Table of contents for American lion : Andrew Jackson in the White House / Jon Meacham.

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Prologue: WITH THE FEELINGS OF A FATHER: The White House, Washington, Winter 1832-1833.
Part I: THE LOVE OF COUNTRY, FAME AND HONOR: Beginnings to Late 1830
Chapter 1: ANDY WILL FIGHT HIS WAY IN THE WORLD
Chapter 2: A MARRIAGE, A DEFEAT, AND A VICTORY
Chapter 3: YOU KNOW BEST, MY DEAR
Chapter 4: LADIES¿ WARS ARE ALWAYS FIERCE AND HOT
Chapter 5: A BUSYBODY PRESBYTERIAN CLERGYMAN
Chapter 6: MY WHITE AND RED CHILDREN
Chapter 7: MAJOR EATON HAS SPOKEN OF RESIGNING
Chapter 8: AN OPINION OF THE PRESIDENT ALONE
Chapter 9: LIBERTY AND UNION, NOW AND FOREVER
Chapter 10: IN THE PLENITUDE OF OUR POWER
Part II: I WILL DIE WITH THE UNION, Late 1830-1834
Chapter 11: I HAVE BEEN LEFT TO SUP ALONE
Chapter 12: A MEAN AND SCURVY PIECE OF BUSINESS
Chapter 13: NOW LET HIM ENFORCE IT
Chapter 14: THE FURY OF A CHAINED PANTHER
Chapter 15: HURRA FOR THE HICKORY TREE!
Chapter 16: A DREADFUL CRISIS OF EXCITEMENT & VIOLENCE
Chapter 17: THE MAD PROJECT OF DISUNION
Chapter 18: WE ARE THREATENED TO HAVE OUR THROATS CUT
Chapter 19: IT WON¿T DO TO LET OLD JACKSON HANG THEM
Chapter 20: GREAT IS THE STAKE PLACED IN OUR HANDS
Chapter 21: MY OBJECT, SIR, IS TO SAVE THE COUNTRY
Chapter 22: HE APPEARED TO FEEL AS A FATHER
Chapter 23: THE PEOPLE, SIR, ARE WITH ME
Chapter 24: WE ARE IN THE MIDST OF A REVOLUTION
Part III: THE EVENING OF HIS DAYS, 1834-The End
Chapter 25: SO YOU WANT WAR
Chapter 26: A DARK, LAWLESS AND INSATIABLE AMBITION!
Chapter 27: THERE IS A RANK DUE TO THE U.S. AMONG NATIONS
Chapter 28: THE WRETCHED VICTIM OF A DREADFUL DELUSION
Chapter 29: HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A SLAVE?
Chapter 30: THE STRIFE ABOUT THE NEXT PRESIDENCY
Chapter 31: NOT ONE WOULD HAVE GOT OUT ALIVE
Chapter 32: I FEAR EMILY WILL NOT RECOVER
Chapter 33: THE PRESIDENT WILL GO OUT TRIUMPHANTLY
Chapter 34: THE SHOCK IS GREAT, AND GRIEF UNIVERSAL
Epilogue: HE STILL LIVES
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845.
Presidents -- United States -- Biography.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1829-1837.
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845 -- Family.
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845 -- Friends and associates.