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    Although it was fought after the peace treaty had been signed, why was the Battle of New Orleans significant?
    a. Americans were assisted by French privateers.
    b. Francis Scott Key wrote The Star Spangled Banner while watching this battle.
    c. Although Jackson was defeated, he became an American hero.
    d. It was a rousing victory for Americans, proving they could compete with European forces.

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