President Andrew Jackson & The Hermitage Photos

Andrew Jackson, 7th US President (1829-1837) lived (1767-1845) was known as Old Hickory & gained fame defending New Orleans against the British in 1915. He was first governor of American Florida. He was the first President to veto bills extensively, became the only President to ever pay off the national debt, & was noted for his honesty. He retired to his home & farm named The Hermitage on the outskirts of Nashville, where he is buried in the garden.

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The Hermitage home of President Andrew Jackson. Nashville, TN.The Hermitage where President Andrew Jackson, hero of the battle of New Orleans spent his retirement & died. Nashville, TN.Back facade of The Hermitage on a farm Jackson bought in 1804. Nashville, TN.Garden of The Hermitage where Andrew Jackson & his wife Rachel are buried. Nashville, TN.
The Hermitage (1836) home of President Andrew Jackson. Nashville, TN. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Joseph Reiff & William C. Hume. On National Register.The Hermitage where President Andrew Jackson, hero of the battle of New Orleans spent his retirement & died. Nashville, TN.Back facade of The Hermitage on a farm Jackson bought in 1804. Nashville, TN.Garden of The Hermitage where Andrew Jackson & his wife Rachel are buried. Nashville, TN.
Equestrian statue of President Andrew Jackson in front of Tennessee State Capitol. Nashville, TN.Andrew Jackson equestrian statue in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Andrew Jackson shopping center mosaic mural commemorates him as first governor of Florida territory. Orlando, FL.Mannerist portrait of Andrew Jackson by Thomas Sully at Clermont State Historic Site on the Hudson River. Jackson was best friends with Clermont's builder Edward Livingston, who was his Secretary of State. NY.
Equestrian statue of President Andrew Jackson in front of Tennessee State Capitol. Nashville, TN. Andrew Jackson equestrian statue marks War of 1812 General (1853) by Clark Mills in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Andrew Jackson shopping center mosaic mural commemorates him as first governor of Florida territory. Orlando, FL.Mannerist portrait of Andrew Jackson (1815) by Thomas Sully at Clermont State Historic Site on the Hudson River. Jackson was best friends with Clermont's builder Edward Livingston, who was his Secretary of State. NY.
Portrait of Florida's first American Governor, Andrew Jackson, by Claribel B. Jett in new State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.Detail of Andrew Jackson from New Capitol mural by Christopher Still in House of new State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.Book illustration of Andrew Jackson in Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15 at Historical Museum of Southern Florida. Miami, FL.Portrait of Andrew Jackson, first Territorial Governor of Florida, copied after Thomas Sully in old State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.
Portrait of Florida's first American Governor, Andrew Jackson, by Claribel B. Jett in new State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.Detail of Andrew Jackson from New Capitol mural by Christopher Still in House of new State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.Book illustration of Andrew Jackson (1816) in Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15 at Historical Museum of Southern Florida. Miami, FL.Portrait of Andrew Jackson, first Territorial Governor of Florida, copied after Thomas Sully in old State Capitol. Tallahassee, FL.
Andrew Jackson graphic by Nathaniel Currier at USS Constitution Museum. Boston, MA.Marble bust of Andrew Jackson by Ferdinand August Pettrich at Chrysler Museum of Art. Norfolk, VA.7: Andrew Jackson lived. XP.Andrew Jackson medal. Fremont, OH.
Andrew Jackson graphic by Nathaniel Currier at USS Constitution Museum. Boston, MA.Marble bust of Andrew Jackson (1836-43) by Ferdinand August Pettrich at Chrysler Museum of Art. Norfolk, VA.7: Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) lived (1767-1845). XP.Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) medal (at Hayes Presidential Center). Fremont, OH.
Andrew Jackson peace medal by U.S. Mint at Colorado History Museum. Denver, CO.Medal of 7th President Andrew Jackson lived. OK.Medal of 7th President Andrew Jackson lived. OK.New Orleans Battle Flag presented to Andrew Jackson after his victory in 1815 in Louisiana State Museum. Baton Rouge, LA.
Andrew Jackson peace medal (1931) by U.S. Mint at Colorado History Museum. Denver, CO.Medal of 7th President Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) lived (1767-1845). OK.Medal of 7th President Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) lived (1767-1845). OK.New Orleans Battle Flag presented to Andrew Jackson after his victory in 1815 in Louisiana State Museum. Baton Rouge, LA.
Teapot of Andrew Jackson in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Bakewell celery vase from set of President Andrew Jackson at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian cut glass tumbler engraved with Andrew Jackson's Hermitage Home at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.
Teapot of Andrew Jackson in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Bakewell celery vase (1829) from set of President Andrew Jackson at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Bohemian cut glass tumbler engraved with Andrew Jackson's Hermitage Home (after 1829) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.

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