The Williams Research Center maintains an incomparable library relating to the Battle of New Orleans, running the gamut from rare pamphlets and printed broadsides to the very latest scholarly and popular histories. This descriptive list, while not all-inclusive, will convey the scope and importance of our holdings. All of these materials are available to you at the Williams Research Center.

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RARE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND PRINTED EPHEMERA, PRE-1820: (the earliest published accounts of the battle, as well as printed broadsides)

RARE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND PRINTED EPHEMERA, 1820-1899: (early accounts, broadsides, published correspondence and reports, commemorative addresses, and related texts)

PUBLISHED WORKS AND PRINTED EPHEMERA, 1900-1989: (studies, critiques, biographies, commemorations, etc.)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS, 1990-: (the latest scholarly and popular works concerning the battle and the larger conflict)

ENCYCLOPEDIAS, CATALOGUES, AND PRINTED BIBLIOGRAPHIES: (reference works and guides to relevant document collections)

ARTICLES AND SERIAL PUBLICATIONS: (scholarly and popular journals and magazines)

WILLIAM COOK WAR OF 1812 LIBRARY (part of MSS 557, the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection)


RARE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, AND PRINTED EPHEMERA, PRE-1820


Mr. Madison's War. A Dispassionate Inquiry into the Reasons Alleged by Mr. Madison for Declaring an Offensive and Ruinous War Against Great-Britain. Together with Some Suggestions as to a Peaceable and Constitutional Mode of Averting That Dreadful Calamity. By A New-England Farmer / Lowell, John. Boston: Printed by Russell & Cutler, 1812. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 208).

The War. New York: [S. Woodworth, 1812-15]. Bound serial publication, volumes 1-3, with index. OVR. R. PAM. E351.W37 1812

Sketches of the war between the United States and the British Isles: intended as a faithful history of all the material events from the time of the declaration in 1812 to and including the treaty of peace in 1815: interspersed with geograhpical [sic] descriptions of places, and biographical notices for distinguished mili-tary and naval commanders. Rutland, Vt.: Fay and Davison, 1815. 2 vols. in 1; 496 pp. *E354.S62 1815.

Geschichte des Americanischen Kriegs, von 1812, vom Unfang bis zum endlichen Schlub deffelben, an dem glorreichen Uchten Januar, 1815, vor Neu=Orleans… Reading: Johann Ritter und Comp., 1817. 273 pp. *E355.G44 1817.

History of the late war in the western country, comprising a full account of all the transactions in that quarter, from the commencement of hostilities at Tippecanoe, to the termination on the return of peace. Lexington, Ky.: Worsley & Smith, 1816. 534 pp. E355.1.M12.

Notes on the war in the South; with biographical sketches of the lives of Montgomery, Jackson, Sevier, the late Gov. Claiborne, and others / Claiborne, Nathaniel Herbert. Richmond: William Ramsey, 1819. 112 pp. *E355.1.C58.

Historical memoir of the war in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15 : with an atlas / Latour, Arsène Lacarrière. Philadelphia: John Conrad, 1816. 264 pp. + appendix. *E355.6.L35.

Resolutions reported by the military committee, expressive of the high sense entertained by Congress, of the patriotism and good conduct of the people of Louisiana and New Orleans, during the late military operations before that city. February 13, 1815 / United States Congress. Washington City: R.C. Weightman, 1815. 4 pp. R. PAM. and *E356.N5 U515 1815.

Resolutions reported by the military committee, expressive of the thanks of Congress to Major General Jackson, and the troops under his command, for their gallantry and good conduct, in the defence of New Orleans. February 13, 1815 / United States Congress. Washington City: R.C. Weightman, 1815. 4 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 U518 1815.

Schlacht bei Neu=Orleans oder: General Jackson's sieg über die Britten. Publication: [New Orleans : s.n., 1815?]. Printed broadside, in German, with separate English translation. OVR. R. PAM. E356.N5 S3 1800.

Report of the Committee of Claims, to whom was recommitted the Bill for the Relief of Thaddeus Mayhew, of the State of Louisiana: December 28, 1818, read and ordered to be printed / United States Congress, House Committee on Claims. [Washington: s.n., 1818]. 19 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 U512 1818.

Message from the President of the United States communicating Information of a Treaty with Great Britain; also, explanations of the Imperial Arrete, declaring a Blockade of the British Islands, so far as respects Neutral Commerce: and a letter from Cowles Mead, Esq. Announcing the Surrender of Aaron Burr to Civil Authority / Thomas Jefferson. City of Washington: A. & G. Way, 1807. 8 pp. R. PAM. E358.U5 1807.

The life of Andrew Jackson, major general in the service of the United States: comprising a history of the war in the South, from the commencement of the Creek campaign to the termination of hostilities before New Orleans / Reid, John; Eaton, John Henry. Philadelphia: M. Carey & Son, 1817. 425 pp. *E382.E11 1817.

Memoirs of Andrew Jackson, major-general in the Army of the United States; and commander in chief of the Division of the South / Waldo, S. Putnam. 5th ed., improved. Hartford: J. & W. Russell, 1819. 336 pp. *E382.W168.

Etat de la Louisiane. - ordres generaux de milice. quariers generaux, 26 Janvier 1815. le governeur et commandant en chef félicite la milice de l'Etate sur l'expulsion de l'ennemi dont l'audace ... / Louisiana., Governor, 1812-1816 (Claiborne). [New Orleans, La.?: s.n., 1815. Printed broadside. French language proclamation from Gov. Claiborne publicly giving thanks to military forces for their recent victory. Acc. no. 92-203-RL (FF, E356.N5 C53 1815).

