"Jackson Quelling the Mutiny"
During the Creek campaign of the War of 1812, General Andrew Jackson's starving troops threatened to desert and march back to Tennessee. Jackson stopped the mutiny with a musket borrowed from a soldier. This engraving is an illustration in Amos Kendall's 1844 biography "The Life of General Andrew Jackson." This was the first biography ever published about Jackson.
- November, 1813
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