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Internet Biography of Andrew Jackson

by William P. Meyers

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Related Sites

Essays on President Andrew Jackson by William P. Meyers

Andrew Jackson at Wikipedia
White House Biography of President Jackson A dirt-free very short bio.
State Library of North Carolina Jackson biography. Short but hits the highlights.
The Hermitage. Andrew Jackson's home, now a museum.
Andrew Jackson's 1830 message to Congress On Indian Removal


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