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  • Hardcover
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  • A Bloodless Victory The Battle of New Orleans in History and Memory
  • Joseph F. Stoltz III
  • en
  • 12 August 2017
  • 9781421423029

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    Disclaimer Dr Stoltz is a close personal and professional friendRating books on memory is a difficult task largely becaus

  2. says:

    Excellent history of the Battle of New Orleans and overall commemoration over the past 200 years

  3. says:

    An excellent examination of how history is a living thing And a reminder that remembering is an act of creationGreat work Joe

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A Bloodless Victory The Battle of New Orleans in History and Memory

Once celebrated on par with the Fourth of July January 8th―the anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans―is no longer a day of reverence for most Americans Although the United States’ stunning 1815 defeat of the British army south of New Orleans gave rise to the presidency of Andrew Jackson the Democratic Party and the legend of Jean Laffite the battle has not been a national holiday since 1861Joseph F Stoltz III explores how generations of Americans have consciously revised reinterpreted and ree The Isles no longer a day of reverence for most Americans Although the United States’ stunning 1815 defeat of the British army south of New Orleans gave rise to the presidency of Andrew Jackson the Democratic Party and the legend of Jean Laffite the battle has KING not been a Ty jesteś moje imię national holiday since 1861Joseph F Stoltz III explores how generations of Americans have consciously revised reinterpreted and ree

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