Jackson, his mother, and two brothers were involved in the conflict. Prior to his military service, he graduated from Cleveland State University, having majored in sociology. The year 1788 saw Jackson purchase his first slave and fight his first duel, an affair without bloodshed. This site exists primarily for educational purposes and is intended as a resource for Dr. Zar’s students. He was also taken prisoner by the British and later released. He died at the age of 78 in 1845, an incredible feat considering how close he had come to death on several occasions.
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