1812 History
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Fort Niagara. By Col. Alexander Cavalie Mercer 
Image    A watercolour of Fort Niagara from the Canadian side. It also shows a home directly across the river from the Fort.
Queenston. By William Henry Bartlett 
Image  C. 1842  Engraved by J.C. Armytage. A watercolour ink print.
The Attack on Fort Oswego, Lake Ontario, 1814. By John Thomas Serres 
Image    This is a watercolour over pencil, believed to be created in England.
Fort Niagara. By James Pattison Cockburn 
Image    Watercolour over pencil; gouache (white highlights) drawing. Believed to have been created in England. View is of Fort Niagara on the Canadian side of the Niagara River.
Battle of Lake Erie 
Image    Title is actually unknown but it is believed that this is a watercolour portraying the Battle of Lake Erie. Ink and Pencil.
Battle of Lake Erie 
Image    Title is actually unknown but it is believed that this is a watercolour portraying the Battle of Lake Erie. Ink and Pencil.
Battle of the Thames. By John Dorival 
Image    A watercolour with ink. No Date but is known to have been made in America.
Niagara River at Queenston with Brock's Monument.  By John Herbert Caddy 
Image  c. 1850  A watercolour on paper created at Queenston.
"Where Gen. Brock died. Queenston. Oct. 13, 1812." by Clara Mason

 
Image    ..."Where Gen. Brock died. Queenston. Oct. 13, 1812." ...
Battle of Fort George Watercolour Painting 
Image    A watercolour by an unknown artist of the Battle of Fort George, based on a line drawing that was in the Philadelphia Portfolio in 1817. The drawing shows some details on the town, including many elements that were later destroyed in December 1813 by the retreating American forces, such as the...
War of 1812 Battle Scene with Soldiers and Indians 
Image  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.
Sketch of the William Riley Log House- C. 1880 
Image  c. 1880,   This sketch of the log house of William Riley is the only extant image of an early home built by a former slave in the town of Niagara's "coloured village", roughly the area bounded by King, William, Ann and Butler streets. The sketch was donated to the museum by Mary Ann Guillen, Mr. Riley's...
Battle of the Thames 
Image  c. 19th Century,   A watercolour with ink. No Date but is known to have been made in America. 1 print / estampe : Lithograph, hand-coloured on wove paper Image: 52.100 x 35.500 cm (image)
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