Joseph Marshall Walker (July 1, 1784 – January 20, 1856) was a Louisiana soldier and politician. He was the 13th Governor of Louisiana, from 1850-1853. Walker was born to an English father and a French-Creole mother in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. At that time Louisiana was a colony of Spain. In 1807, he went to Mexico and joined the Spanish army, serving as a lieutenant of dragoons, and later becoming master of a military school at Chihuahua.

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  • Joseph Marshall Walker (July 1, 1784 – January 20, 1856) was a Louisiana soldier and politician. He was the 13th Governor of Louisiana, from 1850-1853. Walker was born to an English father and a French-Creole mother in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. At that time Louisiana was a colony of Spain. In 1807, he went to Mexico and joined the Spanish army, serving as a lieutenant of dragoons, and later becoming master of a military school at Chihuahua. After the outbreak of the War of 1812 he returned to New Orleans and enlisted in the Louisiana State Militia. He served fighting against the British in the Battle of New Orleans at Chalmette, Louisiana. (en)
  • Joseph Marshall Walker (* 1. Juli 1784 in New Orleans, Louisiana; † 20. Januar 1856 ebenda) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker und von 1850 bis 1853 Gouverneur des Bundesstaates Louisiana. (de)
  • Joseph Marshall Walker, né le 1er juillet 1784 et mort le 20 janvier 1856, gouverneur de la Louisiane du 28 janvier 1850 au 18 janvier 1853, Démocrate. (fr)
  • Джозеф Маршалл Уокер (англ. Joseph Marshall Walker; 1 июля 1784, Новый Орлеан, Луизиана — 26 января 1856, там же) — американский военный и политик, 13-й губернатор Луизианы. (ru)
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  • Joseph Marshall Walker (* 1. Juli 1784 in New Orleans, Louisiana; † 20. Januar 1856 ebenda) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker und von 1850 bis 1853 Gouverneur des Bundesstaates Louisiana. (de)
  • Joseph Marshall Walker, né le 1er juillet 1784 et mort le 20 janvier 1856, gouverneur de la Louisiane du 28 janvier 1850 au 18 janvier 1853, Démocrate. (fr)
  • Джозеф Маршалл Уокер (англ. Joseph Marshall Walker; 1 июля 1784, Новый Орлеан, Луизиана — 26 января 1856, там же) — американский военный и политик, 13-й губернатор Луизианы. (ru)
  • Joseph Marshall Walker (July 1, 1784 – January 20, 1856) was a Louisiana soldier and politician. He was the 13th Governor of Louisiana, from 1850-1853. Walker was born to an English father and a French-Creole mother in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. At that time Louisiana was a colony of Spain. In 1807, he went to Mexico and joined the Spanish army, serving as a lieutenant of dragoons, and later becoming master of a military school at Chihuahua. (en)
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  • Уокер, Джозеф Маршалл (ru)
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