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3 edition of Official copy of the militia law of Louisiana found in the catalog.

Official copy of the militia law of Louisiana

adopted by the state legislature, Jan. 23, 1862

by Louisiana

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Published by Tom Bynum Printer in Baton Rouge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24597062M

A British visitor to America wrote that Jackson had “a game-cock look.” He was a gaunt six feet one, with sallow skin, a lantern jaw, long, loose teeth, and iron-gray hair that stood straight up. Education: Georgetown College, District of Columbia, and St. Mary College, Baltimore, graduated in Returned to New Orleans where he read law in the office of Christian Roselius (q.v.) while studying law at the University of Louisiana (now Tulane University). Admitted to the Louisiana bar, , practiced law for several years.

The book most historians regard as an exhaustive history of the Battle of New Orleans in particular, “A Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana, written by Jackson’s chief engineer Arsene Lacarriere Latour and published in , does not mention this Laffite company as such, which is curious considering Latour was a best. Full text of "The settlement of the German coast of Louisiana and the Creoles of German descent" See other formats.

  Unsubscribe from Meme Militia? Cancel How a Mesa Lieutenant thought he was above the law - Duration: 12 News 1,, views. 3 . Book/Printed Material Militia Law. An act to amend an Act intituled "An act to anend and reduce into one act, the several acts of Assembly for regulating the militia of .


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