Andrew Jackson, an epic in homespun [by] Gerald W. Johnson ...

New York, Minton, Balch and Company, 1927.

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Subjects Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845.
Description viii pages, 2 leaves, 3-303 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits 21 cm
Copyright Date 1927.
Contents How Andrew Jackson, contrary to all rules, persists in living -- How Master Jackson came into American history somewhat dazed -- How Master Jackson was convinced that war is no trifling matter -- How Mr. Jackson became the embodiment of law and order -- How Solicitor Jackson found Tennessee his oyster -- How his ignorance of the law betrayed Attorney Jackson into the wisest act of his life -- How Mr. Jackson became a western bad man and was greatly respected -- How Mr. Jackson made a friend and became, among other things, a general -- How General Jackson went into business and acquired a distaste for banks -- How General Jackson did a deed that shocked his friends, but also appalled his enemies -- How General Jackson made his debut on the national stage with no great applause -- How General Jackson went to war so fast that the war could not keep up -- How General Jackson fought the Indians and beat the Indians -- How General Jackson won the war after it was over -- How a lover celebrated his lady by saying nothing -- How General Jackson came to hate Henry Clay -- How General Jackson, thinking his career closed, went home to die -- How General Jackson became President at a great price -- How the light went out -- How President Jackson began by affronting officialdom, society and the clergy -- How President Jackson was whipped by the great ladies and beat all the great men -- How Mr. Clay and Mr. Calhoun joined Mr. Biddle in the dust-bin -- How the administration closed in triumph and Senator Benton was able to gloat -- How it ended.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)232739
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WorldCat Identities Johnson, Gerald W. 1890-1980.
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