President Andrew Johnson

  • (noun): 17th President of the United States; was elected Vice President and succeeded Lincoln when Lincoln was assassinated; was impeached but acquitted by one vote (1808-1875).
    Synonyms: Johnson, Andrew Johnson, President Johnson

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Andrew, Iowa - Education
... Andrew School is a public kindergarten through 12th grade school located in town ... Andrew Community School has been in operation since 1913 ... Andrew is a Class 1A school and is considered small even for 1A ...
Jacob Johnson (father Of Andrew Johnson) - Early Life
... Jacob Johnson was born about 1778 ... Odom writes, "In the year 1760, Peter Johnson, migrated from Kintyre Scotland to North Carolina with his large family and settled in Cumberland County ... The preaching instinct broke out again and a number of the Johnsons became ministers ...
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... is enacted by Congress and signed into law by President James Buchanan on 1861-01-29 ... An Organic Act for the Territory of Colorado is enacted by Congress and signed into law by President James Buchanan on 1861-02-28 ... Abraham Lincoln becomes the 16th President of the United States on 1861-03-04 ...

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