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Important Dates, World and National Events During His Lifetime

1767 (March 15) Andrew Jackson was born in Waxhaw settlement, S.C.
1780 Jackson is an orderly in the Revolutionary War
1781 Jackson's mother died of Cholera, after volunteering to nurse infected prisoners of war held by the British. Jackson's brother, Hugh, was a soldier, and he died of heat exhaustion at Stono, sometimes called the Battle of Stono Creek or Battle of Stono Ferry.
1783 Jackson taught school in Waxhaw
1787 Jackson admitted to the bar at age 20
1788 Jackson appointed solicitor or attorney general for what is now Tennessee
1791 (August) Jackson marries Mrs. Rachel Donelson Robards
1794 (January 17) Remarried Mrs. Robards
1796 Elected to U.S. House of Representatives
1797 Elected to U.S. Senate
1809 The Jacksons adopt 4 day old nephew of Mrs. Jackson and named him Andrew Jackson, Jr.
1814 Defeated the Creek Indians in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend
1815 Defeated the British in the Battle of New Orleans
1821 Appointed provisional governor of Florida
1823 Elected to U.S. Senate
1828 Elected President of U.S.
1828 The U.S. Flag had 24 stars when Jackson took office
1829 The Postmaster General became a member of the President's Cabinet.
1830 Louis Philippe seized the French throne
1830 Webster and Hayne held their famous debate on states' rights in 1830.
1831 Michael Faraday discovered the principle of electromagnetic induction.
1831 Cyrus McCormick invented the reaping machine that brought major changes to agriculture.
1831 William Lloyd Garrison began publishing his antislavery newspaper, "The Liberator."
1832 Re-elected President of U.S.
1832 Illinois settlers defeated the Sauk and Fox Indians in the Black Hawk War.
1832 Jackson vetoed a bill to renew the charter of the Bank of the U.S.
1832 South Carolina declared the federal tariff laws null and void. Jackson sent U.S. troops to S.C.
1832 John C. Calhoun resigned as Vice-President
1833 Slavery was outlawed in British colonies.
1833 Treaty with Siam was the first pact between the U.S. and a country of Asia.
1833 Jackson removed government funds from the Bank of the U.S.
1835 U.S. Troops forced the Seminole Indians to retreat to the Florida Everglades.
1836 Arkansas became a state.
1836 Wisconsin organized as a territory.
1836 Texas declared its independence from Mexico during the Battle of the Alamo.
1836 Samuel Colt began manufacturing the Colt revolver, which became famous as the "six shooter."
1836 Alonzo Phillps patented the first phosphorus matches in the U.S.
1837 Michigan became a state.
1845 (June 8) Died at the Hermitage in Nashville, Tennessee

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