Andrew Jackson
Medical Conditions
Major depression
Smallpox
Cause Of Death
Heart failure
Edema
Tuberculosis
V.P.
Martin Van Buren
John C. Calhoun
Presidency
7
Age
Dec. at 78 (1767-1845)
Series Written
The Papers of Andrew Jackson
Category
US President
Films
Superdad
Works Written
The Papers of Andrew Jackson
Volume 1: 1770-1803
Andrew Jackson
1767-1845
Correspondence of Andrew Jackson
The Papers of Andrew Jackson
Volume 7: 1829
Correspondence between Major General Jackson
and Brevet Major General Scott
on the subject of an order
bearing date the 22d April
1817
Dear Sir
through life I have held it a sacred duty I owed to my country and myself
never to give my suffrage to a candidate for a seat in the Congress of the United States
unless I was convinced that his Political sentiments were congenial with those he represented
Falling behind
Papers
1775-1860
Farewell address of Andrew Jackson to the people of the United States: and the Inaugural address of Martin Van Buren
President of the United States
Credits
All My Children
Shadow Builder
Edison
Seed
Birthdate
1767-03-15
Birthplace
Waxhaws
Party (if partisan)
Jacksonian Democratic Party
Nationality
United States of America
Children
Andrew Jackson Donelson
Daniel Smith Donelson
Lyncoya Jackson
John Samuel Donelson
Andrew Jackson Hutchings
Andrew Jackson Jr.
Theodore Jackson
Caroline Butler
Eliza Butler
Edward Butler
Anthony Butler
Titles
President
Governor
Member of Congress
Senator
Height
6'0"
Profession
Prosecutor
Judge
Politician
Soldier
Farmer
District
Tennessee
Tennessee's at-large congressional district
Title
United States Senator
President of the United States
United States Representative
Governor of Florida
Party
Jacksonian Democratic Party
Democratic Party
Democratic-Republican Party
Governmental Body
United States House of Representatives
United States Senate

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845) was an American soldier and statesman who served as the seventh president of the United States from 1829 to 1837. Before being elected to the presidency, Jackson gained fame as a general in the United States Army and served in both houses of Congress. As president, Jackson sought to advance the rights of the "common man" against a "corrupt aristocracy" and to preserve the Union. Born in the colonial Carolinas to a ... more on Wikipedia

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