Author:Andrew Erwin

Andrew Erwin
A political hopeful and supporter of William Crawford, Andrew Erwin was a long-time rival of President Andrew Jackson and ultimately the pair agreed to a duel of pistols to settle their differences. The duel was cancelled however, and James Monroe removed Erwin's hopes of power.



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