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Johnson Seen As Motivated By Jacksonian Ideals

Published: 8:17 AM, 11/18/2008


Doctoral candidate William Hardy, who has been helping the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site with the bicentennial of the 17th president's birth, told a meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution on Saturday that it appears unlikely that the consensus by future historians regarding Johnson will ever be favorable.


Channels: News  History 
Keywords: andrew,  johnson,  jackson,  william,  hardy,  historic,  site 


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