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Stauffer: 700. $125 Stuart. "William Bainbridge Esq. of the United States Navy." There will always be vestigial remnants of racism spewing hate and fear. Nathan Daskam Geneva, June 9th, 1813" Disclaimer - The lists below come from photocopies from microfilm which are difficult to read. We have got the nasty Brits, our historic enemy. Hull surrendered Detroit without any shots fired. Jackson's lines on 1815 Jan. 8 [Battle of New Orleans] could not have been taken by bayonet alone. After the August 1813 attack on Fort Mims in Alabama, Maj.

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