General Jackson

General Jackson

General Jackson may refer to:

* Stonewall Jackson, Confederate general in the United States Civil War
* Andrew Jackson, seventh president of the United States
* Mike Jackson (b. 1944), British general
* James S. Jackson (1823–1862), Union Army general, American Civil War
* Michael Jackson (American Revolution) (1734–1801), brevet general from Massachusetts
*General Jackson (riverboat)

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  • Jackson's Military Road — was a route from Nashville, Tennessee to New Orleans, Louisiana. After the War of 1812, it was improved with federal funds, and it was named after Andrew Jackson.ConstructionThe appropriation for Jackson s Military Road was made on April 24, 1816 …   Wikipedia

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  • jackson day — noun Usage: usually capitalized J&D Etymology: after Andrew Jackson : the anniversary on January 8 of the successful defense of New Orleans by General Jackson in 1815 which is a legal holiday in Louisiana and generally observed by Democrats… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jackson (Familienname) — Jackson ist ein Familienname. Herkunft Der Name ist eine patronymische Bildung und bedeutet Sohn des Jack. Bekannte Namensträger Inhaltsverzeichnis A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jackson, Tennessee —   City   Location of Jackson, Tennessee Coor …   Wikipedia

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  • Jackson (name) — Jackson is a common patronymic family name in English language speaking countries (see List of most common surnames), meaning son of Jack . In the 1990 United States Census, Jackson was the thirteenth most frequently reported surname, accounting… …   Wikipedia

  • Jackson, Michigan —   City   Nickname(s): The Rose City, Prison City, Jack Town …   Wikipedia

  • Jackson T. Davis — (September 25, 1882 April 15, 1947) was an educator and author from Virginia who became an international leader in African American education during the Jim Crow era in the southern United States. Among his accomplishments was development of the… …   Wikipedia

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