FLOR500, Garden 41 Andrew Jackson, Military General, Territorial Governor, President (1767–1845) General Jackson’s forays into Pensacola helped convince the Spanish that it was best to give up their last colony in North America. On July 17, 1821, Jackson accepted Florida as a new U. S. territory. He served as the first governor of the territory, and later became U.S. president.
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Andrew Jackson, Military General, Territorial Governor, President

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Andrew Jackson, Military General, Territorial Governor, President

(1767–1845)

General Jackson’s forays into Pensacola helped convince the Spanish that it was best to give up their last colony in North America. On July 17, 1821, Jackson accepted Florida as a new U.S. territory. He served as the first governor of the territory, and later became U.S. president.





 




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