Andrew Jackson, Nashville, Tennessee

The President Andrew Jackson Hermitage Home

President Andrew Jackson lived outside of the town of Nashville, Tennessee during his time in the military and as U.S. President.

The wife of Andrew Jackson had the inside of the home fitted with a set of wallpaper, from France, that depicts multiple Greek tales.

The grace of Andrew Jackson, his wife, and one of his slaves is within the gardens of the home.

Author’s Note:

While the site of the Andrew Jackson Hermitage home was owned by the state of Tennesse, it utilized as a recovery site for injured Confederate soldiers, after the civil war ended. One of Andrew Jackson’s grandchildren had died while fighting with the Tennessee Confederate army.