President Andrew Jackson was not impeached; however, he was censured by the U.S. Senate in 1834. President Andrew Johnson was impeached by House of Representatives in February 1868. The Senate convened the impeachment tr... More »

According to the History Channel, President Andrew Johnson attempted to fire Secretary of War Edwin Stanton on multiple occasions because Stanton opposed Johnson's more lenient attitude toward the South during Reconstruc... More »

Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the United States, was the first chief executive to be impeached. The impeachment effort, however, would ultimately fail, and Johnson remained in office until the end of his term. More »

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President Andrew Jackson was said to have had a number of different personality traits including a strong will and arrogant attitude as well as the tendency to be vengeful and audacious, display great strength and have a... More »

The major negative thing Andrew Jackson is remembered for is the forced relocation of many Native Americans, particularly in the southeastern portion of the United States. He also triggered an economic depression by refu... More »

President Andrew Jackson's traditional enemies were the moneyed elite and the supporters and planners of the Second Bank of the United States, which Jackson felt was an unconstitutional and dangerous institution. During ... More »

Andrew Jackson was known as a physically violent and short-tempered man who frequently resorted to combative solutions such as dueling to solve his problems, and as a result, there is no firm historical record on the exa... More »