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Andrew Jackson, president of the United States / painted by W.J. Hubard ; C.G. Childs Lithr.; drawn by A. Newsam, pupil to C.G. Childs.

Smokestacks and bridge of a steamboat docked at Jackson Square on the Mississippi River, New Orleans, Louisiana

William Jackson, an importer; at the Brazen Head, North side of the Town-House, and opposite the Town-Pump, in Corn-Hill, Boston. It is desired that the sons and daughters of liberty, would not buy any one thing of him, for in so doing the will

At a meeting of the merchants & traders, at Faneuil-Hall, on the 23rd January 1770. The following votes were passed, viz. … Whereas William Jackson Theophilus Little, John Taylor, and Nathaniel Rogers all of Boston, did refuse and yet delay to c

From an actual survey made by Nichos. Scull surveyor of the province of Pensylvania [sic] / engraved by L. Jackson.

Andrew Jackson, May 17, 1786

Andrew Jackson to Waightsell Avery, August 12, 1788

David Allison to Andrew Jackson, November 8, 1790

Andrew Jackson to Robert Barnett, May 21, 1791

William Blount to Andrew Jackson, September 10, 1792

Thomas Jefferson to William Jackson, June 11, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to William Jackson, June 11, 1793

Andrew Jackson to W. Roberts

John Overton to Andrew Jackson

Charles Watson to Andrew Jackson, December 3, 1796

Rich Tylant to Andrew Jackson, December 13, 1797

Andrew Jackson to Robert Hays

Andrew Jackson to William Cocke, June 24, 1798

Andrew Jackson to Robert Hays, September 26, 1800

Thomas Jefferson to William Jackson, February 18, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Jackson, May 28, 1801

Thomas Jefferson to James Jackson, May 1, 1802

William Paine to Andrew Jackson, February 6, 1802

Jesse Dawson to Andrew Jackson, February 15, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to James Jackson, May 4, 1802

Andrew Jackson to T. Jefferson, June 16, 1802

Andrew Jackson, January 12, 1802

Thomas Jefferson to David Jackson, August 11, 1803

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Jackson, September 19, 1803

John Coffee to Jackson & Hutchings, February 10, 1804

Edward Smith to Andrew Jackson, February 22, 1804

Andrew Jackson to John Sevier, October 15, 1804

Jackson & Hutchings to John Morrell, May 14, 1804

Thomas & John Clifford to Andrew Jackson, October 27, 1804

Andrew Jackson to Henry Dearborn

Charles S. Carson to Andrew Jackson, May 26, 1804

Hayes Irwin to Andrew Jackson, June 4, 1804

Andrew Jackson to Thomas Deaderick, April 23, 1804

Thomas Jefferson to William Jackson, September 15, 1804

James Smith to Andrew Jackson, October 15, 1804

T. Bradley to Andrew Jackson, December 24, 1805

James F. Moore & Co. to Jackson & Hutchings, April 8, 1805

James Crabtree to Andrew Jackson & Co., February 22, 1805

Jackson & Hutchings to John Coffee, February 4, 1805

Watson Jackson to Jackson & Hutchings

James Jackson to Andrew Jackson, March 23, 1806

Daniel Smith to Andrew Jackson, December 19, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to John George Jackson, February 22, 1806

Andrew Jackson to James Crawford, March 5, 1806

Andrew Jackson to William Charles Cole Claiborne, November 12, 1806

Thomas Jefferson to Andrew Jackson, December 3, 1806

[Mrs.] Robert Moore to Andrew Jackson, July 22, 1807

Jackson & Hutchings to Samuel Pryor, August 7, 1807

[Potter Jackson, a free black man who worked as a seaman, tied to riggings of ship and being whipped by the ship's captain and another man; and view of his back after beating]

Thomas Jefferson to John George Jackson, October 13, 1808

Andrew Jackson to John Caldwell, April 25, 1808

William Donelson to Andrew Jackson, March 10, 1808

To the citizens of Ohio County. We have lately seen a hand-bill, which has for some time been privately circulated among the friends of Mr. Jackson ... [Signed] Charles Hammond, Noah Zane, George Miller. Monday, April 3d, 1809.

Address to the freeholders of Ohio County, Virginia. Fellow Citizens. At a meeting held at Hamit's old place, on the 10th of Sept last, it was resolved to support John G. Jackson, esq for the next congress, and we were appointed a standing commi

Andrew Jackson to Henry Thomson, August 18, 1810

Andrew Jackson, February 15, 1810

Washington & Jackson & Co. to Andrew Jackson, May 16, 1810

Thomas Overton to Andrew Jackson, October 8, 1810

Andrew Jackson to The Nashville Bank, October 9, 1811

Andrew Jackson to The Nashville Bank, October 11, 1811

P. Harrison to Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson to Joseph Coleman, October 23, 1811

Andrew Jackson to Cumberland College, July 17, 1811

Andrew Jackson to Edmond Cooper, February 13, 1811

Andrew Jackson to Andrew Jackson, October 23, 1811

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, July 24, 1811

Andrew Jackson to William Eastin, July 24, 1811

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, December 24, 1812

James Winchester to Andrew Jackson

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, June 25, 1812

Andrew Jackson to Willie Blount, January 3, 1812

Andrew Jackson to John Coffee, September 15, 1812

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, August 7, 1812

Andrew Jackson to Cantrell & Reed, December 20, 1812

Andrew Jackson to William Preston Anderson, August 5, 1812

The Nashville Bank to Andrew Jackson, February 19, 1812

Andrew Jackson to Michael C. Dunn, March 7, 1812

Andrew Jackson to B. Smith, September 8, 1812

John Murrey to Andrew Jackson, June 18, 1812

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, July 7, 1813

Andrew Jackson to J. Woods, August 10, 1813

William Berkeley Lewis to Andrew Jackson, November 21, 1813

Andrew Jackson, April 15, 1813

Cumberland College to Andrew Jackson, April 26, 1813

John Armstrong to Andrew Jackson, January 5, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, September 4, 1813

William Quarles to Andrew Jackson, July 21, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, August 24, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Jordan Bass, August 10, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Dulce May, September 4, 1813

William Carroll to Andrew Jackson, September 6, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Michael Dunn, July 13, 1813

Andrew Jackson to Nashville Bank, September 14, 1813

Andrew Jackson to John Waugh, August 10, 1813

Willie Blount to Andrew Jackson, September 24, 1813