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  1. Lyncoya Jackson (c. 1811 — July 1, 1828), [2] also known as Lincoyer, was a Creek Indian child adopted and raised by U.S. President Andrew Jackson and his wife, Rachel Jackson. Born to Creek ( Muscogee / Red Stick) parents, he was orphaned during the Creek War after the Battle of Tallushatchee.

  2. Lyncoya, Jackson's Native American Child In 1813, Andrew Jackson sent home to Tennessee a Native American child who was found on the battlefield with his dead mother. This boy, Lyncoya, (c1811-1828), may have originally been intended as merely a companion for Andrew Jr., but Jackson soon took a strong interest in him.

  3. Oct 5, 2022 · Lyncoya, a Creek Indian orphan, was raised at the Hermitage, the household of Andrew and Rachel Jackson.

  4. Jan 26, 2023 · Jackson's "adopted son" Lyncoya was suggested by some as evidence that Jackson was not a monster, and did not hate all Native Americans. As described in a report from Slate, the truth about their relationship is largely a historical mystery – though there are plenty of clues about Jackson's true motivations.

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  5. Jun 16, 2019 · Andrew Jackson and Lyncoya, his adopted Indian son: A Father's Day story - The Washington Post Advertisement This article was published more than 4 years ago Andrew Jackson slaughtered...

  6. Apr 29, 2016 · Jackson named this “son” Lyncoya (sometimes spelled “Lincoyer”). A monument to his short life, near the site of the lopsided 1813 battle that claimed the lives of most of the people in his...

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