1812 History
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Hospital Niagara and Indian Council House, Niagara Common. By Frances Granger 
Image    A graphite drawing created in Canada. At the lower left hand side it reads: "Hospital Niagara now burnt down. originally Indian Council House, Niagara Common"
History of Niagara By Janet Carnochan 
Text  1914,   ...'s layout and buildings, local groups and societies, religion, local individuals, visitors, native relations, the town's contributions to the arts, legislation pertaining to Niagara, local farming as well as information on the War of 1812. To view the book, please contact the Niagara Historical Society...
American Piquete Round Fort George Summer 1813 
Image    ... Fort George, including Four Mile Creek. This photograph can provide an understanding of what Niagara-on-the-Lake looked like during the War of 1812....
Letter 
Text  18251031,   ...This letter regards the guardianship of the children of the Late Captain M. (Martin) McClellan who died during the Battle of Fort George in the War of 1812. McClellan was in the Lincoln Militia and perished during the American invasion of town. The letter is dated 31 October 1825 and provides...
"Chopping Block" Tombstone, St. Mark's Cemetary, Niagara-on-the-Lake 
Image    This is an image of the "Chopping Block" tombstone that is located in St. Mark's Cemetery in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The tombstone belongs to Charles Morrison who is believed to have been a United Empire Loyalist. This tombstone was allegedly used by the US army, during their occupation of the town...
The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper, December 18th, 1817 
Text  1817 December 18,   The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper was a weekly paper in the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake that began publication December 4, 1817 and ceased in 1830. This bound volume has been divided by publication dates. Other dates included in the volume are: 25 December 1817 1818 January 1 1818 January...
The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper, December 25th, 1817 
Text  1817 December 25,   The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper was a weekly paper in the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake that began publication December 4, 1817 and ceased in 1830. This bound volume has been divided by publication dates. Other dates included in the volume are: 1817 December 18 1818 January 1 1818 January...
The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper, January 1st, 1818 
Text  1818 January 1,   The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper was a weekly paper in the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake that began publication December 4, 1817 and ceased in 1830. This bound volume has been divided by publication dates. Other dates included in the volume are: 1817 December 18 1817 December 25 1818 January...
The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper, January 8, 1818 
Text  1818 January 8,   The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper was a weekly paper in the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake that began publication December 4, 1817 and ceased in 1830. This bound volume has been divided by publication dates. Other dates included in the volume are: 1817 December 18 1817 December 25 1818 January...
The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper, January 22, 1818 
Text  1818 January 22,   The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper was a weekly paper in the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake that began publication December 4, 1817 and ceased in 1830. This bound volume has been divided by publication dates. Other dates included in the volume are: 1817 December 18 1817 December 25 1818 January...
The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper, January 15, 1818 
TextComments:  1818 January 15  The Gleaner and Niagara Newspaper was a weekly paper in the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake that began publication December 4, 1817 and ceased in 1830. This bound volume has been divided by publication dates. Other dates included in the volume are: 1817 December 18 1817 December 25 1818 January...
The Battle of Fort George 
PublicationText  1896,   ... Campbell in 1791, D'Arcy Bolton in 1794, the Duke de Rochefoucauld Liancourt in 1795, Isaac Weld and J.C. Ogden in 1796, John Maude in 1800, George Heriot in 1806, Christian Schultz in 1807, John Melish in 1810 and Michael Smith in 1812, have described the town and adjacent country at considerable...
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