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Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845) was an American lawyer, planter, general, and statesman who served as the seventh president of the United States from 1829 to 1837. Before his presidency, he gained fame as a general in the U.S. Army and served in both houses of the U.S. Congress. Often praised as an advocate for ordinary Americans and for his work in preserving the union of states, Jackson has also been criticized for his racial policies, particularly his treatment of Native Americans. More about Andrew Jackson

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Jackson was born in the colonial Carolinas before the American Revolutionary War. He became a frontier lawyer and married Rachel Donelson Robards. He briefly served in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, representing Tennessee. After resigning, he served as a justice on the Tennessee Superior Court from 1798 until 1804. Jackson purchased a property later known as the Hermitage, becoming a wealthy planter who owned hundreds of African American slaves during his lifetime. In 1801, he was appointed colonel of the Tennessee militia, and was elected its commander. He led troops during the Creek War of 1813–1814, winning the Battle of Horseshoe Bend and negotiating the Treaty of Fort Jackson that required the indigenous Creek population to surrender vast tracts of present-day Alabama and Georgia. In the concurrent war against the British, Jackson's victory at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815 made him a national hero. He later commanded U.S. forces in the First Seminole War, which led to the annexation of Florida from Spain. Jackson briefly served as Florida's first territorial governor before returning to the Senate. He ran for president in 1824. He won a plurality of the popular and electoral vote, but no candidate won the electoral majority. With the help of Henry Clay, the House of Representatives elected John Quincy Adams in a contingent election. Jackson's supporters alleged that there was a "corrupt bargain" between Adams and Clay and began creating their own political organization that would eventually become the Democratic Party.

Jackson ran again in 1828, defeating Adams in a landslide. In 1830, he signed the Indian Removal Act. This act, which has been described as ethnic cleansing, displaced tens of thousands of Native Americans from their ancestral homelands east of the Mississippi and resulted in thousands of deaths. Jackson faced a challenge to the integrity of the federal union when South Carolina threatened to nullify a high protective tariff set by the federal government. He threatened the use of military force to enforce the tariff, but the crisis was defused when it was amended. In 1832, he vetoed a bill by Congress to reauthorize the Second Bank of the United States, arguing that it was a corrupt institution. After a lengthy struggle, the Bank was dismantled. In 1835, Jackson became the only president to pay off the national debt. He survived the first assassination attempt on a sitting president. In one of his final presidential acts, he recognized the Republic of Texas. Read even more about Andrew Jackson at Wikipedia

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The most expensive item with a signature of Andrew Jackson (1832 ANDREW JACKSON Signed First US Federal Penitentiary Authorization... Lot 15) was sold in February 2018 for $8000.00 while the cheapest item (✅ 2022 Topps Chrome Andrew Jackson Autograph RC LA Dodgers Auto Rookie #RA-AJ) found a new owner for $0.99 in March 2023. The month with the most items sold (9) was January 2016 with an average selling price of $500.00 for an autographed item of Andrew Jackson. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in January 2022 with $3500.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $4.00 was January 2023. In average, an autographed item from Andrew Jackson is worth $189.25.

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Latest News about Andrew Jackson

These four women may replace Andrew Jackson on $20 bill (04/09/15): The group pushing the change says: "A woman's place is on the money." Should it be? Go to news article

Group pushing for a woman to replace Andrew Jackson on $20 bill reveals their fi (04/09/15): A group that hopes to get the U.S. mint to replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with a woman are down to four candidates for the honor, including Eleanor Roosevelt and Rosa Parks. read more

Are Andrew Jackson's Days on the $20 Bill Numbered? (04/06/15): A group petitioning to put a woman on the $20 bill have narrowed the candidate list to four after hundreds of thousands of online votes were cast. Go to news article

It's time to boot Andrew Jackson off the 20-dollar bill: Viewpoint (03/27/15): Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time. Don't have an account? Go to news article

There Is No Good Reason Why A Woman Shouldn't Replace Andrew Jackson On The $20 (03/25/15):   A campaign to put a woman on the face of the $20 bill has gained momentum during Women's History month, bringing us a critical step closer to making the long overdue idea a reality. The Women On 20s campaign, launched by Barbara Ortiz Howard, has racked up more than 150,000 votes [...] Go to news article

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It's time to boot Andrew Jackson off the 20-dollar bill: Viewpoint (03/2015): Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time. Don't have an account? Go to news article

Father teaches math at Andrew Jackson High School (02/2015): The parents charged with the murder of a 4-year-old beat the girl to death on Friday using a 1-by-2 piece of lumber, and the abuse of the child had gone on for months, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Go to news article

Colts linebacker Andrew Jackson arrested in DUI case in Kentucky (01/2015): Indianapolis Colts linebacker Andrew Jackson has been arrested on a drunken driving charge in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Go to news article

Sign This: Another Petition to Remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 Bill (12/2014): “Andrew Jackson was a racist president that sympathized with the South regarding slavery, and supported the forced removal of thousands of Native Americans from their traditiona...

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Launching New Exhibit, Allowing Military in Free in 2 (11/2014): To commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, The Hermitage is launching a major new $1.1 million exhibit on January 8, 2015, and inviting all U.S. mili

No Refund Theatre performs 'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' (10/2014): No Refund Theatre’s “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” left the crowd in tears and stomachs aching of laughter at last night’s performance. With all the historical and explicit content, the punk rock genre kept the musical modern and up to date with today’s music.

