The Hermitage burned on a couple of occasions, including in 1834, when Andrew Jackson was serving as president. Vice President of Museum Services and Chief Curator Marsha Mullin talks about the fire and the house’s restoration. She also explains what Andrew Jackson Jr.’s involvement in the restoration process tells us about the president’s troubled son.

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