A lengthy, but very informative & thorough PBS documentary that gives one of the most balanced looks at Jackson's presidency.
- The White House
The White House gives a very brief overview of Jackson's life & presidency as part of its official presidential biographies. Good introductory material.
- The History Channel
The History Channel's page on Andrew Jackson offers a biography, some videos, and a photo gallery.
- The Hermitage
The Hermitage is the home of President Jackson. Filled with interesting facts, timelines, and a comprehensive look at his background & presidency, this is an invaluable resource.
- The Smithsonian Magazine
The Cherokees vs. Andrew Jackson is a Smithsonian article that gives detailed information about Jackson's relationship with the Cherokees.
- The Miller Center
The Miller Center, from the University of Virginia provides essays on Jackson's life, presidency, politics, and legacy.
- The Gilder Lehrman Institute of History
The Age of Jackson gives primary documents, analysis, and essays on Jackson & his legacy.
PBS's page on Indian Removal & Jackson's role in the matter.
A very short, very simple introduction to the many firsts of Jackson's presidency.