The Hermitage: A History and Guide. The Home of General Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the United States

By: Arnold, James E.

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Near Fine. 1967 Soft Cover. 74 pp. The Hermitage is a historical plantation and museum located in Davidson County, Tennessee, United States, 10 miles (16 km) east of downtown Nashville. The plantation was owned by Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, from 1804 until his death at the Hermitage in 1845. Jackson only lived at the property occasionally until he retired from public life in 1837. Enslaved men, women, and children, numbering nine at the plantation's purchase in 1804[3] and 110 at Jackson's death,[4] worked at the Hermitage, principally involved in growing cotton, its major cash crop. It is a National Historic Landmark.

Title: The Hermitage: A History and Guide. The Home of General Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the United States

Author: Arnold, James E.

Categories: Architecture, American, Americana, American Presidents,

Publisher: The Ladies' Hermitage Association: 1967

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 2267212

Keywords: AMERICANA AMERICAN HISTORY PRESIDENTS ANDREW JACKSON HOME HERMITAGE TENNESSEE HOUSE ARCHITECTURE BIOGRAPHY,