Grand Batle [sic] of N. Orleans, Under The Veteran General Andrew Jackson ... by anonymous printer. Ca. 1817. Woodcuts and printed text. Printed broadside with extracts of official letters pertaining to the Battle of New Orleans; song about the Battle of Plattsburgh and the victory on Lake Champlain in which the British were defeated by the Green Mountain Boys on September 11, 1814; 35 small scenes pertaining to the battles described in the text: Chain of our Union; Commodore Thomas MacDonough's victory and the Battle of Niagara; and one scene of New Orleans with boats in the harbor and the city in flames. Acc. no. 1953.6i-xxxv.

Treaty of Peace… Ca. 1815. Printed broadside. Acc. no. 86-2353-RL (FF E357.6 T74 1815z).

The field of Orleans : a poem / by the author of several fugitive pieces [Hutton, Joseph, 1787-1828]. Philadelphia : Published by W. Anderson, 1816. 31, [3] p. ; 15 cm. Acc. no. 2013.0242. R. Pams. PS208 .E37 1816


RARE BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, AND PRINTED EPHEMERA, 1820-1899


Official letters of the military and naval officers of the United States, during the war with Great Britain in the years 1812, 13, 14, & 15, with some additional letters and documents elucidating the history of that period / Brannan, John (comp.). Washington City: Way & Gideon, 1823. 510 pp. *E351.B82.

The glory of America; comprising the memoirs of the lives and glorious exploits of some of the distinguished officers engaged in the late war with Great Britain… / Thomas, R. New York: Ezra Strong, 1844. 575 pp. *E353.T46 1844.

A Concise Narrative of General Jackson's First Invasion of Florida and of His Immortal Defence of New-Orleans: with Remarks. By Aristides / [Van Ness, William Peter]. Second Edition--with Additions. Published by order of the General Committee of Republican Young Men of New-York. New York: W. M. Murden & A. Ming, Jr., 1 Murray-street, 1827. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 209).

Report. No. 140. Tennessee Militiamen. Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, to which Were Referred the Correspondence and Documents from the War Department, in Relation to the Proceedings of a Court Martial, Ordered for the Trial of Certain Tennessee Militiamen. February 11, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table / United States. 20th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives. Washington: Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1828. 63 pp. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 216).

Monday, June 23, 1828, No. 4. The Six Militia Men… / Friends of Reform and Corruption's Adversary. [Cincinnati: Office of the Cincinnati Advertiser, 1828]. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 217).

The Case of the Six Mutineers, Whose Conviction and Sentence Were Approved of by General Jackson, Fairly Stated: with a Refutation of Some of the Falsehoods Circulated on This Subject / [Democratic Party. New York. Albany.] Albany: Printed for the Albany Argus, by Webster & Wood, 1828. 32 pp. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 218).

An authentick history of the late war between the United States and Great Britain, with a full account of every battle by sea and land… / Davis, Paris M. Ithaca: Davis & Saunders, 1829. 360 pp. *E354.D25.

Official Record from the War Department, of the Proceedings of the Court Martial Which Tried, and the Orders of General Jackson for Shooting the Six Militia Men, Together with Official Letters from the War Department… Showing that These American Citizens were Inhumanly & Illegally Massacred / United States. War Department. Washington: Printed at the Office of Jonathan Elliot, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1828. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 213-215; multiple editions).

The four principal battles of the late war. Being a full detailed account of the battle of Chippeway, fall and destruction of the city of Washington, battles of Baltimore, and New Orleans / Davis, Paris M.; Brown, Jacob. Harrisburg, Pa: J. Baab, 1832. 32 pp. R. PAM. E354.D3 1832.

Historical sketch of the second war between the United States and Great Britain, declared by act of Congress, the 18th of June, 1812, and concluded by peace, the 15th of February, 1815 / Ingersoll, Charles J. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1849. Volume 2 only. E354.I47 vol. 2.

The pictorial field-book of the War of 1812; or, illustrations, by pen and pencil, of the history, biography, scenery, relics, and traditions of the last war for American independence / Lossing, Benson L. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1869. 1084 pp. *E354.L875.

A narrative of the campaigns of the British army at Washington and New Orleans, under Generals Ross, Pakenham, and Lambert, in the years 1814 and 1815 : with some account of the countries visited / [Gleig, G. R.] 1796-1888. London: J. Murray, 1821. 377 pp. *E355.6.G55.

Letters of Gen. Adair and Gen. Jackson relative to the charge of cowardice made by the latter against the Kentucky troops at New Orleans / Jackson, Andrew; Adair, John. [Lexington, Ky.: Printed by Thomas Smith, editor of the Kentucky Reporter, 1824. 64 pp. *E355.6.J33 1824.

A subaltern in America; comprising the narrative of the campaigns of the British army, at Baltimore, Washington, &c., &c., during the late war / [Gleig, G. R.] Philadelphia; Baltimore: E. L. Carey & A. Hart; Carey, Hart & co., 1833. 266 pp. *E355.6.S83 1833.

An oration, delivered on the fourteenth anniversary of the battle of New-Orleans, at Goffstown, January 8, 1829 / Atherton, Charles Gordon, 1804-1853. Concord [N.H.]: R. H. Sherburne and Co., 1829. 20 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 A76 1829.

A narrative of events in the south of France, and of the attack on New Orleans, in 1814 and 1815 / Cooke, John Henry, Sr, 1791-1870. London: T. & W. Boone, 1835. 319 pp. *E356.N5 C7.

Explanation of the picture of Andrew Jackson, before Judge Hall at New Orleans, 1815, sustaining the laws of his country, as he had defended her liberties in the field, painted by C. Schussele, of Philadelphia / Call, Richard Keith; Schussele, Christian,; Hedenberg, C. J.; et. al. New York: Martin B. Brown, printer and stationer, 1860. 16 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 C3 1860.

An official and full detail of the great Battle of New Orleans: which closed the late war with Great Britain and Her dependencies / Davis, P. M. 59 pp. New York: 1836. R. PAM. E356.N5 D32 1836.