President Andrew Jackson's bible on display at UT (09/2014): The personal bible of President Andrew Jackson is now on display at the University of Tennessee.                

Calhoun Academy, Andrew Jackson and other jamborees (08/2014): Calhoun Academy Jamboree

Plugging into Phoenix music: Andrew Jackson Jihad (07/2014): This week's Metro Phoenix music scene report checks in on Andrew Jackson Jihad, the Invincible Grins and Dogbreth.                

This week in Michigan history: President Andrew Jackson signs act clearing way f (06/2014): The Northern Ohio Boundary Bill, which Congress passed, gave Toledo to Ohio and most of the Upper Peninsula to Michigan, along with immediate statehood, if Michigan agreed to the terms.

Kris Kristofferson to Play Andrew Jackson in History Miniseries (05/2014): History's "Texas Rising" has cast its president. Singer-actor Kris Kristofferson has been tapped to play President Andrew Jackson in the eight-hour...

In Andrew Jackson we trust (04/2014): The birth of the US Federal Reserve in 1913 was a triumph for an anti-market union that fought for inflation, bail-outs and control of government.

10 Interesting Facts About Andrew Jackson (03/2014): Andrew Jackson earned the nickname "Old Hickory" for helping beat the British at the Battle of New Orleans. What are some other interesting facts about the seventh president? Contributor: Tom Harrington Published: Mar 20, 2014

Hot Ticket: Avett Brothers; ‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson’ (02/2014): MUSIC Avett Brothers at Petersen Banjos. Suddenly, they’re everywhere. You can thank the Avett Brothers for that. These North Carolinians weren’t the first, obviously, but ...

Rock out with 'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' concert/musical at Actors' Theatre (01/2014): Don’t have an account? Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time. Want to set your local edition? Go to news article

Raines to face Andrew Jackson in the finals (12/2013): JACKSONVILLE, Fla. --  The Raines Vikings handed the Ribault Trojans their first loss of the season in the semi-finals of the Northwest Christmas Tournament in overtime 75-72.

One case of TB exposure at Andrew Jackson High (11/2013): JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- One student has tested positive for exposure to tuberculosis at Andrew Jackson High school, according to the Duval County Health Department. Exposure is not the same as...

Faulkner, Longfellow, Andrew Jackson embodied by Pascagoula notables at cemetery (10/2013): PASCAGOULA -- More than 1,000 people flocked to Krebs Cemetery to learn about the city's history. The historical tour featured volunteers from throughout the community portraying prominent figures who are buried in the Krebs Cemetery, as well as some other famous figures who have ties to Pascagoula.

Andrew Jackson musical is Bloody, Bloody good (09/2013): Learning about a United States president has never been more entertaining. Go to news article

Patrick Henry 20, Andrew Jackson 16 (08/2013): ESTILL — Patrick Henry Academy earned its second victory of the 2013 season Friday with a 20-16 win over Andrew Jackson Academy.

Despite North Carolina’s claim, strong evidence points to Andrew Jackson being a (07/2013): Tennesseans like to call Andrew Jackson their president.

Andrew Jackson His Life and Times (06/2013): A major Irish trailblazer was the seventh U.S. president, Andrew Jackson, the son of Scots-Irish immigrants. "Andrew Jackson: His Life and Times" by H.W. Brands is one of the first books to take a more sympathetic view of this president often dismissed as a crude Indian killer. Go to news article

Village Rep burns down the house with Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (05/2013): If you go see the Village Repertory Company's production of the quasi-historical rock musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson , take a look at your surroundings before the show starts.

War of 1812: Group to relive Andrew Jackson's march (04/2013): Two hundred years after his first march, Andrew Jackson and his Tennessee volunteers are traveling the Natchez Trace Parkway again.

Eureka College Theater ends season with ‘Andrew Jackson’ (03/2013): The Eureka College Theater Department will end its season with the rock musical “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” at 7:30 p.m. April 9-13 in Pritchard Theatre.

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at Center Stage Theater (02/2013): Out of the Box has another winner with Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Go to news article

Attorney, former Highlands commissioner Andrew Jackson dies (01/2013): Former three-term county commissioner and long-time attorney Andrew Jackson died Tuesday.

How Andrew Jackson Torpedoed The US Debt (11/2012): The ongoing political scramble over how to avoid the fiscal cliff has put everybody in a somewhat wondrous mood about the level of US government debt, currently hovering around $16 trillion. How did it get that big? Did the US always have it? Has the US ever paid off its debt before? Go to news article

Les Miserables, Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Importance of Being Earnest a (10/2012): In New Orleans theater, we have seven new productions opening this week and four closing, as well as ongoing listings and special events.

Stage Review: Blood Bloody Andrew Jackson Is Bloody Good Fun (09/2012): I had no idea what to think when I heard about Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson beginning its run at the New Line Theatrer in St. Louis. Having seen the show, I'm still not sure what to think. I know I liked it. I know it might not be quite right for everyone.

Carolina Academy 50, Andrew Jackson Aca. 0 (08/2012): LAKE CITY — It was not a good night for the Andrew Jackson Confederates.

'Guitar Chameleon' Andrew Jackson Dies (07/2012): “Guitar Chameleon” Andrew Jackson died of brain cancer earlier this week. Go to news article