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eBook Andrew Jackson (Presidential Leaders) ePub

by Carol H. Behrman

  • ISBN: 0822500930
  • Category: Biographies
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Carol H. Behrman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books (September 1, 2002)
  • ePub book: 1546 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1530 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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Behrman's presentation of Andrew Jackson unfolds as an exciting story of the many stages of a far from ordinary life in backwoods America.

Behrman's presentation of Andrew Jackson unfolds as an exciting story of the many stages of a far from ordinary life in backwoods America. Jackson's struggle to become a major figure in frontier politics and, finally, President is told in a fast-paced anecdotal style which gives young readers a lively insight into Jackson, the man, and his times.

Andrew Jackson (Presidential Leaders)

Andrew Jackson (Presidential Leaders). 0822500930 (ISBN13: 9780822500933). Carol H. Behrman is the author of 27 books (fiction and non-fiction) for children and young adults as well as seven writing activities texts that are used in schools throughot the . She has taught classes in writing at universities and community adult programs and at many writer's confereces.

Its many illustrations, mainly period paintings and prints, are relatively small, sometimes reproduced in rich color, but sometimes in black and white, even in cases where the originals, such as portraits, were actually in color. With a larger format, more spacious design, and more generous use of color, Feinberg's book, from the Encyclopedia of Presidents series, is more inviting.

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Carol H. Behrman is the author of twenty seven books, fiction and . Books for children and young adults . Behrman is the author of twenty seven books, fiction and non-fiction, for children and young adults, as well a. .

Martin Van Buren succeeded Andrew Jackson as president and Jackson . The Reign of Andrew Jackson by Frederic Austin Ogg online book. Andrew Jackson, Presidential Leaders by Carol H. Behrman (selected pages).

Martin Van Buren succeeded Andrew Jackson as president and Jackson returned to the Hermitage. Upon leaving office he said, "After eight years as president I have only two regrets. That I have not shot Henry Clay or hanged John C. Calhoun. The Duel Between Jackson and Dickinson at rootsweb. Lyncoya Indian boy adopted by Jackson. Andrew Jackson, Weekly Reader by Monica Rausch (selected pages). Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the United States by Megan M. Gunderson (selected pages).

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In 1828, Andrew Jackson, who had lost the 1824 election in a runoff in the United States House of Representatives, despite winning both the popular vote and the Electoral vote by significant margins, ran for President of the United States

In 1828, Andrew Jackson, who had lost the 1824 election in a runoff in the United States House of Representatives, despite winning both the popular vote and the Electoral vote by significant margins, ran for President of the United States. He had been nominated by the Tennessee state legislature in 1825, and did not face any opposition from Democratic candidates.

Find Books With Book Wizard. Presidential Leaders. Despite the challenges, Jackson was considered a national hero and fought hard to keep the new United States together.

Presidential leaders" series. Andrew Jackson, Lerner Publishing (Minneapolis, MN), 2003. John Adams, Lerner Publishing (Minneapolis, MN), 2004. Thomas Jefferson, Lerner Publishing (Minneapolis, MN), 2004. SIDELIGHTS: Children's author Carol H. Behrman has created a wide variety of books, from rhyming picture books to biographies and resource books for elementary-school writing teachers. Her nonfiction works include The Remarkable Writing Machine, a history of the typewriter from its invention in the early eighteenth century to its introduction into wide usage in business settings by the early twentieth century.

A biography of the seventh president from his childhood in South Carolina, through his military career in the War of 1812 and his family life, to his legacy as America's first populist president.