How would Francis Scott Keys rewrite first verse of the star spangled banner if he were in new Orleans instead of Baltimore?
He prolly wouldn't have started it "oh say can you see." 'cause He wouldn't have seen it.
There is no state of New Orleans
States do not have their own anthems; instead they follow the United States National Anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner. However, states do have official State Songs. The official State Song of California is I Love You, California by Francis Bernard Silverwood.
Pope Francis has forgone many of his papal vestements, instead wearing simple clothes.
Monroe and Livingston bought an empire (Louisiana Territory) instead of just a city (New Orleans).
Monroe and Livingston bought an "empire" (Louisiana Territory) instead of just a city (New Orleans).
Father Francis Mulcahy did not have a nickname aside from being called "Father" instead of Francis or Mulcahy.
15 stripes and 15 stars. It was later that the number of stripes was limited to 13 instead of increasing with each new state as the stars do.
In the years 1971 and 2007. However, in 1971, they were the Baltimore Colts instead of the Indianapolis Colts.
James Watson and Francis Crick amended Franklin and Wilson's conclusion and determined that the shape of the molecule was instead a?
A double helix!
I long does it take to get onto google maps and find it for yourself instead of asking such a question here.
To my recollection they never were. The blue laws were lifted after the Colts moved.
After the fall of New Orleans in the late Spring of 1862, Admiral Farragut sought permission to assault the Alabama port of Mobile. The US Navy, however, delayed any operations towards Mobile and instead ordered Farragut to secure control of the Mississippi River from New Orleans up to Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Both saints are patron saints of the missions. Francis actually served as a missionary in the Orient. Therese of Lisieux wanted so badly to be a missionary but her health prevented it. Instead, she prayed for the missionaries and corresponded with them.
No, the Philadelphia Eagles, did not make it to Super Bowl XLVII. Instead, the Baltimore Ravens will be playing the San Francisco 49ers.
Jacques Cartier wanted to personally wanted to tell King Francis about his discoveries and be a hero in France.
In 1862, Officer David Farragut was able to capture the city of New Orleans without needing to take the battle into the city itself. Instead, he captured the Forts Jackson and Philip, then went unopposed in his conquest of the city. The capture of the Confederacyâ??s largest city, marked a turning point in the war.
Nope. This theory was advanced by a Miss Bacon, a nineteenth-century American looney, who thought it would be fun if Shakespeare didn't write Shakespeare and that they were instead written by her namesake Francis Bacon. Unfortunately, Francis Bacon was a tedious lawyer who was not fond of theatre, and whose writings show not a scintilla of literary talent. The evidence is overwhelming that the author of Shakespeare's works was, in fact, Shakespeare.
Baltimore, Maryland is a borderland city, but, most people think of it as southern instead of northern. There was a lot of slavery in Maryland, and John Wilkes Booth came from Maryland. The state did not succeed from the Union during the Civil War, although I am sure many of it's residents thought of succession.
St Francis of Assisi was a Roman Catholic who criticized the excesses of Church officials and chose to shame them by giving up his wealthy inheritance and dressing in rags. He founded the order of the Franciscans which differed from other orders in that they spent their lives around the needy instead of sequestered in a monastery.
He was originally negotiating with for access to the mouth of the Mississippi River in New Orleans. France was low on money at the time, and in need of a lot of money to fund more of Napoleon's battles - so France offered their ENTIRE Louisiana Territory instead of just New Orleans for only three cents an acre.
The Star-Spangled Banner is generally considered a fairly difficult song for most amateur singers since it has a range of an octave plus a major fifth. It's often played in B flat, which means the vocal part ranges through the entire treble clef from the Bb below middle C to the high F on the top line. (Many vocalists find it's much easier to deal with in the key of G instead, where the high… Read More
On April 30, 1803, the James Monroe and Robert Livingston told Thomas Jefferson that instead of buying the port of New Orleans, Napoleon Bonaparte decided to sell the entire territory for $15,000,000.
Christina Aguilera messed up the lyrics to the national anthem at Super Bowl 45 on February 6, 2011. She sang "what so proudly we watched" instead of "what so proudly we hailed" and then sang the wrong verse.
Are the Jonas Brothers going to have a meet and greet in Baltimore MD on August 6. Their concerts at the 1 mariner arena and i wanted to know how i could get into a meet and greet if there is one?
Instead Of Answering You Answer Me How Should I KNow?
The city that president Jefferson sent representatives to buy from the french for 10 million dollars was which city?
He was originally negotiating with for access to the mouth of the Mississippi River in New Orleans. France was broke at the time, and in need of a lot of money to fund more of Napoleon's battles - so France offered their ENTIRE Louisiana Territory instead of just New Orleans for only three cents an acre.
Pope Francis has decided not to live in the Papal Apartments in the Apostolic Palace. Instead, he is living in a relatively small and modest apartment in the Casa Santa Marta, a guest house for visitors. It might compare well to a room in a 2 star hotel, just the basics and nothing fancy. For an image of the bedroom of Pope Francis click here.
I'm tempted to answer this with something snarky like "is the pope Catholic?" but instead I'll just say, it's New Orleans, dawlin. Some of the bars here don't even have locks on the doors.
