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And Just What other American Presidents were there?  Several Actually.

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American President: Andrew Johnson __ "In-depth essays created by the University of Virginia on Andrew Johnson's life and administration." - From -

Andrew Johnson ___Brief biography, accomplishments and administration highlights. - Illustrated - From John T. Marck - 

Andrew Johnson ___Fast facts, photos, administration and reference materials. - Illustrated - From C-SPAN - 

Andrew Johnson ___The official White House biography of this president with links to related information. - Illustrated - From the White House -


Andrew Johnson __ "...the 17th President of the United States (186569), was the first U.S. President to be impeached, as well as the first U.S. president to succeed to the presidency upon the assassination of his predecessor."  An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Andrew Johnson (1808 - 1875) - Find A Grave Memorial __ Biography of Andrew Johnson and images of his grave site. - illustrated - From -

Andrew Johnson Biography __ Biographical outline with several links to other resources. - From -

Andrew Johnson National Historic Site __ "The Andrew Johnson National Historic Site honors the life of the 17th President."  Learn about his home and life outside the Whitehouse, accomplishments and more.  A good biography too. - illustrated - From -


Andrew Johnson - President of the United States __ General information about his administration, accomplishments and several links to other resources. - From -   

Biography of Andrew Johnson ___A printable page which provides the text of this president's inaugural address, plus information about his early life and accomplishments. - Illustrated - From MultiEducator, Inc. - 

Impeachment: Andrew Johnson ___From here you'll get some information about this president, the background of his impeachment and the full text of the Articles of Impeachment, and the consequences thereof. - Illustrated - From The History Place -

President Andrew Johnson : Health & Medical History __ Medical profile of President Andrew Johnson. - From -


President Andrew Johnson - Learning Games and Activities for Kids __ "President Andrew Johnson Information and Activities for Kids
Learning Games, Timeline, Book Reviews, Puzzles, Facts, Trivia, Coloring Pages, Printables " - From -    

President Andrew Johnson Was Born in Raleigh, North Carolina ___Three brief pages providing information for younger grades about President Andrew Johnson. - Illustrated - From the Library of Congress - 

The Trial of Andrew Johnson, 1868___A history with background about Johnson's trial, plus an eyewitness account by William H. Crook, who was the president's body guard and was present at the Senate vote. - Illustrated - From Ibis Communications, Inc. - 


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