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Battle of New Orleans - History of the War of 1812 - Military History
The Battle of New Orleans was fought between December 23, 1814 and January 8, 1815. Unaware that peace had been concluded at Ghent, British forces ...
Battle of New Orleans - American Civil War
The city of New Orleans was captured by Union forces on April 25, 1862. Battling past the Confederate forts on the Mississippi River, Flag Officer David G.
The War of 1812: An Overview - Military History - About.com
Edward Pakenham prepared to attack New Orleans. Opposed by Maj. Gen. Andrew Jackson, the British were defeated at the Battle of New Orleans on January 8 ...
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Want the fast facts about the Battle of New Orleans? Learn about the battle, its outcome, and its significance.
Battle of New Orleans - 19th Century History - About.com
Perhaps the one thing everyone knows about the Battle of New Orleans: it was not only the final battle of the War of 1812, it actually was fought after the war was  ...
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An article about the New Orleans Battle against England in the War of 1812.
Battle of New Orleans Coloring Page - Homeschooling - About.com
Battle of New Orleans Coloring Page - January Worksheets - Teachable Moments in January. Unaware of the peace treaty signed two weeks earlier, 7500 ...
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Photograph Courtesy of the National Archives & Records Administration. The Battle of New Orleans. Photograph Courtesy of the National Archives & Records  ...
The Old Ursuline Convent in New Orleans - Historic Ursuline Convent
The night before the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812, nuns and relatives of the men fighting with Andrew Jackson's forces spent the night in prayer ...
Battle of Mobile Bay - Military History - About.com
Battle of Mobile Bay - Background: With the fall of New Orleans in April 1862, Mobile, Alabama became the Confederacy's principal port in the eastern Gulf of ...
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