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Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

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The Hermitage is the home of President Andrew Jackson, 7th President of the United States, in Nashville, Tennessee.

2017-2018


2014-2015


2011-2012


 

Programs by Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

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Trail of Tears

The Trail of Tears is an interactive examination of the events leading up to, and resulting from, the removal of Native Americans from the...

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Slavery at The Hermitage

At the peak of The Hermitage’s production, Andrew Jackson owned about 150 slaves. How does one become a slave? How could widespread slavery happen...

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Overview of RACHEL webconferencing program

Discover what The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, has to offer via Elluminate's webconferencing platform.

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Andrew Jackson and the Bank War

When Andrew Jackson was elected in 1828, he brought the promise to reform government with him, and high on his list was the “corrupt” and...

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The Corrupt Bargain: The Election of 1824

"The Corrupt Bargain" takes an interactive look at the election that changed the course of American history, examining the question of whether or...

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Andrew Jackson: Q&A

Are you studying about Andrew Jackson or Jacksonian America? Join The Hermitage's Education Director, and let your students fire away with questions!

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Arts/Cultural/Museum

Contact

Ashley Staley   samm@norsoft.net
4580 Rachel's Lane
Hermitage TN 37076
6158892941244
United States

http://www.thehermitage.com

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Andrew Jackson's Hermitage cover:

Social Studies/History
Economics/Business
Leadership

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"This was a wonderful opportunity for my students to have an expert on Andrew Jackson share important information in an interesting and fun way."
-11th grade teacher, Prince George High School (VA)