Fragment of a rug that belonged to President Andrew Johnson and was used at the White House during his administration. at Greenville, Tennesse. It was used at the White House during his administration. The piece includes a description tag signed by Harry Wandrus from the Museum branch of the National Parks Service.
From 1865 until 1869, Andrew Johnson served as the 17th president of the United States. He took over as president since he was vice president when Abraham Lincoln was killed. Johnson, a Democrat who ran against Lincoln for the National Union ticket just as the Civil War was nearing an end, was elected to office. He supported a speedy return of the secessionist states to the Union without providing any security for the freshly liberated former slaves. Due to the disagreement, this caused with the Republican-controlled Congress, the House of Representatives impeached him in 1868. By one vote, the Senate cleared him of all charges.
Dimensions: Approx. 1 3/4" x 1.5"
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