Andrew Jackson as a Southerner
Mark Cheathem talked about his book Andrew Jackson, Southerner, a reassessment of President Jackson as a man who owned over 200 hundred slaves, married into an exclusive social order in Nashville, Tennessee, and headed a local militia, all qualifications for success in 19th century Southern culture. close
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Mark R. Cheathem Professor Cumberland University->History Department
Jeff Flannery Head Library of Congress->Manuscript Division Reference and Reader Services Section
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