Andrew Jackson was the seventh President of the United States.  He created the modern Democratic Party and fought for the common man.  He changed the Presidency with his distrust of large and centralized government.

American Lion: Andrew Jackson In The White House by Jon Meacham, 2009 Pulitzer Prize winner in Biography or Autobiography

5th Grade SS Interactive Notebook-----tons of pictures worth lots of great ideas! WELL DONE Teach! [licensed for non-commercial use only]

I love this idea! Could do with other people and use the notebook with kid-friendly objectives for any subject. Grade SS Interactive Notebook-----tons of pictures worth lots of great ideas! WELL DONE Teach! [licensed for non-commercial use only]

US started 1789 with a debt of $75M, a ratio of debt to GDP of 31% (as against today's ratio of 52%). The Govt paid off the debt until 1835 when President Jackson reported to Congress that "all that remains of the public debt has been redeemed," and then revealed that the Treasury actually had a surplus of $19M.

THE NATION;Once Upon a Time, a Budget Surplus

cool-fact-President-Andrew-Jackson (who was from Tennessee!) Paid of U S National Debt. Sent hundreds of non-hostile Cherokee Indians to their death along the "Trail of Tears"

PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON. He is the ONE, the SINGLE, the ONLY President in history to have had no debt on his people. We were debtless then... so whats the damn problem?

Andrew Jackson = Badass

Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), seventh president of the United States (1829-1837), lived just long enough to have had a few photographic portraits taken.

By far the work President in U. Andrew Jackson seventh president of the United States lived just long enough to have had a few photographic portraits taken.

Fun Facts about Andrew Jackson: Watch our Educational Video for kids on President Andrew Jackson - YouTube

Watch our Educational Video for kids on President Andrew Jackson. Bringing you fun facts about Andrew Jackson this cartoon for kids delivers a biography on h.

Lessons in Manliness from Andrew Jackson

Lessons in Manliness from President Andrew Jackson

"Americans are not a perfect people, biut we are called to a perfect mission." President Andrew Jackson didn't like the people in his Cabinet so he started meeting people he did like in the White House kitchen resulting in the phrase "kitchen cabinet".

From Jackson historians to the Treasury Department itself, nobody seems to know exactly why the seventh president's portrait was put on the $20 in 1928.

Why was Andrew Jackson put on the $20 bill? The answer may be lost to history.

Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales: Andrew Jackson

The election of 1828 was a very stressful and difficult time due to the position of power was changing hands and the future rested with that man.

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