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Robert Jackson to Hugh Jackson

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Hugh Jackson to Andrew Jackson

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John Bell to John C Spencer

Bell was Succeeded by John C. Spencer as Secretary of War

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Daniel Webster to John Bell

When the newly elected President Harrison organized his cabinet in 1841, he offered the position of Secretary of War to Bell, following the advice of Daniel Webster

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John Bell to William Henry Harrison

When the newly elected President Harrison organized his cabinet in 1841, he offered the position of Secretary of War to Bell, following the advice of Daniel Webster

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John C Spencer to James M Porter

Spencer was Succeeded by James Madison Porter asSecretary of War

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John C Spencer to John Tyler

In 1841, President John Tyler appointed Spencer to be Secretary of War in his administration.

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John C Spencer to United States Secretary of War

As War Secretary, he proposed a chain of posts extending from Council Bluffs, Iowa to the Columbia River. He also recommended that the government adhere to arrangements made by Army commanders in the field for compensation of the Creek Indians,

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Margt Buchignani to Emily Donelson

The situation came to a head when the Eatons declined Jackson's invitation to a White House dinner in early 1830. When Jackson inquired why they had declined his invitation, Peggy cited Emily's cold treatment.

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Emily Donelson to John Eaton

The situation came to a head when the Eatons declined Jackson's invitation to a White House dinner in early 1830. When Jackson inquired why they had declined his invitation, Peggy cited Emily's cold treatment.

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Emily Donelson to Andrew J Donelson

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Emily Donelson to Andrew Jackson

The death of Rachel Donelson Jackson caused plans to be changed and Andrew Jackson asked Emily to take over all the responsibilities of the White House hostess, which she did with the aid of her niece, Mary Ann Eastin.

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Emily Donelson to Rachel Jackson

Emily Tennessee Donelson was born on her father's farm in Donelson, Tennessee. Her father, John Donelson, was the brother of Rachel Donelson Jackson, the wife of future President Andrew Jackson.

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Andrew J Donelson to John Tyler

President John Tyler appointed Donelson Chargé d’Affaires of the United States mission to the Republic of Texas, probably hoping that Jackson's nephew would help persuade former Tennessee politician Sam Houston to endorse the United States' annexation of Texas

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Andrew J Donelson to James K. Polk

In 1844, Donelson was instrumental in helping James K. Polk win the Democratic presidential nomination over Martin Van Buren and other more notable candidates.

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Andrew J Donelson to Millard Fillmore

Andrew Jackson Donelson (August 25, 1799 – June 26, 1871) was an American diplomat and the Know Nothing nominee for Vice President of the United States in 1856 on a ticket with former President Millard Fillmore.

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Andrew J Donelson to Andrew Jackson

His two years as an officer in the United States Army were spent as aide-de-camp to Andrew Jackson, by then a major general, He later worked in the Jackson White House

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Margt Buchignani to Andrew Jackson

With the encouragement of President Jackson, who liked them both, Peggy and Eaton married in 1829, shortly after her husband's death, although according to custom, it would have been proper for them to wait for a longer mourning period

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Floride Bonneau Calhoun to Margt Buchignani

Second Lady Floride Calhoun, the wife of Vice President John C. Calhoun, led the wives of other Washington political figures, most notably Jackson's cabinet members, in an "anti-Peggy" coalition which shunned the Eatons in public, refused to pay courtesy calls on the Eatons at their home or receive them as visitors, and denied them invitations to parties

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Floride Bonneau Calhoun to John C Calhoun

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