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1808 Andrew Johnson is born in Raleigh, NC. 1810 Eliza McCardle born. 1812 Jacob Johnson, Andrew's father, dies. 1818 Andrew Johnson is apprenticed to ...

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04/15/1865: Vice President Andrew Johnson takes the presidenti… Vice President Andrew Johnson takes the presidential oath of office in his hotel room at the ...

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Detailed Timeline and facts about Andrew Johnson Presidency for kids. Key events and accomplishments in his Presidency with Andrew Johnson Timeline of  ...

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Andrew Johnson Timeline - Timeline of events for the Seventeenth American President of the United States Andrew Johnson.

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Apr 27, 2017 ... Andrew Johnson was one of the most ill-equipped politicians to become president at a time of national crisis. Find out the circumstances that ...

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Timeline of President Andrew Johnson's life. Important dates, world and national events during his lifetime.

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Find out more about the history of Andrew Johnson, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on ...

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Timeline of Johnson's Life by Various. 1808 • Born December 29 in Raleigh, N.C. to Jacob and Mary McDonough Johnson. • Congress prohibited the ...

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Andrew Johnson 17th United States President « Previous Next » In office Apr. 15, 1865 – Mar. 4, 1869 V. President VP.