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Grand Lodge of Tennessee Free and Accepted Masons

In both 1822 and 1823, Andrew Jackson - an active mason - was elected Grant Master of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee.

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Printers Alley
Visit the historic nightclub district of the 1940's where legends like Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams performed early in their careers.
Broadway in Nashville
Lined with dozens of honky-tonk bars with live music spilling from each stage to the street nightly, Broadway is the heartbeat of the city's night life.
Music City Walk of Fame
Outside the Country Music Hall of Fame is the Music City's own version of Hollywood's Walk of Fame - full of the names of country stars who have become legends in their industry.
Downtown Presbyterian Church
In 1838, Jackson became an official member of the First Presbyterian Church, later to become the Downtown Presbyterian Church. The current structure was built in 1848, 3 years after Jackson's death after the previous one burned down.
Tennessee Supreme Court
Andrew Jackson was a lawyer and served as a justice on the Tennessee Supreme Court form 1798 until 1804.
Andrew Jackson Statue
Jackson served in the military and is celebrated for his victory in the Battle of New Orleans, and served in both houses of Congress, as a TN supreme court justice, and as US President.

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