Daniel Feller is a Distinguished Professor in the Humanities, a professor of history, and the editor and director of the Papers of Andrew Jackson at the University of Tennessee. His books include The Public Lands in Jacksonian Politics (1984), The Jacksonian Promise: America, 1815-1840 (1995), and an annotated abridgement of Harriet Martineau's Retrospect of Western Travel (2000). He was the lead scholar for the pbs biography "Andrew Jackson: Good, Evil, and the Presidency" and has been featured on television series "History Detectives," "Ten Things You Don't Know About," and "Who Do You Think You Are?" Since 2004 Feller and his team have published four volumes of the Jackson Papers, covering the presidential years 1829 through 1832.
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- Andrew Jackson and Donald Trump: Outsiders Alike? *
- Andrew Jackson, Indian Removal, and the Trail of Tears
- Democratic Science: The Politics of Knowledge in Jacksonian America
- Passion, Prejudice, and Policy: Andrew Jackson in the White House
- Secession, Slavery, and the Causes of the Civil War
- The People's Will Denied? Backroom Politics and the Election of 1824
- The Presidency of Andrew Jackson: New Light from His Papers
Lectures marked with a * are offered as part of the OAH's initiative, Historians' Perspectives on the Rise of Donald Trump.