An address delivered at Salem on the eighth of January, 1836 : at the request of the Democratic Young Men of that place in commemoration of the victory of New Orleans / Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847. Boston: Beals & Greene, 1836. 61 pp. R. PAM and *E356.N5 E85 1836.

"Battle of New Orleans" excerpt from Daring Deeds of American Heroes, [s.l.: s.n., 1852]. 13 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 B27 1852.

"The battle of New-Orleans" by Fr. Flaneur, from Knickerbocker Magazine [New York : s.n.], 1841. 10 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 F5 1841.

"Gen. Jackson's victory at New Orleans" [s.l. : s.n., 1860]. 3 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 G38 1860.

An address, delivered at Concord, N.H. January 8, 1828, being the thirteenth anniversary of Jackson's victory at New Orleans / Hill, Isaac, 1789-1851; Thornton, James B.; Felton, Nathan Buckman, et al. Concord, N.H: Manahan, Hoag & Co., 1828. 44 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 H6 1828.

Petition of John Hudry, of Louisiana, praying remuneration for services and advances made for the defence of New Orleans in 1814, '15 / Hudry, John. [Washington: s.n., 1834]. 5 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 H87 1834.

Resolutions of the Legislature of Louisiana: calling the attention of Congress to a memorial of that state presented in the year 1846, praying the removal of obstructions placed in Bayou Lafourche, by order of General Jackson, during the invasion of Louisiana by the British in 1814 and 1815 / Louisiana Legislature. [Washington: s.n., 1856]. 2 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 L58 1856.

Report of the Committee of the Senate in relation to the fine imposed on Gen. Jackson: together with the documents acompanying the same / Louisiana Senate. [New Orleans: s.n., 1843]. 31 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 L6 1843

Réflexions sur la campagne du Général André Jackson en Louisiane, en 1814 et 1815 / Marigny, Bernard, 1785-1868. New Orleans: Sollée, 1848. 51 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 M3 1848 (see also Cook Collection, Mss 557, f. 219).

The Battle-Grounds of America: No. V—New Orleans. From the ms. of an Eye-Witness. [Philadelphia: George R. Graham, 1845]. 4 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 N4 1845.

Discours prononcé a la Cathédral de Saint-Louis (Nouvelle-Orléans, 1846), à l'occasion de l'anniversaire du 8 Janvier / Roquette, (L'Abbé) A. Paris: Librairie de Sauvaignat, 1846. 40 pp. *E356.N5 R63 1846.

In the Senate of the United States, December 16, 1879, ordered to be printed. Mr. Randolph, from the Committee on Military Affairs, submitted the following report... to aid the completion of the soldiers' and sailors' monument at Chalmette National Cemetery, Louisiana ... / United States Congress, Senate Committee on Military Affairs. [Washington : s.n., 1879]. 1 p. R. PAM. E356.N5 U512 1879

Arrest and trial of E. Louis Louallier [sic, i.e. Louaillier] / United States War Dept. [Washington : s.n., 1843]. 18 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 U58 1843

Jackson and New Orleans; An authentic narrative of the memorable achievements of the American army, under Andrew Jackson, before New Orleans, in the winter of 1814, ‘15 / Walker, Alexander, 1818-1893. New York; Cincinnati: J. C. Derby; H. W. Derby, 1856. 411 pp. *E356.N5 W2.

The appeal of L. Louaillier, sen. against the charge of high treason, and explaining the transactions at New-Orleans / Louaillier, L. [s.l.: s.n.], 1827. 28 pp. R. PAM. and *E359.5.L8 L8.

Report of the Secretary of War in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 7th ultimo, calling for information relative to the obstructions at the mouth of Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana / United States Senate. Washington: s.n., 1856. 8 pp. R. PAM. E356.N5 U58 1856.

Memorial of Beverly Chew and others, survivors of Beale's rifle company, praying that each individual who belonged to that company be allowed a section of land in Louisiana ... / Chew, Beverly, et al. [Washington]: Gales & Seaton, 1835. 3 pp. R. PAM. E359.4.C45 1835.

Report of the Committee of Claims on the petition of Jacob Purkill. January 6, 1820. Read, and committed to a committee of the whole House to-morrow / United States Congress, House Committee of Claims. [Washington : s.n., 1820]. 6 pp. R. PAM. E359.4.U432 1820.

[Report on the petition of] Francis Larche / United States Congress, House Committee of Claims. [Washington : s.n., 1826]. 7 pp. R. PAM. E359.4.U5170 1826.

Report … [regarding] the memorial of Sam. C. Reid, on behalf of the captain, owners, officers, and crew of the late United States private-armed brig General Armstrong… / United States Senate. [Washington: G.P.O., 1880]. 25 pp. R. PAM. E360.U55 P46 1880.

Les Anglais a la Louisiane, en 1814 et 1815 / Urbain, David. Nouvelle-Orleans: [s.n.], 1845. 60 pp. R. PAM. and *E364.D3 1845.

An official and full detail of the great Battle of New Orleans : which closed the late war with Great Britain and Her dependencies / Davis, P. M. New York, 1836. R. PAM. E356.N5 D32 1836.

Plain Reasons of a Plain Man, for preferring Gen. Jackson to Mr. Adams, as President of the United States / Harper, Robert Goodloe. Baltimore: Benjamin Edes, 1825. R. PAM. E375.H3 1825.

A brief account of the execution of the six militia men. [s.l.: s.n., 1828]. Printed broadside. OVR. R. PAM. E380.B7 1828. See also William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 190, 191).

Jackson at New Orleans. Adams at Ghent. 1828. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 181).

Jackson's Victory at New Orleans / Wakeman, Hezekiah. 1828. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 182).

Monumental Inscriptions / Binns, John. [Philadelphia]: 1828. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 210, 211).

Wooden Breast Bone, and Jackson's Victory / Demming, L. Ca. 1845. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 185).

