|Photographic copy of an 1845 daguerreotype|
7th President of the United States
|Jackson's Scots-Irish heritage celebrated |
by a mural on Belfast'sShankill Road
|The Battle of New Orleans. General Andrew Jackson |
stands on the parapet of his makeshift defenses
as his troops repulse attacking Highlanders,
by painterEdward Percy Moran in 1910.
|Military governor Jackson was sworn in |
at Plaza Ferdinand VII inPensacola, Florida
|Jackson in 1824, painting byThomas Sully|
|Equestrian statue of Gen. Jackson, Jackson |
County Courthouse, Kansas City, Missouri
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|Democratic cartoon shows Jackson fighting the monster Bank.|
"The Bank", Jackson told Martin Van Buren, "is trying to kill me, but I will kill it!"
|1833 Democratic cartoon shows Jackson destroying the devil's Bank|
|Jackson Presidential Dollar|
|Jackson in 1845|
|Photograph of Jackson at age 78, 1844/45|
|A daguerreotype of Jackson.|
|Richard Lawrence's attempt on Jackson's life, |
as depicted in an 1835 etching.
|Clipper ship Andrew Jackson|
Daguerreotype of Andrew Jackson at age 77 or 78 (1844 or 1845)
|Tennessee Gentleman, portrait of Jackson, ca. |
1831, from the collection of The Hermitage.
|The tomb of Andrew andRachel Donelson Jackson|
located at their home, The Hermitage.
|Issue of 1863|
|Issue of 1870|
|Issue of 1903|
|Jackson statue by Clark Mills in downtown Jacksonville|
(one of four identical statues in the U.S.)