Andrew Johnson National Historic Site: A Resource Assessment
National Parks Conservation Association, 2008 - Andrew Johnson National Historic Site (Greeneville, Tenn.) - 20 pages
Features the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site in Greenville, Tennessee, provided by the National Park Service. The site honors the life and work of U.S. President Andrew Johnson (1808-1875). Discusses the facilities and programs.
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