[Coffin Broadside.] Monumental Inscriptions! These Inscriptions, compiled from authentic sources, but principally from Official Documents, communicated by the Department of War to Congress, on the 25th of January 1828, are, in this form, submitted to the serious consideration of the American People... / Binns, John (publisher). 1828. Printed broadside. Note: It is believed this was the first of the famous "coffin broadsides" to be issued. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 188).

[Coffin Broadside.] Mournful Tragedy or, The Death of Jacob Webb, David Morrow, John Harris, Henry Lewis, David Hunt, and Edward Lindsay, Six Militia Men who were condemned to die, the sentence approved by Major General Jackson, and by his order the whole six shot. 1828 July. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 189).

[Coffin Broadside.] Some Further Account of Some of the Bloody Deeds of General Jackson, Being a Supplement to the "Coffin Handbill"… / Taliaferro, John. [1828]. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 192).

[Coffin broadside]. (Recto): An Account of Some of the Bloody Deeds of General Jackson. (Verso): The Trial of the Six Militia Men, taken from Official Papers, as reported by the Secretary of War on Mr. Sloan's Resolution. [1828]. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 193).

[Coffin broadside]. "An Account of some of the Bloody Deeds of Gen. Jackson." [1928]. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 197).

[Coffin broadside]. A Brief Account of Some of the Bloody Deeds of General Jackson. [1928]. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 198).

[Coffin broadside]. Some account of some of the Bloody Deeds of General Jackson. [1928]. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 199).

[Coffin broadside]. Some Account of some of the Bloody Deeds of Gen. Jackson. [1928]. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 200).

[Coffin broadside]. Some Account of some of the Bloody Deeds of Gen. Jackson. Facsimile edition, annotated with personal account by Thomas Hart Benson's daughter on verso. 1896. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 201).

[Coffin broadside]. Facts Concerning the Six Militia Men and General Jackson. [1828]. Printed broadside. Part of the William C. Cook War of 1812 in the South Collection (Mss 557, f. 203).

Military despotism! Arbitrary arrest of a judge!! ... Nine years, after, this "military despot" who made the "arbitrary arrest" was elected President by the Democracy. A Piece of Hickory. -- [S.l.: s.n., between 1842 and 1845]. Printed broadside. Acc. no. 86-2234-RL. R. PAM. E382.M58 1842. See also FF Politics 01.

Proceedings of the delegates of the friends of the administration of John Quincy Adams, assembled in convention at Baton Rouge. New Orleans: Benjamin Levy, 1827. 28 pp. R. PAM. E380.F7 1827

An address, delivered at Faneuil Hall, Boston, January 8, 1828… / Greene, Nathaniel, 1797-1877.; Crosby, William George. Boston [Mass.]: Richardson and Lord, 1828. 16 pp. (incomplete). *E380.G82.

Address of the state convention of delegates from the several counties of the state of New-York to the people, on the subject of the approaching presidential election / National Republican Party, New York. Albany: Beach, Denio & Richards, 1828. 16 pp. R. PAM. E380. N3 1828.

Biographical sketch of the life of Andrew Jackson, major-general of the armies of the United States, the hero of New-Orleans. Hudson, N.Y.: William E. Norman, 1828. 65 pp. *E382.B5 1828.

Eulogy on the life and character of General Andrew Jackson, delivered at Bedford, Pa., July 28th, 1845 / Black, Jeremiah S. Chambersburg (Pa.): Weekly Messenger, 1845. 23 pp. R. PAM. E382.B6.

Life of Andrew Jackson, president of the United States of America / Cobbett, William. London: [Wm. Cobbett], 1834. 142 pp. *E382.C63 1834.

An address on the character and services of Andrew Jackson, delivered, by invitation, before the General Assembly of Ohio, January 8, 1864 / Dorsey, G[odwin] Volney. Columbus, Oh.: Glenn, Thrall & Heide, 1864. 38 pp. R. PAM. E382.D71

The inauguration of Mill's equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson, at Washington, January 8, 1853 / Douglas, Stephen Arnold. [Washington: s.n., 1853]. 8 pp. R. PAM. E382.D731 1853.

Monument to the memory of Andrew Jackson: containing twenty-five eulogies and sermons delivered on the occasion of his death… / Dusenbery, B. M. Philadelphia: Walker & Gillis, 1846. 416 pp. *E382.D96.

Pictorial life of Andrew Jackson, embellished with numerous engravings, from designs by William Croome / Frost, John. Hartford: Wm. Jas. Hamersley; Philadelphia: Martin Bomberger, 1851. 560 pp. *E382.F91 1851.

A History of the life and public services of Major General Andrew Jackson; impartially compiled from the most authentic sources. [s.l.: s.n.], 1828. 37 pp. R. PAM. E382.H67.

Oration of Hon. John F. House, at the unveiling of the Statue of Gen. Jackson, at Nashville, Tenn., May 20, 1880 / House, John Forde. Nashville: "The American" Book and Job Rooms, 1880. 7 pp. R. PAM. E382.H795 1880.

Resolutions of the General Assembly of Illinois, in favor of refunding to General Andrew Jackson, the amount of a fine and costs imposed on him at New Orleans in 1815 / Illinois General Assembly. Washington: s.n., 1843]. 1 p. R. PAM. E382.I4 1843.

The Jackson Wreath, or national souvenir… a national tribute, commemorative of the great civil victory achieved by the people, through the hero of New Orleans / Walsh, Robert, Jr.; McHenry, James. Philadelphia: Jacob Maas, 1829. 90 pp. *E382.J15.

The letters of Algernon Sydney, in defense of civil liberty and against the encroachments of military despotism, written by an eminent citizen of Virginia…/ [Leigh, Benjamin Watkins]. Richmond: T.W. White, 1830. 65 pp. R. PAM. E382.L52.

