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March 14, 2015  Jackson Tennessee is home of the Andrew Jackson Marathon. https://andrewjackson.racesonline.com Benefits Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse

March 14, 2015 Jackson Tennessee is home of the Andrew Jackson Marathon. https://andrewjackson.racesonline.com Benefits Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse

This song sheet is titled "Greeting to Daughters of the Confederacy May 16, 1902." written by B L Ridley of Murfreesboro Tennessee and printed by the News-Banner Murfreesboro Tennessee.  This was from the Nashville Confederate Home "At the home of Andrew Jackson, that's good enough for me. Now the home of Southern soldiers, that's good enough for me." Another verse, "Our Rains and Strahl, and Adams they were good enough for me, Our Stewart, Brown, and Forrest, they were good enough for me."

This song sheet is titled "Greeting to Daughters of the Confederacy May 16, 1902." written by B L Ridley of Murfreesboro Tennessee and printed by the News-Banner Murfreesboro Tennessee. This was from the Nashville Confederate Home "At the home of Andrew Jackson, that's good enough for me. Now the home of Southern soldiers, that's good enough for me." Another verse, "Our Rains and Strahl, and Adams they were good enough for me, Our Stewart, Brown, and Forrest, they were good enough for me."

Angier Boynton House 129 High St Medford, MA.: Andrew Jackson Downing, noted architect and landscaper, built this home in 1842 for the Boynton family. The family was one of Medfords numerous wealthy residents. The home is a well-preserved example of Gothic Revival architecture.

Angier Boynton House 129 High St Medford, MA.: Andrew Jackson Downing, noted architect and landscaper, built this home in 1842 for the Boynton family. The family was one of Medfords numerous wealthy residents. The home is a well-preserved example of Gothic Revival architecture.

TENNESSEE: JONESBOROUGH  History buffs will love a visit to Jonesborough. Nicknamed “the little town with the big story,” it was founded in 1779 (before Tennessee was even a state). The home of President Andrew Jackson, Jonesborough was one of the biggest supporters of the abolitionist movement within the Confederate States. Today, it draws thousands of visitors every October for the annual National Storytelling Festival.

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TENNESSEE: JONESBOROUGH History buffs will love a visit to Jonesborough. Nicknamed “the little town with the big story,” it was founded in 1779 (before Tennessee was even a state). The home of President Andrew Jackson, Jonesborough was one of the biggest supporters of the abolitionist movement within the Confederate States. Today, it draws thousands of visitors every October for the annual National Storytelling Festival.

The home of the presidents of the United States. President Harrison is said to be heard rummaging around in the attic of the White House, looking for who knows what. President Andrew Jackson is thought to haunt his White House bedroom. And the ghost of First Lady Abigail Adams was seen floating through one of the White House hallways, as if carrying something. The most frequently sighted presidential ghost has been that of Abraham Lincoln.

The home of the presidents of the United States. President Harrison is said to be heard rummaging around in the attic of the White House, looking for who knows what. President Andrew Jackson is thought to haunt his White House bedroom. And the ghost of First Lady Abigail Adams was seen floating through one of the White House hallways, as if carrying something. The most frequently sighted presidential ghost has been that of Abraham Lincoln.

The Captain Walsh House commands a distiguished place  in California history.    Designed by the prominent architect, Andrew Jackson Downing, the house was built in Boston, dismantled, shipped 'round the Horn and erected in Benicia, in 1849 for the use of General M.G. Vallejo's daughter, Epiphania. General Vallejo and his wife, Dona Benicia, occupied the twin to the house which still stands in Sonoma as a museum operated by the State of California.    After only a few years, the home was…

The Captain Walsh House commands a distiguished place in California history. Designed by the prominent architect, Andrew Jackson Downing, the house was built in Boston, dismantled, shipped 'round the Horn and erected in Benicia, in 1849 for the use of General M.G. Vallejo's daughter, Epiphania. General Vallejo and his wife, Dona Benicia, occupied the twin to the house which still stands in Sonoma as a museum operated by the State of California. After only a few years, the home was…

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