Welcome to New Orleans 1815
I s'pose you've read it in the prints, how Packenham attempted. To make Old Hickory Jackson wince, but soon his schemes repented; For we with rifles ready cocked, thought such occasion lucky, And soon around the general flocked the hunters of Kentucky.
A popular song celebrating the American victory at New Orleans. Used by Andrew Jackson in his 1828 campaign for president.
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12/10/14Added links for spectators to buy tickets
11/21/14Added Docville Dinner and Dance page.
12/01/14Registration is closed.
11/21/14Added Battle of New Orleans Commemorative Dinner and Dance to Calendar page.
10/06/14Added Registration Closes December 1st! video to Media page.
09/29/14Added Calendar page
08/20/14Added donate page and updated the battle page.
07/09/14Added Grand Finale page.
07/02/14Added Le Grand Bal page.
06/20/14Added Crown Forces Authenticity Guidelines page.
06/18/14Updated the Chalmette Battlefield events page.
06/04/14Added vendor to American Civilian Guidelines Page.
05/28/14Added American Civilian Guidelines Page.
05/23/14Added Civilian Activities page.
05/07/14Updated both registration pages with NPS disclaimer.
04/16/14Added New Orleans It's Whatever You Want It to Be! video to Media page.
04/04/14Added US Authenticity Guidelines page.
03/14/14Added Registration now open video to the Media page. Added US and Crown Forces registration pages.
02/07/14Added British Teaser video to the Media page.
02/03/14Updated the Hotel info page.
02/02/14Updated the Napoleon House page.
01/30/14Updated the Battle page.
01/22/14Updated the hotel
01/19/14Added New Orleans 2014 event video to the Media page.
11/29/13Added Media page and New Orleans 2015 American teaser video.
11/18/13Updated the Napoleon House Soiree page. Soiree has been SOLD OUT!
11/15/13Updated the Napoleon House Soiree page.