Eulogy on General Andrew Jackson, late president of the United States, delivered in Faneuil Hall, July 9, 1845… / Merrick, Pliny. Boston: J.H. Eastburn, 1845. 32 pp. R. PAM. E382.M5 1845.

Memoirs of General Andrew Jackson, seventh president of the United States… to which is added the eulogy of Hon. Geo. Bancroft… Auburn, N.Y.: James C. Derby; Geneva, N.Y.: George H. Derby & Co.; Cincinnati: H. W. Derby & Co., 1845. 270 pp. *E382.M53.

A new song, called Jackson is the boy. Baltimore: John Kennedy, 1832. Printed broadside w/ lyrics. OVR. R. PAM. E382.N4 1832.

The Hunters of Kentucky / Blondell, William. Words by S. Woodworth. Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, 171 Chestnut St., [1824]. Printed sheet music. M1634.B58H85 1824

The hunters of Kentucky, or the Battle of New Orleans / [Samuel Woodworth]. Chambersburg, [Pa.] : J. Pritts, printer, [between 1834 and 1839]. Printed broadside. Acc. no. 87-132-RL (FF E356.N5 W66 1834).

Funeral discourse, in commemoration of the services and death of the late Andrew Jackson, pronounced at Bayou Sara, Thursday, July 17th, 1845, in compliance with the request of its citizens / Nicholson, William R. St. Francisville, La.: Johnson & Standard, [1845]. 11 pp. R. PAM. E382.N5 1845.

Report of the committee of arrangements of the Common Council of the City of New York, upon the funeral ceremonies in commemoration of the death of Gen. Andrew Jackson, ex-president of the United States. New York: The Board, 1845. 173 pp. *E382.N56 1845.

Remarks of Messrs. Peyton and Dickinson, of Tennessee, in the House of Representatives of the United States, January, 1844, on the bill to refund the fine imposed upon General Jackson / Peyton, Joseph Hopkins; Dickinson, David W. Washington : Gales and Seaton, 1844. R. PAM. E382.P4 1844.

General Jackson / Parton, James. New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1893. 332 pp. *E382.P298.

An oration, delivered at East Haverhill, Mass. on occasion of the inauguration of Andrew Jackson… / Phillips, Samuel. Haverhill, Mass: A.W. Thayer, 1829. 12 pp. R. PAM. E382. P5 1829.

Sketch of the life of Gen. Andrew Jackson, late president of the United States, interspersed with numerous personal anecdotes illustrating his character and public services. Worcester: H. J. Howland, 1845. 16 pp. R. PAM. E382.S63.

General Jackson's Fine / United States Congress Committee on the Judiciary. [Washington: s.n., 1843]. 16 pp. R. PAM. E382.U53 1843.

Addresses on the presentation of the sword of Gen. Andrew Jackson to the Congress of the United States, delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives, February 26, 1855. Washington: A.O.P. Nicholson, 1855. 40 pp. R. PAM. E382. U56.

Civil and military history of Andrew Jackson, late major-general in the Army of the United States, and commander-in-chief of the Southern Division. New York: P. M. Davis, 1825. *E359.W35 1825.

Eulogy on the life and character of Gen. Andrew Jackson, pronounced by the Hon. Levi Woodbury, in the Universalist Church, Portsmouth, N. H. on Wednesday Evening July 2d, 1845 / Woodbury, Levi. Portsmouth: Portsmouth Mercury Office, 1845. 11 pp. R. PAM. E382.W664.

Remarks of Mr. Dawson, of Louisiana, on the bill to refund General Jackson's fine… January 2, 1844 / Dawson, John Bennett. [Washington: s.n., 1844]. 8 pp. R. PAM. E396.D38 1844.

Remarks of Mr. Slidell, of Louisiana, on the bill to refund General Jackson's fine… December 29, 1843 / Slidell, John. [Washington: s.n., 1843?]. 8 pp. R. PAM. E396.S55. 1843.

"Scenes in the war of 1812: XII---Defense of New Orleans" by Benson John Lossing. Harper's New Monthly Magazine vol. 30, no. 176 (January 1865), 168-186. 18 pp. PAM. E356.N5 D38.

General Jackson's terrible rout and slaughter of the British army at New Orleans, 1815. 7 pp. Separated from unidentified publication, ca. 1876. PAM. E356.N5 G4.

Battle of New Orleans / Brayman, James O. [S.l. : s.n., 1852]. R. PAM. E356.N5 B27 1852.

New Orleans: from the ms. of an eye-witness. [Philadelphia : George R. Graham, 1845. R. PAM. E356.N5 N4 1845.

Truth is no slander: therefore read, enquire, reflect / Clement, Samuel. Natchez: printed at the Ariel office, 1827. 72 pp.; negative photostat copy. PAM E382.C62 1827.

Life of Andrew Jackson: In three volumes / by James Parton.  New York: Mason Brothers, 1860. 3 vols. * E 382 .P27 1860.

Biography of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States, formerly Major General in the army of the United States / by Philo A. Goodwin. Clapp and Benton, 1832. * E 382 .G65 1832.


PUBLISHED WORKS AND PRINTED EPHEMERA, 1900-1989


Register of the General Society of the War of 1812. Washington: The Society, 1972. E351.3.A17.

The public career of William C. C. Claiborne / Hatfield, J. Ph.D. diss, Emory University, 1962. E353.1.C6 H36 1962.

The War of 1812: a forgotten conflict / Hickey, Donald R. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1989. E354.H53 1989.

The dawn's early light / Lord, Walter. New York: W. W. Norton, 1972. E354.L85.

A Compendious account of the late war, to which is added, the curious adventures of Corporal Samuel Stubbs (a Kentuckian of 65 years of age). Boston: William Walter, 1817; reprint [s.l.: Newberry Library, 1977]. Photocopy, 30 pp. PAM E355.C6.

The story of the battle of New Orleans / Arthur, Stanley Clisby. New Orleans, La.: Louisiana Historical Society, 1915. 260 pp. PAM and *E356.N5 A7.

