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Tennessee Presidents - Nashville - About.com
Tennesseans can have three times the fun celebrating President's Day every year because to date, there have been a three Tennesseans that have held the ...
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Walking Tour of The Hermitage - Home of President Andrew Jackson
Tour of President Andrew Jackson Home - The Hermitage. By Jan Duke · Nashville ... Jan Duke - Jan Duke. Planning for the Middle Tennessee County Fairs.
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Nashville History and Historical Sites - About.com
A listing of some of the best Tennessee Historical Groups & Organizations that the state has to offer, all offering a look into the history of Tennessee. Share ...
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Andrew Johnson | Facts and Brief Biography - 19th Century History
Life span: Born: December 25, 1808, Raleigh, North Carolina Died: July 31, 1875 , Tennessee. Presidential term: April 15, 1865 - March 4, 1869.
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Burial Places of the Presidents of the United States - American History
New York has six presidential graves. Close behind this, Ohio is the location of five presidential burial sites. Tennessee was the location of three presidential ...
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Andrew Johnson Biography - Seventeenth US President
Learn more about the 17th president of the United States, Andrew Johnson. ... At seventeen, Johnson opened his own tailor shop in Greenville, Tennessee.
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President Andrew Jackson - Biography - American History - About.com
The life and career of the seventh president of the United States, covering his ... As major general of the Tennessee Volunteers, Jackson led his troops to victory ...
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Tennessee Fast Facts - American History - About.com
Davy Crockett, Frontiersman; David G. Farragut, First American Admiral; Aretha Franklin, Singer; Al Gore, Vice President Under President Bill Clinton; Cordell ...
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James K. Polk | Facts and Brief Biography - 19th Century History
President James K. Polk. Library of Congress. Life span: Born: November 2, 1795 , Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Died: June 15, 1849, Tennessee.
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Presidents Following the Civil War - 19th Century History - About.com
After Abraham Lincoln's presidency, members of the Republican Party controlled ... Tennessee's Andrew Johnson took office after the assassination of Abraham ...
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