...An ink print created in the United States of America depicting the Siege of Fort Erie, one of the last and most protracted engagements between British and American forces during the Niagara campaign of the American War of 1812
. The Americans successfully defended Fort Erie against the British Army...
c. 19th Century, Painting depicitng British Red Coats on the field at the Battle of Stoney Creek. The engagement at Stoney Creek returned the Niagara Peninsula to British and Canadian control and ended the US attempt to conquer the western part of the province.
1857, Print shows the death of Tecumseh from a bullet fired by Colonel Richard Johnson at the Battle of the Thames on October 5th, 1813. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.
May 14, 1927, Illustration from Pen and Ink depicting the charge for the guns by the 8th King's Regiment at the Battle of Stoney Creek on 6 June 1813. Appeared as an illustration for an Article entitled "The Night Attack at Stoney Creek" in The Lethbridge Hearld dated Saturday, May 14th, 1927 - Page 3.
c. 1921, Pen and Ink Drawing on paper. The portrayal of the battle shown here emphasizes the desperate nature of the fight. It compresses the events of the 5 hours into a single image of the struggle for the guns. 29.2 cm x 36.8 cm (11.5" x 14.5")
1846, An ink print created in the United States of America. This piece is portraying Col. Richard Mentor Johnson of the United States killing the Shawnee leader, Tecumseh, at the Battle of the Thames.
1920, Painting depicting the meeting between Laura Secord and Lieutenant Fitzgibbon, June 1813. Image: 63.800 x 48.300 x 1.800 cm, Frame: 73.100 x 57.900 x 4.100 cm National Archives of Canada
... during the War of 1812
. The piece was started in 1878, a section was completed in 1880, and the work in total was completed in 1953....
Oct 2, 1813, Illustration of Col. Johnson's Mounted Men charging a party of British Artillerists and Indians at the Battle fought near Moraviantown October 2, 1813. 1 print / estampe : engraving, hand-coloured. Support: 30.500 x 18.400 cm (sheet?)
Sept. 7. 1833, Print shows American forces fighting Tecumseh's Indian confederation. In the center Col. R. M. Johnson shoots Tecumseh who has raised his tomahawk. A legend at the bottom describes the men pictured and describes of their role in the battle. Handwritten text at bottom-right reads: "Deposited Sept....
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