Press sheet issued by the Department of Publicity and Pageant of the General Committee of the Louisiana Historical Society: having in charge the ceremonies commemorating the centenary of "The battle of New Orleans": and the completion of one hundred years of peace between the United States of America and the United Kingdom of Great Britain, January 8th, 9th and 10th, 1915 / Arthur, Stanley Clisby. New Orleans, La.: The Cabildo, 1915. 1 p. R. PAM. E356.N5 A78 1915.

The reign of Andrew Jackson : a chronicle of the frontier in politics / by Frederic Austin Ogg. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1919. E 381 .O44 1919.

Andrew Jackson, the border captain / James, Marquis, 1891-1955. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1933. E382.J26.

Battle of New Orleans (Chalmette) : a dramatic episode in 1 act and 3 scenes / with prologue and epilogue by W. J. Murphy. Radio play. [Chicago: Illinois Central, 1940?]. 8 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. R. Pams PN6120.R2 B38 1940.

Defense of New Orleans : a dramatic episode in 1 act and 5 scenes / with prologue and epilogue by W. J. Murphy. Radio play. [Chicago: Illinois Central, 1940?]. 8 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. R. Pams PN6120.R2 D43 1940.

Maspero's exchange : a dramatic episode in 1 act and 4 scenes / with prologue and epilogue by W. J. Murphy. Radio play. [Chicago: Illinois Central, 1940?]. 8 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. R. Pams PN6120.R2 M37 1940.

The pirate Lafitte and the Battle of New Orleans / Tallant, Robert, 1909-1957. New York: Random House, 1951. F374.L2.

The amphibious campaign for West Florida and Louisiana, 1814-1815; a critical review of strategy and tactics at New Orleans / Brown, Wilburt S., 1900-1968. University, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, 1969. E356.N5 B73.

The Battle of New Orleans; an informal history of the war that nobody wanted: 1812 / Chidsey, Donald Barr, 1902-. New York: Crown Publishers, 1961. E356.N5

The Baratarians and the Battle of New Orleans / De Grummond, Jane Lucas, 1905-. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1961. E356.N5 D4.

Battle of New Orleans sesquicentennial celebration, 1815-1865 : final report to the United States Congress / Battle of New Orleans Sesquicentennial Celebration Commission. Washington : U.S.Govt. Print. Off., 1966. E356.N5 U48

Biographical sketches of the veterans of the Battalion of Orleans, 1814-1815 / Morazan, Ronald R. [Baton Rouge, La.]: Legacy Pub. Co., 1979. E356.N5 M6

The British at the gates; the New Orleans campaign in the War of 1812 / Reilly, Robin. New York, Putnam, 1974. E355.R42 1974

Blaze of glory; the fight for New Orleans, 1814-1815 / Carter, Samuel, 1904-. New York, St. Martin's Press 1971. E356.N5 C37

Struggle for the gulf borderlands: the Creek War and the Battle of New Orleans, 1812-1815 / Owsley, Frank Lawrence, 1928-. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1981. E355.1.N5 O97.

Louisiana in the War of 1812 / Casey, Powell A. [Baton Rouge, La.?], 1963. 48 pp. PAM E359.5.L8 C38.

The Battle of New Orleans: a British view; the journal of Major C.R. ; Asst. QM General, 34th. Regiment of Foot / Forrest, Charles Ramus. New Orleans: Hauser Press, 1961. 51 pp. PAM E356.N5 F67.

Major Howell Tatum's journal while acting topographical engineer (1814) to General Jackson, commanding the Seventh military district / Tatum, Howell, fl. 1775-1815.; Bassett, John Spencer (ed.). Northampton, Mass.: Dept. of history of Smith College, 1922. E361.T2.

The battle of New Orleans, including the previous engagements between the Americans and the British, the Indians, and the Spanish which led to the final conflict on the 8th of January, 1815 / Smith, Z. F. 1827-1911. Louisville, Ky.: J. P. Morton, 1904. E356.N5 S6.

The naval war of 1812; or, The history of the United States navy during the last war with Great Britain, to which is appended an account of the battle of New Orleans / Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. New York; London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1900. E360.R86 1900.

The Baratarians and the Battle of New Orleans / De Grummond, Jane Lucas, 1905-; Morazan, Ronald R. Baton, Rouge, La.: Legacy Pub. Co., 1979, 1961. E356.N5 D4 1979.

Side lights on the Battle of New Orleans / Landry, Stuart Omer. New Orleans: Pelican Pub. Co., 1965. E356.N5 L3.

The narrative of James Roberts, soldier in the revolutionary war and at the battle of New Orleans / Roberts, James, 1753- . Chicago: 1858; reprinted Hattiesburg, Miss.: The Book farm, 1945. R. PAM. E444.R7.

American forces at Chalmette : veterans and de[s]cendants of Battle of New Orleans, 1814-1815 / De Verges, Marie Cruzat. [New Orleans?]: Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee, Womens Committee, 1966. 126 pp. PAM E359.5.L8 D4.

Tennessee at the Battle of New Orleans / Watson, Elbert L. [New Orleans]: Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. 47 pp. PAM E359.5.T3 W3.

Plantation houses on the battlefield of New Orleans / Wilson, Samuel (Jr.). [New Orleans]: Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. E356.N5 B3 NO. 6.

Sea power and the battle of New Orleans / Eller, E[rnest] M[cNeill], 1903-; Morgan, D. W., and Basoco, R. M. [New Orleans, La.]: Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. 48 pp. PAM E55.6.E45.

Negro soldiers in the Battle of New Orleans / Christian, Marcus Bruce, 1900-. [New Orleans]: Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. 48 pp. PAM E356.N5 C47.

New Orleans as it was in 1814-1815 / Huber, Leonard Victor, 1903-. [New Orleans]: The Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. E356.N5 B3 NO. 1.

