Line Jackson a historical fiction short story by Owen E Richason IV

Remember the Raisin!

The Battle of New Orleans is considered one of the most important American victories in the War of 1812, and one man helped to turn the fight against the British from a lost cause to a triumph that would seal the end of the Second War of Independence… Hungry, sleep deprived, exhausted, and inadequately dressed for harsh winter conditions, one thousand Kentucky militia, poorly provisioned, with very little ammunition - most with as little as ten rounds, and sparse military training or experience - marched nearly 400 miles from their home state, up through the horrid black Ohio swamplands into the frozen Michigan Territory. They covered very few miles per day, instead of the usual fou
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