The first seaman to sail round the world was sir Francis Drake.However the world has not given this credit to him because he was a pirate, instead the credit is given to Fedinand Magelland PRINCEWILL ESARA
Yes, Christina Aguilera messed up the lyrics to the national anthem at Super Bowl 45 on February 6, 2011. She sang "what so proudly we watched" instead of "what so proudly we hailed" and then sang the wrong verse.
As noted, there is no exchange that has 986 as an area code. Close matches include: 968 - international code for Oman (6 & 8 transposed) 996 - international code for Kyrgyzstan (second digit 9 instead of 8) 689 - international code for French Guiana (numbers reversed) 985 - New Orleans, LA (last digit 5 instead of 6) 989 - Saginaw, MI (last digit 9 instead of 6) 786 - Miami, FL (first digit 7… Read More
It was purchased from France on April 30, 1803, for $15 million and officially explored by the Lewis and Clark expedition (1804-1806). The US negotiators were seeking the purchase of New Orleans and were surprised when they were offered all of the territory instead.
I assume you are referring to the Apostolic Palace. It is the home of the pope and a few staff members. Pope Francis has decided not to reside in the Papal Apartment in the Palace and is living instead in a modest apartment in Casa Marta in the Vatican.
The culture as well as the language of the colony continued to be more French than Spanish. The people in New Orleans continued to have formal parties with French wine and French dancing. Their clothing was even more elegant, and they were described as considering their appearance and their entertainment as very important. Men gathered in coffee houses in New Orleans to play cards after mass on Sunday, and many of them had not even… Read More
Yes. In 1801, concerned about losing the use of the Mississippi River for commerce, Jefferson sought to buy New Orleans from France. Instead, Napoleon offered to sell all French claims to the US, and the sale was ratified in late 1803.
I'd like to see it. The only reason Dallas lost Super Bowl 5 in them was the qb. If Roger Staubach had started instead of Craig Morton, Cowboys would have blown out the Baltimore Colts.
General Butler wasn't a professional soldier, instead, he was a politician appointed to that rank and was in charge of the Occupation of New Orleans. He ruled with a heavy hand and gross incompetence. Before his removal he had become known as "Beast Butler". He had one man executed for tearing down an American Flag, and in his General Order Number 28 he ordered that any woman treating a Union soldier with disrespect would be… Read More
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The original intent was to purchase the port of New Orleans to provide control over the mouth of the Mississippi River. However, Jefferson was surprised when Napoleon offered instead to sell the entire Louisiana Territory to shore up France's faltering economy.
Leo X was playing a dangerous game of favouring Francis I of France, while all the time working to get Charles V elected as Holy Roman Emperor.
Jefferson wanted Monroe, along with the US minister to France, Robert Livingston, to negotiate the purchase of New Orleans. Napoleon instead offered all of the French claims in the Mississippi valley, and the 1803 agreement became known as the Louisiana Purchase.
She teaches him that he should ALWAYS listen to both sides of the story if there is a situation where there is a fight in between tow kids. Instead of just jumping to conclusions without even listening to Scout's side of the story when she hit Francis.
He is the first Jesuit to be chosen as pope. He is the first non-European to be elected in many, many years. He is the first pope from the Americas. He is the first pope to choose Saint Francis as his patron and namesake. He has chosen to live in a modest apartment instead of the Apostolic Palace.
The city that is most likely to get an NFL franchise is Los Angeles. This would most likely occur from relocation instead of through expansion. The teams most likely to relocate to Los Angeles would be: the Arizona Cardinals, the Seattle Seahawks, or the New Orleans Saints.
If it's a 1923 coin, then that's probably a D instead of an O, because the last year for New Orleans coins was 1909. For a '23-D, it's worth around $26 in circulated condition and nearly $40 in uncirculated condition.
There is no evidence that Francis Scott Key was a Freemason. Had he been, it is most likely he would have been a member of a lodge in Maryland, but the Grand Lodge of Maryland does not claim him as one of their own. Grand Lodges don't hide the membership of famous men like this, instead, they tend to brag about their membership. Additionally, there is no listing for him in the comprehensive book titled… Read More
As of 2011, the New Orleans local government changed its view on marijuana to make way for law enforcement to focus on more serious crime. Local New Orleans government made possession of small amounts of marijuana a municipal offense rather than a criminal offense. Instead of receiving a minimum incarceration sentence, it is a $500 fine or up to 6 months in prison. The unique part of the change it is not mandatory for the… Read More
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No, it is not a conjunction. Instead is an adverb, and the compound form "instead of" is a preposition.
Who Dat?! is basically a rhetorical question used by New Orleans Saints fans to intimidate the opposing team and their fans. The whole chant is "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say dey gonna beat dem saints?!" or others say it shortened as "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say gon' beat dem saints?!" The phrase "Who Dat?!" originated in the south of the US as southern slang. Instead of saying, "Who is that?" or… Read More
The most common is a French baguette, fried seafood (oysters, shrimp, crawfish, soft shell crab, etc), mayonnaise(I prefer remoulade sauce), lettuce, tomato, and optional pickles. There are also po-boys with roast beef and gravy, sausage, ham and cheese, or even french fry and gravy varieties. Some places in New Orleans even use cabbage or coleslaw instead of lettuce, but most people outside New Orleans use the term "po-boy" for any fried seafood sub.