Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) leading his men to victory as British forces attacked. The battle was famous for having involved the infamous pirate Jean Lafitte, who helped the Americans by using pirate trickery. Could that possibly be him with his red sash, pointing out to Jackson the destruction and chaos.
Jackson standing with his folding spyglass, apparently enjoying the final major battle of the war.
For fun, here is the pile of round shot Cannonballs. I wonder how many it took to fend off the British?
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