingston.

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52. In December 1832, Andrew Jackson issued a resounding proclamation against the "nullifiers", stating that he considered "the power to annul a law of the United States, assumed by one State, incompatible with the existence of the Union, contradicted expressly by the letter of the Constitution, unauthorized by its spirit, inconsistent with every principle on which it was founded, and destructive of the great object for which it was formed.

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53. Andrew Jackson enlisted the help of longtime supporter Francis Preston Blair, who in November 1830 established a newspaper known as the Washington Globe, which from then on served as the primary mouthpiece of the Democratic Party.

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54. Andrew Jackson supported an act in July 1836 that enabled widows of Revolutionary War soldiers who met certain criteria to receive their husband's pensions.

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55. Andrew Jackson could now see his main chance to strike hard; he took the side of Jackson and Eaton.

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56. Andrew Jackson promised to pursue "reform" by removing power from "unfaithful or incompetent hands.

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57. Andrew Jackson called for term limits on presidents and the abolition of the Electoral College.

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58. Andrew Jackson rejected the view of a powerful and independent Supreme Court with binding decisions, arguing that "the Congress, the Executive, and the Court must each or itself be guided by its own opinions of the Constitution.

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59. Andrew Jackson threw his support behind Adams, who shared Clay's support for federally funded internal improvements such as roads and canals.

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60. Andrew Jackson was the only candidate to win states outside of his regional base, as Adams dominated New England, Clay took three western states, and Crawford won Virginia and Georgia.

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61. Andrew Jackson regularly coughed up blood, and his entire body shook.

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62. Andrew Jackson signed treaties with the Cherokee and Chickasaw which gained for the United States large parts of Tennessee and Kentucky.

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63. Andrew Jackson sent Coffee with the cavalry back to Tennessee to secure more enlistments.

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64. Andrew Jackson faced financial ruin, until his former aide-de-camp Thomas Benton persuaded Secretary Armstrong to order the army to pay the expenses Jackson had incurred.

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65. Andrew Jackson paid for provisions for the men out of his own pocket.

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66. Andrew Jackson was further outraged when he learned from the same man of the involvement of Brigadier General James Wilkinson, whom he deeply disliked, in the plan.

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67. Andrew Jackson seems to have been planning a military operation to conquer Spanish Florida and drive the Spanish from Texas.

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68. Andrew Jackson built a home and the first general store in Gallatin, Tennessee, in 1803.

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69. Andrew Jackson was a member of the Democratic-Republican Party, the dominant party in Tennessee.

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70. Andrew Jackson was one of the three original investors who founded Memphis, Tennessee, in 1819.

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71. Andrew Jackson is a more crucial pickup for owners but there is some legitimate upside here considering how well Andrew Luck and the Colts' offense are playing at this point of the season.

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72. President Andrew Jackson said it was apparent that there was not enough knowledge $10,000 and the Department of Event Programming was given the remaining $15,000.

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73. Andrew Jackson cross country teams attempt to conquer Saturday's state meet.

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74. Houston Texans safety Kareem Andrew Jackson talks with NFL Network's Andrew Siciliano about how they have flipped the switch on the season, what the addition of his childhood friend wide receiver.

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75. Andrew Jackson is the first school in North Florida and one of the few in Florida that are able to offer this technology to students.

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76. Andrew Jackson has appeared on US banknotes as far back as 1869, and extending into the 21st century.

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77. In the 20th century, Andrew Jackson was written about by many admirers.

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78. Andrew Jackson was criticized by his contemporary Alexis de Tocqueville in Democracy in America for flattering the dominant ideas of his time, including the mistrust over the federal power, for sometimes enforcing his view by force and disrespect towards the institutions and the law:.

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79. Andrew Jackson remains one of the most studied and controversial figures in American history.

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80. Andrew Jackson was a Freemason, initiated at Harmony Lodge No 1 in Tennessee; he participated in chartering several other lodges in Tennessee.

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81. Andrew Jackson died at his plantation on June 8, 1845, at the age of 78, of chronic dropsy and heart failure.

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82. Andrew Jackson convinced Tyler to drop his plans of running for re-election as an independent by promising, as Tyler requested, to welcome the president and his allies back into the Democratic Party and by instructing Blair to stop criticizing the president.

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83. If the plan failed, Andrew Jackson warned, Texas would not join the Union and would potentially fall victim to a Mexican invasion supported by the British.

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84. Andrew Jackson strongly favored the annexation of Texas, a feat he had been unable to accomplish during his own presidency.

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85. Andrew Jackson was encouraged because Tyler had a strong independent streak and was not bound by party lines.

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86. Andrew Jackson continued to denounce the "perfidy and treachery" of banks and urged his successor, Van Buren, to repudiate the Specie Circular as president.

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87. On the last full day of his presidency, Andrew Jackson nominated John Catron, who was confirmed.

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88. On May 18, 1836, Andrew Jackson signed a law creating and funding the oceanic United States Exploring Expedition.

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89. Andrew Jackson initially opposed any federal exploratory scientific expeditions during his first term in office.

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90. Andrew Jackson wanted sectional peace, and desired to placate Southerners ahead of the 1836 election.

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91. On May 6, 1833, Andrew Jackson sailed on USS Cygnet to Fredericksburg, Virginia, where he was to lay the cornerstone on a monument near the grave of Mary Ball Washington, George Washington's mother.

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92. On January 1, 1835, Andrew Jackson paid off the entire national debt, the only time in US history that has been accomplished.

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93. Andrew Jackson called the passage of these resolutions a "glorious triumph.

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94. Andrew Jackson called Clay "reckless and as full of fury as a drunken man in a brothel.

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95. Andrew Jackson believed the solid victory was a popular mandate for his veto of the Bank's recharter and his continued warfare on the Bank's control over the national economy.

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96. In his address to Congress in 1830, Andrew Jackson called for a substitute for the Bank that would have no private stockholders and no ability to lend or purchase land.

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97. Andrew Jackson stated the Bank made "the rich richer and the potent more powerful.

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98. Andrew Jackson used the issue to promote his democratic values, believing the Bank was being run exclusively for the wealthy.

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99. Andrew Jackson failed in his efforts to open trade with China and Japan and was unsuccessful at thwarting Great Britain's presence and power in South America.

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100. Andrew Jackson formally recognized the Republic of Texas, nominating Alcee Louis la Branche as charge d'affaires on the last full day of his presidency, March 3, 1837.

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101. Andrew Jackson was hesitant in recognizing Texas, unconvinced that the new republic could maintain independence from Mexico, and not wanting to make Texas an anti-slavery issue during the 1836 election.

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