Battle of New Orleans and Death of Major General Pakenham
This hand-colored engraving, made in Philadelphia in 1816, depicts the Battle of New Orleans from behind the British lines. The officers pray and weep for their commander, Maj. Gen. Pakenham, who received a fatal wound in the battle.
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