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Database Type: Maps
Item ID Number: 9632

Map Number 9632 
Cartographer A. Lacarriere Latour 
Title Map of Mobile Point & Part of the Bay, & of Dauphine Island; shewing the position of the British Land & Naval Forces... 
Date c.1816 
Publisher John Conrad 
Place of Publication Philadelphia 
Image Size (mm) 185 x 291 
Image Size (Inches) 7.28 x 11.46 
Coloring Hand Colored 
Condition Very Good, backed on acid free tissue paper for long term preservation  
Notes War of 1812. The Battle of New Orleans was an engagement fought between January 8 and January 18, 1815, constituting the final major and most one-sided battle of the War of 1812. American combatants, commanded by Major General Andrew Jackson, prevented the British Army, Royal Marines and a large Royal Navy fleet, commanded by Admiral Alexander Cochrane and General Edward Pakenham, from seizing New Orleans as a strategic tool to end the war. The Treaty of Ghent was signed on December 24, 1814 (but was not ratified by the US Government until February 1815), and hostilities would continue without the involved parties knowing about the Treaty, until January 18 when all of the British forces had retreated, finally putting an end to the Battle of New Orleans. 
Price (US$) 375  
Short Description Maps Military; Maps United States South Louisiana;  

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