Andrew Jackson: Sculptor In The United States

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He was his mother’s assistant tailor at the age of 10 or 14. He worked as a tailor in South Carolina in the 1820’s after escaping to Tennessee with his brother. Because Johnson didn’t have formal education, he taught himself to read and write. Johnson was later taught algebra & writing skills from his wife. Jackson did not have the same perspective on issues as Lincoln did, and many people were appalled especially in the concept of the federal power and the political views on the black, but then Many People liked Jackson because he showed his true colors. Jackson made most of government republicans, Also he made it easier to vote by dropping many "qualifications" requiered to vote; ei. religion There was a force Bill- The conflict with the

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