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Dzhekson, Ė.
Dzhekson, Ėndri︠u︡
Jackson, A.
Jackson, André
Jackson, Andrés
Jackson, Andrew
Jackson, Andrew (Pres. U.S.)
Jackson, Andrew (Pres. United States)
Old Hickory
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1767-1845
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Bassett, John Spencer (1867-1928))
Coens, Thomas
États-Unis Président (1829-1837 : Jackson) (see also from)
Feller, Daniel (1950-....))
Hoemann, George H.
Hoth, David R.
Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
Matteson, David Maydole (1871-1949)
Moser, Harold D. (1938-....))
Moss, Laura-Eve
Smith, Sam B.
Spojené státy americké Prezident (1829-1837 : Jackson) (see also from)
United States President (1829-1837 : Jackson) (see also from)
United States. President (1829-1837 : Jackson)
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Andrew Jackson, 1767-1845; chronology, documents, bibliographical aids.
Andrew Jackson papers
Andrew Jackson vs. Henry Clay : democracy and development in antebellum America
Answer tendered to the District Court of the United States
Anti-Senatica, an attack on the U.S. Senate
Battle of the memorable 8th of January 1815
brief review of the past sixty years for the reflection of the American people and their representatives in Congress, with the letter of General Andrew Jackson to Dr. Coleman, April 26, 1824, attached., A
Correspondence between Major General Jackson, and Brevet Major General Scott, on the subject of an order, bearing date the 22d April, 1817
Correspondence. : Ed. by John Spencer Bassett.
Farewell address of Andrew Jackson to the people of the United States
Florida documents, accompanying the message of the president of the 18th April, 1822
Floridian., The
Hero of New Orleans
Jacksonians., The
Letters of Gen. Jackson and Hon. Charles A. Wickliffe, on the reannexation of Texas.
Maysville Road : message of the President of the United States, returning to the House of Representatives the enrolled bill entitled "An act authorizing a subscription of stock in the Maysville, Washington, Paris and Lexington Turnpike Road Company", with his objections thereto.
Message from the President of the United States, returning the bank bill, with his objections, &c. July 10th, 1832. Also an extract from Mr. Clay's speech in the Senate, against the renewal of the charter of the United States bank, in 1811. And the address of George Clinton, vice-president of the United States, on the same question. Likewise a biographical sketch of Martin Van Buren.
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting information, required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of December 24, 1818 of certain correspondence between the Department of War and the Governor of Georgia, and of the said Department with General Andrew Jackson
Ordinances of the provinces of the Floridas, but relating specifically to West Florida, as proclaimed by Major General Andrew Jackson and printed in broadside form at Pensacola in 1821, reproduced in facsimile from the only known copies, preserved in the National archives, Washington, D.C.
President's message, delivered at the opening of the first session of the Twenty-first Congress, Dec. 8, 1829 : fellow-citizens of the Senate and of the House of Representatives.
Presidential inaugural speeches
Robert O'Hara Burke and the Australian exploring expedition of 1860.
Romanova, N.Kh. Reformy Ė. Dzheksona, 1988:
Sketch of an attack made by Majr. Genl. Jackson on a division of the British army commanded by Majr. Genl. Kean on the evening of the 23 Decr. 1814.
Southern state rights, free trade and anti-abolition tract no. 1. Contents. Letter of the Hon. Langdon Cheves. Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster at Fanieul [!] hall, 1820. Bancroft's speech in New-York. Jackson's letter on Texas. Address of the Democratic Association at Washington. John Quincy Adams' disunion letter.
Statesmanship of andrew jackson as told in his writings and speeches
Washington's farewell address; the proclamation of Jackson against nullification, and the Declaration of independence.
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