Andrew Jackson

Early Career

What was Jackson’s first job?

As a young teenager, he served in the Revolutionary War. It was during this time that he was captured with his brother. He became the second president to be a prisoner at war; George Washington was captured during the French and Indian War. Jackson then worked in a shop that made saddles for equestrians.


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