Andrew Jackson (1829-1837)

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POSITIONS:

Candidate for President (1824)
President (1829-1837)

VICE PRESIDENTS:

John C. Calhoun
John C. Calhoun
Martin Van Buren
Martin Van Buren

FIRST LADIES:

Rachel Jackson (Wife)
Rachel Jackson (Wife)
Emily Donelson (niece)
Emily Donelson (Niece)
Sarah Jackson (Daughter-In-Law)
Sarah Jackson (Daughter-In-Law)

OVERVIEW:

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The Hermitage
Miller Center
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
History Channel

RESOURCES:

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Andrew Jackson by Ralph Eleaser Whiteside Earl

Papers (Library of Congress)
Papers (UVA Press $)
Papers (University of Tennessee)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
The Hermitage
Online Books (University of Pennsylvania)

1824 ELECTION:

John Quincy Adams
John Quincy Adams
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Andrew Jackson

1828 ELECTION:

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1829 INAUGURATION:

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Chief Justice John Marshall Administering the Oath of Office to Andrew Jackson on the East Portico of the U.S. Capitol, March 4, 1829.

Inaugural Address (Draft, Speech, Transcript)
Library of Congress  (1829)
Joint Congressional Committee (1829)

1832 ELECTION:

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1833 INAUGURATION:

Inaugural Address (Speech, Transcript)
Library of Congress  (1833)
Joint Congressional Committee (1833)

CABINET:

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Jackson and His Cabinet

Attorney General:
Benjamin F. Butler (1833–1838)
Roger B. Taney (1831–1833)
John M. Berrien (1829–1831)

Secretary of the Navy:
Mahlon Dickerson (1834-1837)
Levi Woodbury (1831–1834)
John Branch (1829–1831)

Postmaster General:
Amos Kendall (1835–1840)
William T. Barry (1829–1835)

Secretary of State:
John Forsyth (1834–1841)
Louis McLane (1833–1834)
Edward Livingston (1831–1833)
Martin Van Buren (1829–1831)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Levi Woodbury (1834–1837)
Roger B. Taney (1833–1834)
William J. Duane (1833)
Louis McLane (1831–1833)
Samuel D. Ingham (1829–1831)

Secretary of War:
Benjamin F. Butler (1836–1837)
Lewis Cass (1831–1836)
John H. Eaton (1829–1831)

Counselors/ Advisors:
Andrew J. Donelson

SUPREME COURT:

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Roger B. Taney

John Catron (1837-1865)
Philip Barbour (1836-1841)
Roger Taney (1836-1864)
James Wayne (1835-1867)
Henry Baldwin (1830-1844)
John McLean (1829-1861)

CONGRESS:

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The U.S. Capitol, c. 1830

Speaker of the House:
Andrew Stevenson (1827-1834)
John Bell (1834-1835)
James K. Polk (1835-1839)

IMAGE GALLERY:

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HISTORIC SITES:

The Hermitage
The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson in Nashville, Tennessee

The Hermitage
Museum of the Waxhaws
Andrew Jackson State Park

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