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Andrew Johnson
17th President of the United States
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Vice PresidentNone
Preceded byAbraham Lincoln
Succeeded byUlysses S. Grant
16th Vice President of the United States
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PresidentAbraham Lincoln
Preceded byHannibal Hamlin
Succeeded bySchuyler Colfax
United States Senator
from Tennessee
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Preceded byWilliam Gannaway Brownlow
Succeeded byDavid M. Key
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Preceded byJames C. Jones
Succeeded byDavid Patterson
Military Governor of Tennessee
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Appointed byAbraham Lincoln
Preceded byIsham G. Harris (As Governor of Tennessee)
Succeeded byWilliam Gannaway Brownlow (As Governor of Tennessee)
15th Governor of Tennessee
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Preceded byWilliam B. Campbell
Succeeded byIsham G. Harris
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Tennessee's 1st district
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Preceded byThomas Dickens Arnold
Succeeded byBrookins Campbell
Personal details
އުފަން ތާރީހްޑިސެމްބަރ 29 ، 1808(1808-12-29)
Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.
Diedޖުލައި 31 1875 (66 އަހަރުގައި)
Elizabethton, Tennessee, U.S.
Resting placeAndrew Johnson National Cemetery
Greeneville, Tennessee
Political partyDemocratic
Other political
affiliations
National Union (1864–1868)
Spouse(s)
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Children5
ProfessionTailor
ދީންUnaffiliated Christian[1]
SignatureCursive signature in ink
Military service
AllegianceUnion
Service/branchUnion Army
Years of service1862–1865
Rank Brigadier general
Battles/warsAmerican Civil War


  1. Milton, George Fort (1930). The Age of Hate: Andrew Johnson And The Radicals (Media notes). New York: Coward-McCann. p. 80. ISBN 1-4179-1658-3. OCLC 739916. As for my religion, it is the doctrine of the Bible, as taught and practiced by Jesus Christ.