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Transcript of Andrew Jackson
Date Born:March 15,1767
Place Born: Wax haw area,on North/south Carolina border
Married to: Rachel Robards, Emily Donelson, Sara Jackson
Children:Andrew Jackson JR.(Adopted Nephew)
Date Died:June 8,1845
Place Died:The Hermitage,Nashville,Tennessee. Education:Little Formal Education
Jobs before he became president: Lawyer, soldier, politician, farmer, storekeeper
Becoming The President:
Number of the president:7th president
Vice President: John C. Calhoun (1829-1832)
Martin Van Buren (1832-1837)
Terms served: two
Years served:(1829-1837) The Presidential Years Why did he leave his office?
He chose not to run again.
What did he do after leaving office?
He rode horses and looked over his plantation every day, he didn't really have a job. after the presidency When Jackson was 61 he moved to the White House. During Jackson was president, Chereokee, Choctaw, Creek, and other Native Americans lost a lot of land to the United States. President Andrew made laws forcing thousands of Native Americans to leave their homes and go further to the west. Jackson often didn't agree with Crongress, and used his veto power to make new laws stop from being made.
Other Interesting facts about your President
Andrew Jackson's parents and his two older brothers moved to Ireland two years before he was born. At the same time, South Carolina was one of the 13 British colonies. Andrew loved playing games, riding horses, wrestling, and running or racing. He also loved competing with others. More Presidential Years Book:
Title Andrew Jakson
Author Barbra A. Somerville
Publisher Compass point books
Place of Publication Minneapolis, Minnesota
Copyright Year 2003
Article Title American President: Andrew Jackson
Date accessed 3/14/2013 Before the Presidency