Want to meet Andrew Johnson this weendkend? Check out Andrew Johnson events:
Johnson College and The Andrew Mazza Foundation would like to introduce the 1st Andrew Mazza Diesel Jam at Johnson College on Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 11am-4pm. Diesel Jam will be a celebration of the diesel truck community, featuring a truck show, vendors, food and live entertainment. It will be an all-day (rain or shine) family friendly event. For more information or to register your truck please visit https://andrewmazzafoundation.com/event-tickets
Starting May 29th through June 2nd we will have 20% all hanging childrens clothes. We spent weekend restocking so there is a new selection to choose from. Please share. For everyone that shares, your name will be entered to win a $20.00 in store credit. We look forward to seeing you!
Donate your used treasures or come by to shop! This is a fundraiser to help with expenses for the National Tournament and for travel throughout the year for this nationally ranked team!
We will be released balloons and and Lantern for him and will try to have his favorite drinks too. (Both) everyone is welcome to come and hang out with him for awhile ... Don't have to stay long if you don't want to maybe his friends and brothers would bring willing to bring their bikes out there and do a couple rounds for him or do something about his bikes and I think Daniel have Andrews bike would like if he could bring it to. If anyone wants to do som you think he would like please let me know because he would love to go riding with his friends and brothers again and we could bring some kind of music to but can't be to loud
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He briefly worked as an apprentice tailor before running away from home at the age of 16.
His Reconstruction policies placed him directly in the crosshairs of Congress, and he became the first President to be impeached by the House of Representatives. He was acquitted by the Senate by just one vote.
He was married to Eliza McCardle for nearly 50 years, and together they had six children.
He was succeeded by former Union Army general and Civil War hero Ulysses S. Grant.