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narrative of James Roberts, soldier in the revolutionary war and at the battle of New Orleans.

Roberts, James

narrative of James Roberts, soldier in the revolutionary war and at the battle of New Orleans.

by Roberts, James

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Published by The Book farm in Chicago: printed for the author, Hattiesburg, Miss .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slaves -- United States -- Social conditions.,
  • New Orleans (La.), Battle of, 1815.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHeartman"s historical series -- no. 71.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE444 .R7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcover-title, viii, [9]-32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17919087M
    LC Control Number45009855

    Part of Coffee's brigade at New Orleans, most of this regiment took part in the night battle of 23 December Most of the company muster rolls show casualties from this engagement. Portions of this regiment also participated in the capture of Pensacola from . The new organizations would have stronger companies than those of most of the existing regiments and would save money. Washington implemented the reorganization of the Main Army on 1 January Each infantry regiment was assigned a numerical designation based on its Col.'s relative seniority.

      His narrative — authored with a ghost writer and under the name James Roberts — describes Robinson scalping Indians and taking part in skirmishes on . Robinson wrote a book James Roberts (slave narrative) about his life under a variation of his name. At the time of Robinson's death he lived at E. Fort St. Robinson's family lived at W. Lafayette Blvd in Detroit, which is now a private park called Lafayette Greens.

    Records from the Military and Military Agencies Revolutionary War Post-Revolutionary War Period War of Indian Wars Mexican War Civil War Spanish-American War Philippine Insurrection World War I Era World War II Era Captured German Records Other Revolutionary War [table striped="true" responsive="true"]Microfilm Number Microfilm Title Roll Numbers Total Rolls in Series M Revolutionary. Pension papers of soldiers of the Revolutionary War, War of , and Indian wars, who settled in Hickman County, KY., Part 2 Pensioners of the Revolutionary War--Struck Off the Roll Personal and historical sketches and facial history of and by members of .


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He was born in My line comes from George Washington Roberts Married to Americus Spencer, daughter of Rev. Calvin Spencer. James was an attorney as well as a storekeeper in his store at Roberts Crossroads and Hog Mountain Rd, A most fascinating man.

InRoberts was called to serve in the War ofunder General Andrew Jackson, and fought at the Battle of New Orleans. Despite his service, Roberts was returned to slavery at the conclusion of the war.

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Washington in the Revolutionary War, and Under Gen. Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans, in the War of "a Battle Which Cost Me a Limb, Some Blood, and Almost My Life". The Narrative of James Roberts, a Soldier Under Gen. Washington in the Revolutionary War, and Under Gen. Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans, in the War of "a Battle Which Cost Me a Limb, Some Blood, and Almost My Life," Chicago,   Roberts was one of approximately bondmen whom Jackson conscripted to serve in the Battle of New Orleans, the final skirmish in a two-and-a-half-year war between Great Britain and its former colony, the United States of America.

In late DecemberJackson arrived in New Orleans to preempt a British advance on the port city. Roberts was born on the Eastern shore of Maryland, during a time of slavery.

He was enslaved by Francis De Shields, a colonel in Washington's army. Roberts had fought beside De Shields in the American Revolutionary War, and once the seven-year war with Britain ended, worked for.

A negative view of Andrew Jackson's regard for Creole and black troops emerges from The Narrative of James Roberts, written by a man wo served in jacksons army at New Orleans. Roberts was a slave who had been returned to slavery after serving in the Revolutionary War.

American side of the Battle of New Orleans. The troop rosters for the New Orleans campaign, including the Battle of New Orleans, were compiled at various times after the battle, mostly in the s and s, from various sources.

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Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans, in the War of "A Battle Which Cost Me a Limb, Some Blood, and Almost My Life" (Chicago: Printed for the author, ), by James Roberts (HTML and TEI with commentary at UNC). The Battle of New Orleans.

Although it was fought after the Treaty of Ghent had officially ended the War of on Decemthe Battle of New Orleans was nonetheless a decisive American victory. On DecemBritish troops under General Edward Pakenham unsuccessfully tested the American earthworks (named "Line Jackson") twice.

Diary of Joseph Plumb Martin, Revolutionary War soldier, selections (Independence Hall Assn.) Documenting the American South: Resources on the Revolutionary soldier's experience (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library) – Narrative of Boyrereau Brinch, – Narrative of James Roberts, – Order book of Jacob Turner.

Link To This Page — Contact Us — Revolutionary War Online Records Original Documents from the National Archives through Search The Muster and Pay Rolls of the War of the Revolution, Browse these rolls by state and name of organization (regiment, battalion, guard, company, etc.).

Find names of soldiers with the help of annotations supplied by other Footnote users and. With that, the War of ended, and the new republic had its first national military hero since George Washington. The glow of the Revolution had .Military: Revolutionary War Soldiers: Lincoln: Revolutionary War: Macon Military: Revolutionary War: Martin: Vitals from Sons of the American Revolution Applications: Moore: Pension List Moore, Montgomery & Cumberland Counties (partial) Nash: Revolutionary War, to New Hanover: Military Records: Revolutionary War: Onslow.