c. 19th Century, Black and white woodcut ink portrait of Laura Secord
c. 19th Century, Sketched map with text depicting Laura Secord's projected route from Thorold to Queenston.
...Photograph of Laura Secord Monument behind the Six Indian Chiefs attending the Centenary Commemoration where the Six Nations and other Allied forces warriors were recognized for their impact on the outcome of the War of 1812
c. 1800, Black and white image of cameo-style portrait of a young Laura Secord.
c. 1908, Painted depiction of Laura Secord pretending to lead a cow so she could evade capture and detention by American soldiers.
...Thanks to Laura Secord, nearly 500 Americans surrendered at Beaver Dams in 1813, and a British defeat was averted. She had overheard plans for a surprice attack and struggled alone through miles of dense bush to warn the commander of the British outpost.
War of 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
...Book Cover - The book focuses on a variety of themes relating to Laura Secord and her courageous trek to Beaverdams during the War of 1812
. Other topics mentioned in the book include: first settlers, the Secord family, the Ingersoll family, reminiscences of 1812
, the town of St. Davids, Fort...
1977, Watercolour painting depicting Laura Secord Overhearing U.S. [United States] Officers Discussing Plans For The Attack On The British Forces At Beaverdams
circa 1898, Photograph with text. Persons depicting Laura Secords proposed crossing place of Twelve Mile Creek on a fallen tree. THE PLACE WHERE SHE CROSSED, From 'Jubilee History of Thorold' By permission
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
Sept. 8, 1992, This stamp depicts Laura Secord making her way through the bush during her famous walk to inform the British that the Americans were going to attach Canada.
1977, Watercolour painting depicting Laura Secord Intercepted By Indians On Her Way To Warn Fitzgibbon Of Impending U.S. Attack
...This monument has been erected by the Government of Canada, to Laura Ingersoll Secord
who saved her husband's life in the battle on these heights, October 13, 1812
And who risked her own in conveying to Capt. Fitzgibbon, Information by which he won the victory of Beaver Dams Erected 1910...
1910, Photograph of the raised cast relief of Laura Secord on the Laura Secord Monument located at Queenston Heights historic park.
Sept. 8, 1992, Illustration upon which the 42cent "Laura Secord: Legendary Patriot" stamp was based (see call# SN90001033).
c. 1921, Pen and Ink drawing on paper 37.1 cm x 29.2 cm (14.6" x 11.5") illustarting Laura Secord on her Journey to Warn the British
1914, Photograph of Six Indian Chiefs (unknown) attending the Centenary Commemoration at Queenston Heights. The Laura Secord Monument is situated behind the grouping of the Six Chiefs. Niagara Falls Public Library
Oct 17, 1868, Card describing the burial arrangements of Laura Secord at Lundy's Lane Cemetary with notation of inscripition on headstone: "Here rests Laura, Beloved wife of James Secord, Died Oct. 17, 1868, Aged 93 Years." In Memoriam LAURA SECORD, 1813. In Lundy's Lane Cemetery in the following inscription on...
1910, Painting of Laura Secord's encounter with Native warriors at Beaverdams by Henry Sandham. No. 10 in a set of reproductions entitled "Canadian Historical Paintings 1534-1885" featuring the works of J.W. Jefferys and Henry Sandham