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In September 1787, he was admitted into the North Carolina Bar. He and a fellow student of his, John McNairy, became close friends; so when they heard that lawyers were needed out west, they set out West together. In 1788, Jackson found himself in Nashville, Tennessee. Jackson, soon after arriving found himself boarding in the home of the widow of Colonel John Donelson, one of the founders of Nashville...
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In 1788, Jackson found himself in Nashville, Tennessee. Jackson, soon after arriving found himself boarding in the home of the widow of Colonel John Donelson, one of the founders of Nashville. Also staying in the house was Rachel Robards, the daughter of John Overton. Jackson soon fell in love with Rachel, who was unfortunately married to Lewis Robards...
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