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Andrew Jackson . By Student A B C. Andrew Jackson was the 7 th president of the United States. He also was a Democrat. Gunderson, Megan. Andrew Jackson. Edina, Minnesota: ABDO Publishing Company, 2009. Many people liked Jackson because he had a poor family like the common man.

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    1. Andrew Jackson By Student A B C

    2. Andrew Jackson was the 7th president of the United States. • He also was a Democrat. Gunderson, Megan. Andrew Jackson. Edina, Minnesota: ABDO Publishing Company, 2009

    3. Many people liked Jackson because he had a poor family like the common man. • He became a national war hero during the war of 1812. Gunderson, Megan. Andrew Jackson. Edina, Minnesota: ABDO Publishing Company, 2009

    4. Presidency • He became president in 1828. • His vice president was Martin Van Buren. • His first term was in 1829-1833. • His second term was in 1833-1837. Gunderson, Megan. Andrew Jackson. Edina, Minnesota: ABDO Publishing Company, 2009

    5. He married Ms. Rachel Robards twice in 1791 + 1794 • He adopted a child, Andrew Jackson, Jr. • He died at his home, called the Hermitage in Nashville, Tennessee Whitehouse.gov. Feb. 27-11. http//whitehouse.gov/about/presidents/Andrew Jacskson.