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[View of the battle near Chalmettes plantation, Jan. 8, 1815]

[View of the battle near Chalmettes plantation, Jan. 8, 1815]

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Summary

Print shows a bird's-eye view of the battlefield printed above a key identifying the essential features, with the Mississippi River in the foreground.
Title devised by Library staff.
This print is the key to illustration filed under: PGA - Debucourt Defeat of the British army ... (D size).
Jean Hyacinthe Laclotte served as an engineer in the First Louisiana Military during the Battle of New Orleans.

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Date

01/01/1815
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Contributors

Laclotte, Jean Hyacinthe, 1765-1828, artist
place

Location

New Orleans (La.)29.95472, -90.07500
Google Map of 29.954722222222223, -90.075
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