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in the Sugarloaf Settlement" by Donald G. Anger, the Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum....
This is a copy of the original pastel painting of Brock by Gerrit Schipper (c.1808), and shows Brock a few years before his death. This copy was painted by Alice Kerr-Nelson in 1881. The copy was a commission for Lieutenant-Governor John B. Robinson, negotiated on his behalf by his brother,...
1889, Full title: The citizen soldiers at North Point and Port McHenry, September 12 & 13, 1814. Resolves of the citizens in town meeting, particulars relating to the battle, official correspondence and honorable discharge of the troops. Also, celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary, 1889.
...This scrapbook contains various newspaper articles relating to both the Canadian and American side of the Niagara River during the War of 1812
. It is not clear what newspapers are included. However, it seems that most articles originate approximately from the years of 1860 to 1920s. There are many...
... York militiamen still on the American shore refused to cross into Canada to reinforce the troops there. General Brock was killed during an advance towards the doomed Americans on the heights.
This copy was done by T. Sutherland c. 1880
s and the original sketch was made by James Dennis (1796...
c. 1840-1888, Illustration of American soldiers being slaughtered by tribal warriors after General Winchester surrendered to end the Battle of Frenchtown (Raisin River). 1 drawing : wash.
July 1882, Photograph of John Smoke Johnson.
July 1882, Photograph of John Tutela.
...A photograph of a pediment in the Tippecanoe County Courthouse in Lafayette, IN, USA featuring statues of William Henry Harrison, Lafayette and Tecumseh; sometimes identified as George Rogers Clark, George Washington and Tecumseh. constructed in the 1880
...1882 studio portrait of the last surviving Six Nations warriors who fought with the British in the War of 1812
: (left to right) Young Warner (born ca. 1794), John Tutela (born ca. 1797) and Sakawaraton a.k.a. John Smoke Johnson (born circa 1792). Portrait taken in Brantford, Ontario, Canada...
c. Late 19th century,
...Black and White photograph of John Smoke Johnson, Mohawk chief; Veteran of the War of 1812
; and elected as a "Pine Tree Chief", a non-hereditary position....
c. 19th Century, Image of Jimmy Johnson (Sos-heo-wa) taken from a daugerreotype. Sos-heo-wa became a chief at Tonawanda. During the crisis with the Ogden Land Company after the signing of the Treaty of Buffalo Creek in 1838, Jimmy Johnson was one of the leaders who led Tonawanda in its fight against removal. He...
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