The capture of New Orleans (April 25 – May 1, 1862) during the American Civil
War was an important event for the Union. Having fought past Forts Jackson and
St. Philip, the Union was unopposed...
(April 24–25, 1862), naval action by Union forces seeking to capture the city
during the ... Battle of New Orleans, New Orleans, Battle of: capture of New
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interesting ... No-nonsense commander Andrew Jackson cleverly defended New
Orleans .... for the first time in this camp…have reaped the fruits of an honorable
The Union warships were led by Admiral David G. Farragut and Commander ...
The capture of New Orleans was a great victory for the Union, which gained the ...
The Union occupation of New Orleans was an event that had major international
... Principal Commanders: Flag-Officer David G. Farragut and Major General ...
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casualty numbers, regiments involved, commanders, and ... Union Commanders
Campaign: Expedition to and Capture of New Orleans (1862). Date(s): April 25–
May 1, 1862. Principal Commanders: Flag-Officer David G. Farragut and Maj.
The city of New Orleans was captured by Union forces on April 25, 1862. ... A
long-serving officer and commander of the West Gulf Blockading Squadron, ...
United States forces at the time of the Battle of New Orleans were much ... Major
General Andrew Jackson, commander of the Seventh Military District, led United
... Louisiana was the first state in the Union to commission a military officer of ...
Lafitte retaliated by posting around New Orleans an offer of five thousand dollars
... But how would he fare against soldiers and commanders who had defeated ...