Tag Archives: Rachel Jackson

“Tea with Andrew Jackson on the Eve of the 1828 Presidential Election”

(Written for a dVersePoets prompt to imagine a conversation with a famous person.) It’s very kind of you, General Jackson To ask me to tea. The memories the Hermitage must hold. Please share some with me. Rachel, of course, your … Continue reading

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“A Slanderous Campaign”

       Having just read Thomas Fitzgerald’s article on the slanderous current political race (“A sound-bite feast”), it seems timely to post this fictionalized interchange  from my book, Reverberation, The Novel.  This impromptu rally could easily have occurred during the 1828 presidential campaign … Continue reading

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