CANADA – 1812 WAR – MORE RESOURCES

 

 

  BROCK AND CO

Sketches illustrating the early settlement and history of Glengarry in Canada : relating principally to the revolutionary war of 1775-83, the war of 1812-14 and the rebellion of 1837-8, and the services of the King’s Royal regiment of New York, the 84th or Royal Highland regiment, the Glengarry light infantry regiment, and the Glengarry militia (1893)

Macdonell, J. A. (John Alexander), 1851-1930

MAPHow Canada was Held for the Empire The Story of the War of 1812 (1905)

The annals of the war : illustrated by a selection of historical ballads (1913?)

Harper, J. M. (John Murdoch), 1845-1919

WHIRLPOOL ABOVE NIAGARA

History of the American troops, during the late war, under the command of Colonels Fenton and Campbell, giving an account of the crossing of the Lake from Erie to Long Point; also, the crossing of Niagara by the troops under Gen’ls Gaines, Brown, Scott and Porter. The taking of Fort Erie, the battle of Chippewa, the imprisonment of Col. Bull, Major Galloway, and the author (then a captain) and their treatment; together with an historical account of the Canadas (1830)

 White, Samuel

AMERICAN VIEW

history of american troopslate war

Ten years of Upper Canada in peace and war, 1805-1815 : being the Ridout letters with annotations (1890)

Ridout, Thomas, 1754-1829 ; Edgar, Matilda Ridout, Lady, 1844-1910

thomas ridout

 JAMES HANNAY How Canada was Held for the Empire: The Story of the War of 1812

KINGS REGIMENT

A beautiful rebel : a romance of Upper Canada in eighteen hundred and twelve (1909)

Campbell, Wilfred, 1858?-1918

http://www.archive.org/details/beautifulrebelro00campuoft

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