Inside the Home of President Andrew Johnson, Greeneville, Tennessee

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The Home of Andrew Johnson is located downtown not far from the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Visitor Center in Greeneville, Tennessee.
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The street view of the Home of President Andrew Johnson in Greeneville, Tennessee.
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A self portrait of President Andrew Johnson located at his home in Greeneville, Tennessee.
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An original chest owned by President Andrew Johnson located in his bedroom at his home in Greeneville, Tennessee.
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President Andrew Johnson’s wife Eliza had consumption, also known as tuberculosis. She spent a lot of time in her own bedroom at the Homestead in Greeneville, Tennessee.
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President Andrew Johnson had five children, two girls and three boys. He lost all three sons at a very young age. One to alcoholism, one to a horse accident, and another to a medical illness.
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The dining room located at the Andrew Johnson home. It was placed close to the kitchen in the basement of the house. The first floor was a sitting room and Eliza and Andrew’s bedrooms. The second floor was bedrooms for the children.
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The kitchen located in the basement of the Andrew Johnson Homestead.
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A view of the back of the Home of Andrew Johnson. This view helps you see where the kitchen and dining area are located in the basement. The porches are a great touch that come with a beautiful view of the Homestead.
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View from the porches in the back of the house. The National Park sign gives you a great visual of how the Homestead was set up at one point in time.

Related Links:
Guided Tours of the Home of Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, Greeneville, Tennessee
Andrew Johnson National Cemetery, Greeneville, Tennessee


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