1. President Andrew Jackson realized that these European bankers would wrest financial control of our country if they ever gained control of our central bank.
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3. President Andrew Jackson was an enemy of the group of powerful international bankers who had gained control of the banks of England and France.
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6. In that episode President 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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7. President Andrew Jackson maintained that he was born in South Carolina, and the weight of evidence supports his assertion.
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9. President Andrew Jackson read law in his late teens and earned admission to the North Carolina bar in 1787.
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10. President Andrew Jackson really did have a giant block of cheese in the White House.
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20. President Andrew Jackson's parents were Scots-Irish colonists President Andrew Jackson and Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson, Presbyterians who had emigrated from present day Northern Ireland two years earlier.
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34. President 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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37. President 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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40. On May 18, 1836, President Andrew Jackson signed a law creating and funding the oceanic United States Exploring Expedition.
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43. President 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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52. President Andrew Jackson used the issue to promote his democratic values, believing the Bank was being run exclusively for the wealthy.
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58. President 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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60. President Andrew Jackson enforced the Tenure of Office Act, signed by President Monroe in 1820, that limited appointed office tenure and authorized the president to remove and appoint political party associates.
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63. President Andrew Jackson replaced Barry with Treasury Auditor and prominent Kitchen Cabinet member Amos Kendall, who went on to implement much needed reforms in the Post Office Department.
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71. President 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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75. President Andrew Jackson was charged with preventing Florida from becoming a refuge for runaway slaves, after Spain promised freedom to fugitive slaves.
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78. President Andrew Jackson abandoned Pensacola to the Spanish, placed a force in Mobile, Alabama to guard against a possible invasion there, and rushed the rest of his force west to defend the city.
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85. President Andrew Jackson traveled to Richmond, Virginia, to testify on Burr's behalf in trial.
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86. President Andrew Jackson acted cautiously at first, but wrote letters to public officials, including President Thomas Jefferson, vaguely warning them about the scheme.
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89. President Andrew Jackson seems to have been planning a military operation to conquer Spanish Florida and drive the Spanish from Texas.
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92. President Andrew Jackson was a member of the Democratic-Republican Party, the dominant party in Tennessee.
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95. President Andrew Jackson moved to the small frontier town of Nashville in 1788, where he lived as a boarder with Rachel Stockly Donelson, the widow of John Donelson.
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97. President Andrew Jackson's parents were Scots-Irish colonists Andrew and Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson, Presbyterians who had emigrated from present day Northern Ireland two years earlier.
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