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    • "The Battle of New Orleans" scene

    • Engraving of Major-General Andrew Jackson, sword aloft, standing with troops behind American ramparts at the Battle of New Orleans. Two frontier militiamen and a black man are in forefront. The black man is rummaging through a bag of musket balls....
    • approximately 1861
    • American Generals, War of 1812

    • Black and white patriotic lithograph depicts Generals Henry Dearborn, Winfield Scott, Andrew Jackson, William Henry Harrison, Jacob Jennings Brown, and Zebulon Pike. Image is decorated with cannon barrel, sabers, olive branches, and a U.S. flag.
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    • Andrew Jackson

    • A color print of Andrew Jackson standing next to a tree. He is wearing a dark suit and is holding is hat and cane in one hand and his glove in the other. There is a white house in the background with a dirt path leading to it.
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    • Andrew Jackson cartoon

    • A newspaper illustration of Andrew Jackson's portrait in the middle with cherubs surrounding it. Above the portrait is Lady Liberty with the U.S. flag wrapped around her and then below his portrait is a picture of the Battle of New Orleans.
    • 1856 January 19
    • Andrew Jackson portrait

    • Andrew Jackson (1767-1845). Engraving by H. B. Hall from a painting by Vanderlyn in the City Hall, New York. Portrayed young, in military attire. Portrait from waist up, right hand grasping sabor. From "Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 2," by James...
    • 1888
    • Andrew Jackson portrait

    • Hand-colored patriotic engraving depicts bust image of General Andrew Jackson superimposed on U.S. flags, cannons, cannonballs, and an American eagle. Titled "Jackson/New Orleans Jany. 8th 1815."
    • 1832
    • Andrew Jackson portrait

    • Portrait of Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) in military dress by Ralph E. W. Earl, painted in 1833. Portait from waist up. He holds a sabor in his hand, and other hand is on his waist.
    • 1833
    • Andrew Jackson returns to Nashville

    • Print depicting Andrew Jackson in a carriage drawn by a dark and a light horse. The carriage has a driver and a footman, as well as one other passenger. Troops and buildings in the background. Civilians in foreground. Return to Nashvillle
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    • Aunt Sophie

    • Woman who is thought to be a former slave taken at the Crockett home in Brentwood, Tennessee. She was called Aunt Sophie. The back of the photograph the following information: "Aunt Sophie at the age of 106; she remembers the War of 1812. Picture...
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    • Battle of Horseshoe Bend

    • Battle of Horseshoe Bend book and map. Detailed map of Horseshoe Bend, including landmarks and military positions. Small, drawn flags. Includes a numerical indentification of landmarks and positions.
    • 1814 March 31
    • Battle of New Orleans

    • Hyacinth Ladott's drawing of the Battle of New Orleans on Chalmette plain. Script at the bottom in French and English. British General Edward Pakenham mentioned. A copy of this drawing is in the TSLA Map Collection.
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    • Battle of New Orleans scene

    • Color engraving, "Battle of New Orleans," depicts British redcoats attacking an American position. The Americans are firing muskets and a cannon at the enemy. From John Frost, "An Illuminated History of North America."
    • 1860
    • Battle of New Orleans scene

    • Black and white engraving, "The Battle of New Orleans," depicts Major-General Andrew Jackson atop a white horse and rallying his troops to defend an American position. Visible are a U.S. flag, a cannon and cannoneer, and British troops attacking...
    • approximately 1858
    • Battle of New Orleans scene

    • Black and white engraving, "The Battle of New Orleans," depicts Major-General Andrew Jackson atop a white horse and rallying his troops to defend an American position. Visible are a U.S. flag, a cannon and cannoneer, and British troops attacking...
    • approximately 1858
    • Brigadier General John Coffee

    • John Coffee (1772-1833) was a merchant, land speculator, and military leader who participated in every one of the Tennessee battles during the Creek War and in the campaign at New Orleans. Previously Andrew Jackson's business partner, Coffee became...
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