How Was Andrew Jackson Treated During The Battle Of New Orleans

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Once the Battle of New Orleans was over, Jackson brought his army to Tennessee. The people of New Orleans complained about how they were treated during the battle. A judge fined Andrew Jackson $1,000 for speaking ill of another judge during the battle. Jackson would eventually pay the fine, 25 years later. Back in Jackson’s home, he declared the Hermitage the official army headquarters for the District, which allowed him to work from home. Citizens of the United States were more thankful to Jackson than the citizens of New Orleans were, and Jackson would soon begin touring the country to accept the accolades of a thankful nation.
While on one of these tours, Jackson started hearing rumors about the Seminole Indians bombarding settlements in
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