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Martin Van Buren's Biography

Martin Van Buren (Dutch: Maarten van Buren; December 5, 1782 – July 24, 1862) was the eighth President of the United States (1837–1841). Before his presidency, he was the eighth Vice President (1833–1837) and the tenth Secretary of State, under Andrew Jackson (1829–1831).

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Martin Van Buren, Eighth President (1837-1841)
Martin Van Buren, Eighth President (1837-1841)
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  • Historic Pelham: Philip B. Schuyler and the Burning of the .....

      Blog Source: | 3 months ago
    Philip B. Schuyler and his wife, Grace, were friends of such notables as General Lafayette and U.S. President Martin Van Buren. Grace Hunter Schuyler died in the home on West Neck on December 24, 1855. Philip B. Schuyler died in the ...
  • ABC Wednesday: O is for Okay

      Blog Source: | 3 months ago
    During the 1840 election the "oll korrect" OK merged with Martin van Buren's nickname, Old Kinderhook, when some van Buren supporters formed the O.K. Club. After the club got into a few tussles with Harrison supporters, OK got mixed up&
  • Quest » The Papers of Andrew Jackson, Volume 9: 1831 ...

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    In 1831 Jackson finally cleared his contentious Cabinet, reluctantly accepting the resignations of Martin Van Buren and John Eaton and demanding that the other members follow. But in the aftermath, animosities among them boiled over, ...

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