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38 Facts About John Tyler
4. John Tyler retired to a Virginia plantation, originally named Walnut Grove, located on the James River in Charles City County.
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8. As the guests moved up to the deck, John Tyler paused briefly to watch his son-in-law, William Waller, sing a ditty.
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10. John Tyler was able to appoint only six other federal judges, all to United States district courts.
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11. John Tyler promised that in case an actual insurrection should break out in Rhode Island he would employ force to aid the regular, or Charter, government.
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12. John Tyler brought the long, bloody Second Seminole War to an end in 1842, and expressed interest in the forced cultural assimilation of Native Americans.
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18. When John Tyler succeeded him, he initially concurred with the new Whig Congress, signing into law the preemption bill granting "squatters' sovereignty" to settlers on public land, a Distribution Act, a new bankruptcy law, and the repeal of the Independent Treasury.
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21. John Tyler had been a vice-presidential candidate in 1836, and having him on the ticket might win Virginia, the most populous state in the South.
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22. John Tyler attended the convention and was with the Virginia delegation, although he had no official status.
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23. John Tyler had been drawn into Virginia politics even as a US Senator.
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26. In some matters John Tyler was on good terms with Jackson.
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37. John Tyler served as a Virginia state legislator, governor, US representative, and US senator.
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