1905, p. 372 Hardcover book with 372 pages, which include illustrations, maps, and portraits, as well as an index.
1908 A 9 volume series of soft-covered books, which include maps. The information was collected and edited for the Lundy's Lane Historical Society.
...A collection of 9 volumes on the campaign on the Niagara frontier, edited by Lt. Col. E.A. Cruikshank. They include predominantly military correspondence to and from Niagara during the years 1812
-1814. Major events discussed within the books are the capture of Fort George and Fort Niagara...
1909, A 1909 copy of an 1804 original plan of the lighthouse that was erected on Mississauga Point, signed by Gustavus Nicolls and copied by J. Simpson. The lighthouse, the first on the Great Lakes, was dismantled in 1814 in order to build Fort Mississauga. Some of the stone from the lighthouse was also...
c. 1908, Painted depiction of Laura Secord pretending to lead a cow so she could evade capture and detention by American soldiers.
...Photograph of individual wearing Cayuga style Hat with 1812
Oct 4, 1901, Flatbed scan of a petition for the construction of a National Monument to Laura Secord. Being a transcript of a paper read by R. E. A. Land before the U. E. L. (United Empire Loyalists) Association of Ontario on October 4th, 1901
c. 1908, p. 121, p. 121 Black and White image of Major-General Isaac Brock derived from a miniature painting. MAJOR-GENERAL BROCK. (From miniature by J. Hudson.)
Copyrighted in the U.S.A. and Canada. -From Nursey's 'Story of Isaac Brock' (Briggs).
..., the heroine
the chairman, remarked,
personal touch, as Professor Osborne,
lent to the
luncheon of Mrs. Cockburn, a grand-daughter of Laura Secord. Like the Rhenish frontier of Alsace and Lorraine, the banks of the Niagara
... of this
2 --What did she do, and why is it proposed to erect a National iVIonument to her memory ?
the heroine of
she saved her husband's
then she saved her
the invader prepared to attack the Province
, her husband, being...
... duty to reduce your information to writing and give it to us, who are younger, before your sun goes down. And, Sir, may your sunset be yet far off Please, what was the war of 1812
about ?" "Yes, yes," they all said, " we know nothing abont it."
..."DUCIT AMOR PATRIAE"
NIAGARA HISTORICAL SOCIETY NO. 7
Niagara Times Presses, Niagara, 1900
PREFACE In presenting the seventh of the series of publications of the Niagara Historical Society the hope is expressed that it may meet with the favour extended to previous...
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