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Andrew Johnson National Historic Site
Preserving the memory of one of America's lesser known presidents, the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site includes two of Johnson's homes in Greeneville, and his gravesite within the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery. Housed within the site, the visitor complex consists of a a museum detailing the president and his life, and the much unchanged tailor shop.
The president lived in the house from 1869 to 1875, and fully owned the 23-acre property until his death in northeastern Tennessee. The complex's appearance since then has been virtually unchanged, and allows for visitors to step back and reflect upon some of America's most tumultuous times – including the circumstances of Johnson's famous impeachment. The site is located between Morristown, Newport, and Johnson City.
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