Andrew Johnson: The Early Home

The early home where Andrew Johnson lived in Greeneville, Tenn., is modest when compared with the Johnson homestead located a few blocks away — but both properties are modest compared with other presidential homes.

The early home consists of a few rooms with displays about Johnson’s family, career, political viewspresidency and more.

      

     

      

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One Response to “Andrew Johnson: The Early Home”

  1. Andrew Johnson: Defender Of The Constitution « U.S. Presidential Homes Says:

    […] of the Johnson historic site: a replica of Johnson’s North Carolina birthplace home, his early home in Greenville, and the visitors’ center for the site. The visitors’ center encompasses […]

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