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45 Facts About Andrew Johnson
2. Andrew Johnson is a vital team member of Ray White Punchbowl, he strives in all areas and achieves great results.
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8. Andrew Johnson was seen as a likely victor in the Senate election, although hated by Radical Republicans, and by some Democrats because of his wartime activities.
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11. Andrew Johnson sought nomination by the 1868 Democratic National Convention in New York in July 1868.
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22. Andrew Johnson presided with dignity over Lincoln's funeral ceremonies in Washington, before his predecessor's body was sent home to Springfield, Illinois, for interment.
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27. Andrew Johnson hoped that he would be a compromise candidate for the presidential nomination as the Democratic Party tore itself apart over the slavery question.
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29. Andrew Johnson decided not to seek a third term as governor, with an eye towards election to the US Senate.
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31. In his first biennial speech, Andrew Johnson urged simplification of the state judicial system, abolition of the Bank of Tennessee, and establishment of an agency to provide uniformity in weights and measures; the last was passed.
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35. In his second term, Andrew Johnson supported the Polk administration's decision to fight the Mexican War, seen by some Northerners as an attempt to gain territory to expand slavery westward, and opposed the Wilmot Proviso, a proposal to ban slavery in any territory gained from Mexico.
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36. Andrew Johnson believed, as did many Southern Democrats, that the Constitution protected private property, including slaves, and thus prohibited the federal and state governments from abolishing slavery.
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39. Andrew Johnson left North Carolina for Tennessee, traveling mostly on foot.
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43. Andrew Johnson was born in poverty in Raleigh, North Carolina and never attended school.
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45. Andrew Johnson was the 17th President of the United States, serving from 1865 to 1869.
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