Andrew started his career in Military during the war of 1812. As a military guy, he defeated the RedSticks at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814. Due to his strict and honest ruling in the party, the Tennessee legislature nominated Jackson for the President in 1822 and also the U.S Senator in 1824. After his serving as the President, he retired to his Hermitage Plantation in 1837. he often felt ill and suppressed but nonetheless, he was influential in both nation and state politics. He was then a firm advocate of the federal union of the states.
Jackson also possessed a considerable amount of time to his affair which was famously known as Eaton Affair. This led to a country-wide gossip including to reach President and his wife. Few of the achievements of Andrew was then his portrait appears in the United States twenty - dollar bill and also postage stamps. There are numerous cities which are named after him which include Jacksonville in Florida and Jackson county in Mississippi due to his immense effort and contribution to the nation.
Unfortunately, he died at his own plantation on June 8, 1845, suffering from chronic tuberculosis and severe heart failure. He has left his entire estate to his adopted son.