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    peace treaty called the Treaty of Ghent, the Battle of New Orleans began. The Treaty of Ghent was signed on December 24, 1814, and restored the boundaries before the war, allowing the War of 1812 to be officially over. Although the peace treaty was signed after the War of 1812, the communication took a while to travel to the United States. This caused the Battle of New Orleans to be unaware…

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    In the Newsela Article, The Battle of New Orleans, the main idea of the article would be that it, explains what the Battle of New Orleans was, and also provides extra events that occured outside of The Battle of New Orleans. In history class we have just recently learned about The Battle of New Orleans. I know The Battle of New Orleans was a war in 1812, which lasted till 1815, that was fought bewtween the U.S and Britain. The newsela article suggests that, " The Battle of New Orleans was fought…

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    1. Based upon your reading of Remini, The Battle of New Orleans, explain the factors that allowed the Americans to defeat the British in the battle. The War of 1812 was first started because the British decided to block American shipping. This insulted the Americans pride, especially the Navy. It was a war that should have been avoided because the Council had repealed the orders two days before. The British burned American seaports and ravaged the half constructed capital of Washington. Our…

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    One of the most prominent battles in American history is the battle of New Orleans which occurred during the War of 1812. This battle commonly known as the Miracle on the Mississippi and is often overlooked; but, this battle was the final and major conquest of the war. General Andrew Jackson led the troops to triumph at New Orleans, which ensured the growth and westward expansion of the country. Even though, the United States (U.S.) did not anticipate fighting in the battle, the great victory…

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    1st Lieutenant Michael Salvo January 13, 2017 2nd Lieutenant Jerry Chen Private Ashton Benn The Battle Of New Orleans The Battle of New Orleans started with the Union wanting the lower part of the Mississippi river. The Union wanted the Mississippi river because it was the only remaining area for the Confederate and it took away their huge port to receive things and trade their southern goods that they grew or made. That would really help the Union. The Battle of Orleans was one of the…

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    American culture and the popular norm view New Orleans as a wild, uncultured, vivacious, and eccentric; a city without rules, and where you can party and drink till the sun rises. A city where the lines are blurred, and you can find people and characters like no other. In many respects, media and popular culture portray New Orleans accurately, capturing some unique events and people on film or bringing the culture to life in movies. “The Princess and the Frog” showed a lot of the bayou, which…

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    Danny Glover once stated, “When Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf and the floodwaters rose and tore through New Orleans, it did not turn the region into a Third World country…it revealed one” (Glover). In the wake of this darkness, Hurricane Katrina proved to America that as a nation, there was no way to prepare for a disaster of this size. As the winds raged on and the waters crashed against the coast, ultimately drowning out around 80% of the state, Hurricane Katrina proved to be more than…

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    Andrew Jackson Monster

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    Andrew Jackson a monster Andrew Jackson had many historic events such as the War of 1812, trail of tears, and the kitchen cabinet. Some people think this is heroic events. But they are wrong, these acts such as firing is cabinet because of a goesp of his with cheating and firing them and not hiring anybody back was not the best move. As well as the war of new Orleans was not needed for the war was already over. And the trail of tears, the trail of tears was one of the worst acts in history.…

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    story starting from his origination, to his existence with his grandmother, to his initially cherish (which was extremely disagreeable), to his initially separation (which I believe was beneficial for him), to his initially enterprise with his cornet, and stop to the start of his superb vocation in Jazz music, which he leaves a great heritage. It was fascinating to get a look at New Orleans in the beginning of Jazz through the eyes of a standout amongst the most popular and regarded performers…

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    Hurricane Katrina Failure

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    living in the southern states hit by the hurricane, especially those in New Orleans. This topic became very difficult for people in the south to cope on, but it was also a learning experience physically, and financially. If Katrina never existed, the levees in New Orleans would still be vulnerable and weak, but now that it happened, they are built stronger and stealthier to uphold stronger impacts of any…

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