Andrew Jackson arrived at The Hermitage in 1804 with nine slaves. By 1821, Jackson owned 50 slaves through births and additional purchases. In 1823 Jackson sold a plantation he owned in Alabama and brought another 30 enslaved African Americans here. . . Faced with a pressing need for additional slave housing, he built several new cabins and converted his old log farmhouse into a one-story slave cabin. Over the next 30 years, Jackson’s slave population continued to grow, peaking at 150. . . This photo shows Alfred outside of the First Hermitage. . . Visit www.thehermitage.com/events for more #BlackHistoryMonth events! #History #AmericanHistory
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Charles E. Clark 1942-1967 Jackson
Willie G. Cooper 1946-1968 Jackson
Thermon H. Emory, Jr. 1938-1970 Jackson
John H. Taylor 1948-1969 JacksonThis article has 8 other Nashville locations (Show)
Kenneth W. Martin 1947-1970 Manchester
Eddie Kelly, Jr. 1947-1968 Antioch
Randolph T. Hicks 1946-1965 McEwen
Ernest L. Brown, Jr. 1934-1970 Clarksville
Robert D. Jenkins 1944-1967 Clarksville
Irvin E. Martin 1949-1969 Clarksville
Gene O. Merriweather 1947-1969 Clarksville
Alvin R. Stovall, Jr. 1950-1969 Clarksville
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Dabble is located at 330 Harrison St. near First Tennessee Park, and the cozy little studio usually hosts their own cooking classes...