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Written by Al Jackson, Owner and Curator of Treme’s Petit Jazz Museum, take a journey through untold history and be amazed, inspired and educated about the hidden life of a young enslaved boy who became one of the great military, civic and social leaders of his time.
Jordan Bankston Noble was a 12 year old slave who served as the “Drummer Boy” for General Andrew Jackson during the Battle of New Orleans in 1814-1815.
Held captive for more than 35 years, Jordan played an incredibly meaningful role in the history of both America's and New Orleans's Military, Political, Civic and Social Life. Eventually, 3 years before his death, he would be admitted into the All white Fraternal Organization known as the Grand Army of the Republic.
This book, that you now have access to, paints a vivid picture of Jordan's untold story.
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Written By Al Jackson and Karen Celestin