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The governors of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island refused to order out militia except for the defense of their respective States; such militia as did take the fichl sometimes refused to cross the frontier, and usually ran away in field engagements. The potenial importance of the Royal Navy seems to have been discounted. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. It was dedicated in 1851, and a second, identical statue was dedicated in New Orleans' Jackson Square in 1856.

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