Andrew Jackson

Early Career

After leaving Salisbury, where did Jackson go?

Jackson moved to Nashville, Tennessee, when he was twenty-one. He stayed at a boarding house operated by Mrs. John Donelson, the widow of one of the most famous men in Tennessee and one of Nashville’s founding fathers.


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