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((FC:: Andrew Garfield)) Hey guys, I'm Dylan Knolls and I'm 19 years old. I'm (obviously) here to compete for the princess's and eat as much as I can before going home. Hopefully, I'll be staying for a while. No, I don't expect to win the selection. I mean, there's like thirty other guys who are way cooler than me in here. All I have to offer is my tragic good looks and my dazzling personality. Kidding, as always. Anyways, I'm an aspiring writer from Caste 3, and I sort of promised my…

Andrew Garfield::Hi I'm Michael Fleming, I'm nineteen and a seven from Kent. I'm the oldest of five younger siblings. I'm very shy and enjoy reading during any spare time I have.

Would you believe I live in the South and have never been to a place like this?  I guess Andrew Jackson's plantation counts, though, right?

Why we still can’t talk about slavery

get to check this off the bucket list soon! Oak Alley Plantation between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana - A must for your Bucket List - You can sit on the veranda and enjoy a Mint Julep while you let all the history sink in.

Guys, I’ve never cried so much at a wedding. This wedding at Andrew Jackson’s home, the Hermitage, was one for the books. First of all, this was originally an associate wedding but I surprised them and when Erica saw me, she started crying. That was the first time I cried. The next time was when …

Guys, I’ve never cried so much at a wedding. This wedding at Andrew Jackson’s home, the Hermitage, was one for the books. First of all, this was originally an associate wedding but I surprised them and when Erica saw me, she started crying. That was the first time I cried. The next time was when …

A purported photo of Chief Junaluska - distinguished Cherokee warrior ... credited for saving Andrew Jackson's life at Horseshoe Bend, Ala ... President Jackson called for removal of Cherokee ... Junaluska survived the Trail of Tears ... walked home to N.C.

Cherokee Indian Junaluska, credited with saving Andrew Jackson's life, then sent on the Trail of Tears 25 years later. Junaluska survived the Trail of Tears, but later walked home to North Carolina.

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."

The ghost of Andrew Jackson is supposed to haunt their historic cabin, located in a public park. Jackson stayed in Jonesborough for a couple of months and after the cabin was moved from its original spot to the park, some say they've seen his ghost entering.

The Oldest Town In Tennessee That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once

All for the Boys - boy craft site ^----- You have no idea how relieved I was to see this. I've been meaning to buy my nephew one of these, but they cost about 15 bucks apiece. Now all I need is one for the pickaxe and I'm all set...

Digital To Real Life: DIY Minecraft Sword

Activities, Ideas, Travel, Movies and Technology for Kids - All for the Boys - Digital To Real Life: DIY Minecraft Sword - I am going to laminate the paper before cutting.

#8  Martin Van Buren (Dutch: Maarten van Buren; December 5, 1782 – July 24, 1862) was the eighth President of the United States (1837–1841). Democratic

Martin Van Buren (Dutch: Maarten van Buren About this sound pronunciation (help·info) ; December 1782 – July was the eighth President of the United States Before his presidency, he was the eighth Vice President and the tenth Secretary of State