The weapons of the Battle of New Orleans / Meuse, William A. New Orleans: The Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. 48 pp. PAM E356.N5 M4 1965.

The story of Jean and Pierre Lafitte, the pirate-patriots, including a note on the indispensable victory at New Orleans, January 8th, 1815 / Fortier, James Joseph Alcée; Gayarré, Charles. [New Orleans: Press of T. J. Moran's sons, 1938]. PAM. F374.L17.

Andrew Jackson; an address delivered on the Plains of Chalmette, New Orleans, La., on January 8, 1915, at the centennial celebration of the battle of New Orleans, held under the auspices of the Louisiana Historical Society / Wilson, Samuel M. 1871-1946. [Louisville, Ky.]: Press Westerfield-Bonte Co., 1915. 43 pp. PAM. E382.W75.

The Battle of New Orleans and its monument / Huber, Leonard Victor, 1903-. New Orleans, La.: Louisiana Landmarks Society, 1983. 40 pp. PAM. E356.N5 H85.

Major-General Sir Edward M. Pakenham / Scott, Valerie McNair. [New Orleans]: The Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. E356.N5 B3 NO. 3.

Louisiana at the Battle of New Orleans / Casey, Powell A. [New Orleans]: The Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. E356.N5 B3 NO. 4.

The Battle on the West Bank / Dixon, Richard Remy. [New Orleans]: Battle of New Orleans 150th Anniversary Committee of Louisiana, 1965. 48 pp. PAM. E356.N5 D5.

The navy at the battle of New Orleans / Jahncke, Ernest Lee, 1880-. [New Orleans: Louisiana Historical Society], 1931. 16 pp. PAM. E356.N5 J25.

The last battle of the War of 1812 : New Orleans. No, Fort Bowyer! / Coker, William S. Pensacola: Perdido Bay Press, 1981. 63 pp. PAM. E356.B69C6 1981.

Battle of New Orleans / Dufour, Charles Lavillebeuvre. [New Orleans]: Friends of the Cabildo, 1965. 16 pp. PAM. E356.N5 D8.

Official program [of the] Battle of New Orleans sesquicentennial celebration; 150 years of peace, 1815-1965 / Battle of New Orleans Sesquicentennial Celebration Commission. [New Orleans?]: 1965. 24 pp. PAM. E356.N5 U49.

The Battle of New Orleans, "Elements of victory," an address... commemorating the One hundred and forty-eighth anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans. The Society of the War of 1812 in the State of Louisiana. Tuesday, January 8, 1963-3:00 PM. Chalmette National Park / Dixon, Richard Remy. [New Orleans]: 1963. 13 pp. PAM. E356.N5 D53 1963.

Chalmette national historical park, Louisiana: commemorating the Battle of New Orleans / United StatesNational Park Service. [Washington]: Government printing office, 1942. 16 pp. PAM. E356.N5 U55 1942.

Facts about Chalmette Monument and its caretakers / United Daughters of 1776 and 1812., Louisiana Society. [New Orleans, La.?: The Society, 1930-1939?]. 15 pp. PAM. E356.N5 U52 1930.

The one hundredth anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans ... speech / Dupré, Henry Garland. Washington: Govt. Printing Office, 1915. 4 pp. PAM. E356.N5 D85 1915.

Battle of New Orleans, its real meaning; exposure of untruth being taught young America concerning the second most important military event in the life of the republic / Folk, Reau Estes. [Nashville: Ladies' Hermitage Association, c1935]. 48 pp. PAM. E356.N5 F57.

Official banquet commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans and 150 years of peace between the United States and Great Britain / Gregory, Angela; Battle of New Orleans Sesquicentennial Celebration Commission. [New Orleans: s.n., 1965. PAM. TX739.

The Battle of New Orleans; "The War on the Other Side": an address by Richard Remy Dixon… Sunday afternoon, January 8, 1961 / Dixon, Richard Remy. [s.l.: s.n., 1961]. 15 pp. PAM. E356.N5 D49 1961.

The battle that missed the war: a special commemorative documentary produced by the award-winning WDSU-TV Special Projects Unit and telecast January 7, 1965 as part of the Battle of New Orleans Sesquicentennial Celebration / WDSU-TV (New Orleans). New Orleans: WDSU-TV, 1965. 28 pp. PAM. E356.N5 W12.

Louisiana soldiers in the War of 1812 / Pierson, Marion John Bennet. [Baton Rouge]: Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society, c1963. 126 pp. PAM. E359.L8 P5 1963.

The amphibious campaign for New Orleans, 1814-1815 / Brown, Wilburt Scott, 1900-1968. [Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms], 1963. E356.N5 B72.

Chalmette national historical park, Louisiana / Roush, J. Fred; U.S. National Park Service. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1958. 55 pp. PAM. E356.N5 R85.

Celebration of the 126th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, January 8, 1815. [New Orleans]: Program by courtesy of the Louisiana State Museum, [1941]. 4 pp. PAM. E356.N5 C4 1941.

Andrew Jackson, president of the United States of America / Jackson, Andrew, IV. [s.l.: s.n., 192-]. 23 pp. PAM. E381.J149.

The man on the horse in Jackson Square / Dufour, Charles L. New Orleans: Jackson Brewing Company, [1969]. 16 pp. PAM. E382.D84 1969.

The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History / Dudley, William S. (ed.) 2 vols. Washington: Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, 1985. E360.N35 1985, vol. 1 and vol. 2.

Jean Laffitte National Historical Park and Preserve: Chalmette Unit Historic Resource Study / Green, Jerome A. Washington: US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1985. E355.6.G7 1985.

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage / Coke, Fletch; Quest, Dan; Randles, William G. Hermitage, Tenn.: Ladies' Hermitage Association, 1979. 56 pp. PAM. E382.L233 1979.


