Andrew Johnson Monuments & Portraits Photos

Andrew Johnson, 17th US President (1865-1869) lived (1808-1875), hails from Tennessee. He became president upon the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

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Andrew Johnson portrait by Washington B. Cooper at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Andrew Johnson lithograph by Ehrgott & Forbriger Lithography Co. at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Inaugural Ball program for Abraham Lincoln & VP Andrew Johnson in private collection. CA.President Andrew Johnson peace medal at Dakota Discovery Museum. Mitchell, SD.
Andrew Johnson portrait (after 1866) by Washington B. Cooper at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Andrew Johnson lithograph (c1862) by Ehrgott & Forbriger Lithography Co. at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Inaugural Ball program for Abraham Lincoln & VP Andrew Johnson (1865) in private collection. CA.President Andrew Johnson peace medal (1865) at Dakota Discovery Museum. Mitchell, SD.
17: Andrew Johnson lived. XP.Andrew Johnson presidential medal at National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, DC.Andrew Johnson silver medal by Anthony C. Paquet at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Andrew Johnson peace treaty medal at Sedgwick County Historical Museum. Wichita, KS.
17: Andrew Johnson (1865-1869) lived (1808-1875). XP.Andrew Johnson presidential medal (1865) at National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, DC.Andrew Johnson silver medal (1865) by Anthony C. Paquet at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Andrew Johnson peace treaty medal (1865-8) at Sedgwick County Historical Museum. Wichita, KS.

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