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1829
   President of the United States was   
Andrew Jackson
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Andrew Jackson
7th U.S. President
7th
   President of the United States was   
Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson
   served as U.S. President as a   
Democrat
John Calhoun
   served as Vice-President under   
John Quincy Adams / Andrew Jackson
Resigned from office
Martin Van Buren
   served as Vice-President under   
Andrew Jackson
The first Democrat VP
Andrew Jackson
   was a   
Career Military
Andrew Jackson
   was a   
Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives
Andrew Jackson
   was a   
Lawyer
Andrew Jackson
   was born in   
North Carolina
Historians unsure of whether it was North or South Carolina
Andrew Jackson
   was the   
First President Whose Parents Were Immigrants
Parents immigrated from Ireland, 1765
Andrew Jackson
   First Lady was   
Rachel Donelson
Andrew Jackson
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1829
Andrew Jackson
   had the nickname   
Old Hickory
Andrew Jackson
   had the nickname   
The Hero of New Orleans
Andrew Jackson
   had the nickname   
King Andrew the First
Andrew Jackson
   had the nickname   
Mischievous Andy
Andrew Jackson
   had the nickname   
Sharp Knife
Name given to him by the Creek Indians whom he fought in 1814
John McLean
   was appointed by   
Andrew Jackson
1830-1861
Henry Baldwin
   was appointed by   
Andrew Jackson
1830-1844
James Moore Wayne
   was appointed by   
Andrew Jackson
1835-1867
Roger Brooke Taney
   was appointed by   
Andrew Jackson
1836-1864, Chief Justice
Philip Pendelton Barbour
   was appointed by   
Andrew Jackson
1836-1841
Henry Clay
   lost the election to   
Andrew Jackson
1832
John Floyd
   lost the election to   
Andrew Jackson
1832
William Wirt
   lost the election to   
Andrew Jackson
1832
Truxton
   was ridden by   
Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson
   is featured in the biography   
American Lion
Jon Meacham; 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Biography
Andrew Jackson
   is   

7th US President, 1829-1837
March 4, 1829
   the oath was recited by   
Andrew Jackson
East Portico, U.S. Capitol by John Marshall, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
March 4, 1833
   the oath was recited by   
Andrew Jackson
House Chamber, U.S. Capitol by John Marshall, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
Andrew Jackson
   said   
"One Man With Courage Makes a Majority"
7th American president






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