RECENT PUBLICATIONS, 1990-


New books concerning the Battle of New Orleans and the broader War of 1812 are being published all the time. Please note that the titles below are only a few of the recently published works available at the Williams Research Center. New titles arrive as they become available.

Descendents of War of 1812 Veterans / Blizzard, Dennis F. Mendenhall, Pa.: General Society of the War of 1812, 1994. E351.3.D47 1994.

The Incredible War of 1812: a military history / Hitsman, J. Mackay; Graves, Donald E. Toronto: Robin Brass Studio, 1999. E355.H5 1999.

The Battle of New Orleans / Remini, Robert V. New York: Viking, 1999. E356.N5 R46 1999.

The Andrew Jackson and his Indian Wars / Remini, Robert V. New York: Viking Press, 2001. E381.R413 2001.

New Orleans : battle of the bayous / Albright, Harry. New York: Hippocrene Books, 1990. E356.N5 A53 1990.

Historical memoir of the war in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15 : with an atlas / Latour, Arsène Lacarrière, 1778-1837.; Smith, Gene A. (ed.). [New Orleans, La.]; Gainesville, Fla.: Historic New Orleans Collection; University Press of Florida, 1999. E355.6 .L35 1999.

Un aventurier visionnaire : Arsène Lacarrière Latour, 1778-1837 : l'étrange parcours d'un Français aux Amériques / Garrigoux, Jean. Aurillac: Société des lettres, sciences et arts "La Haute-Auvergne", 1997.E355.6 .L33 G37 1997.

Negro soldiers, free men of color in the Battle of New Orleans, War of 1812 / Loomis, Rosemarie Fay. New Orleans: Aux Quartres Vents, 1991. 22 pp. PAM. E356.N5 L6 1991.

Known military dead during the War of 1812 / Peterson, Clarence Stewart. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1995, c1955. 74 pp. PAM. E359.4.P48 1995.

New Orleans 1815; Andrew Jackson crushes the British / Pickles, Tim. Osprey Military Campaign Series, 28. London: Osprey, 1993. 96 pp. PAM and E356.N5 P5 1993.

A British eyewitness at the Battle of New Orleans : the memoir of Royal Navy Admiral Robert Aitchison, 1808-1827 / ed. by Gene A. Smith. New Orleans: The Historic New Orleans Collection, 2004. E 356 .N5 A38 2004.

Don't give up the ship! : myths of the War of 1812 / by Donald R. Hickey ; foreword by Donald E. Graves. University of Illinois Press, 2006. E 364 .9 .H53 2006.

The War of 1812 : a guide to battlefields and historic sites / by John Grant and Ray Jones. Buffalo: Western New York Public Broadcasting Association, 2011. E 355 .G8 2011.

The war of 1812 and the rise of the U.S. Navy / by Mark Collins Jenkins and David A. Taylor ; foreword by Douglas Brinkley. Washington: National Geographic, 2012. E 360 .J46 2012.

Louisiana soldiers in the War of 1812 / compiled by Marion John Bennett Pierson. Reprinted for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co., 2003. Orig. published 1963. E 359 .L8 P5 2003.

A most warlike appearance : uniforms, flags and equipment of the United States Forces in the War of 1812 / by René Chartrand. Service Publications, 2010. UC 463 .C43 2010.

Frontier militiaman in the War of 1812 : Southwestern frontier / by Ed Gilbert ; illustrated by Adam Hook. London: Osprey, 2008.  E 355 .1 .S68 G55 2008

Battle kiss / O'Neil De Noux. New Orleans, La : Big Kiss Productions , c2011. 571 p. : maps ; 25 cm. "A novel" - Cover, p. [1]. PS3554.E57 B38 2011.

Chalmette Battlefield and Chalmette National Cemetery : cultural landscape report / Kevin Risk. [United States : National Park Service?, 2012?]. xiii, 92 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm. Pams E356.N5 R57 2012.

The slaves' gamble : choosing sides in the War of 1812 / by Gene Allen Smith. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2013. E 359 .9 .A35 S65 2013.


ENCYCLOPEDIAS, CATALOGUES, AND PRINTED BIBLIOGRAPHIES


Encyclopedia of the War of 1812 / Heidler, David S. and Jean T. (eds.). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 1997. E354.H46 1997.

War of 1812 Resources Guide / Fredriksen, John C. [Los Angeles: s.n.], 1979. 156 pp. E354.F7.

An inventory of manuscripts in the Edward Alexander Parsons Collection at the Center for American history, University of Texas at Austin -- Madrid, Guayaquil & Birmingham: Privately published in a limited edition, [n.d.]. Note: the Parsons Collection at UT-Austin includes many rare documents, especially original correspondence, concerning the Battle of New Orleans and those who fought in it. These documents may soon be available at the Williams Research Center in microform; check with the librarian. Z6616.P37 T49 1993.

Encyclopedia of forts, posts, named camps, and other military installations in Louisiana, 1700-1981 / Casey, Powell A. Baton Rouge: Claitor's Pub. Division, c1983. REF and F367.C3 1983.

The encyclopedia of the War of 1812 : a political, social, and military history / by Spencer C. Tucker, editor ; James Arnold and Roberta Wiener, editors, documents volume ; Paul G. Pierpaoli Jr., associate editor ; John C. Fredriksen, assistant editor. ABC-CLIO, 2012. E 354 .E53 2012


ARTICLES AND SERIAL PUBLICATIONS

The Williams Research Center has full runs of relevant scholarly journals that shed light on the Battle of New Orleans and related characters and events. In particular, the Louisiana Historical Quarterly, Louisiana History, and the Journal of Southern History have treated diverse aspects of the battle. All are indexed. The Journal of the War of 1812 specializes in the broader subject, and is certainly worth a look. Other periodicals can be searched at the Williams Research Center via the Bayou State Periodicals Index. The William and Mary Quarterly can also be consulted electronically.

 


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