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Monument for the Battle of Frenchtown.   http://discover1812.blogspot.ca/2013/01/scarcely-left-us-power-to-breathe.html

Monument for the Battle of Frenchtown. http://discover1812.blogspot.ca/2013/01/scarcely-left-us-power-to-breathe.html

9 June 1813 - Americans abandon Fort Erie - Old Fort Erie Ontario

9 June 1813 - Americans abandon Fort Erie - Old Fort Erie Ontario

American re-enactors on the march. #Warof1812

the war of 1812 is underrated in terms of its importance in the history of America

Old Fort Erie

Old Fort Erie

Repatriation ceremony for 28 American soldiers discovered in 1987 in Fort Erie. Soldiers were from the #Warof1812  http://discover1812.blogspot.ca/2013/06/pain-suffering-and-death-at-snake-hill.html

Repatriation ceremony for 28 American soldiers discovered in 1987 in Fort Erie. Soldiers were from the #Warof1812 http://discover1812.blogspot.ca/2013/06/pain-suffering-and-death-at-snake-hill.html

The Battle of North Point, Near Baltimore

The Battle of North Point, Near Baltimore

Soldiers at the Chippawa Battlefield.

Close call at Chippawa – Joseph Henderson

Battle of Frenchman’s Creek.    http://discover1812.blogspot.ca/2012/11/the-forgotten-battle-of-frenchmans-creek.html

The forgotten Battle of Frenchman’s Creek

American milita. Battle of Stoney Creek.

American milita with Canadian volunteers add to the smoke and fire.

MAY 27, 1813:  Battle of Fort George.  American forces, led by Lt. Col. Winfield Scott,  attacked the British at their  headquarters at Fort George on the Niagara River and captured  the fort.   image:  Fort George National Historic Site of Canada

Fort George Garrison Christmas on Dec at Experience the holidays of the officers and their families through music, food and crafts. Learn about our Canadian history!

The burning of the Niagara.

The burning of the Niagara.

Old Fort Erie, kind of eerie, wouldn't you say?

Old Fort Erie, kind of eerie, wouldn't you say?

Butlers Barracks, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara 1812 Legacy Council: Butler’s Barracks

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