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Attack on Fort Oswego 
Image    Attack on Fort Oswego. Below the image, along with the title, it reads: W. Strickland St.
General Brock's Monument. Above Queenston. By R. Wallis 
Image    After W. H. Bartlett, this is a hand coloured etching. It was engraved by Edward Radclyffe (1810-1863).
View of Schlosser Landing, Niagara 
Image  1841  ILLUSTRATIONS FOR HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY JOHN W. BARBER AND HENRY HOME Wood engravings on paper created in the United States of America.
The Widow of an Indian Chief, watching the arms of her deceased Husband. By John Raphael Smith 
Image  12 Mar 1812  Mezzotint. Undated. Printed by J. Wright
First View of Com. Perry's Victory 
Image    An engraving for the Naval monument W.B. Annin Sc. M. Corne p.
The Battle of Queenston Heights October 13th 1813. By Thomas Sutherland 
Image  1836  An ink print created after James Dennis's drawing of the Battle of Queenston Heights. Note the flags, the colouring of the uniforms and their locations which is different from the James Dennis original.
The Battle of Queenston Heights October 13th 1813. By Thomas Sutherland 
Image  1836  An ink print created after James Dennis's drawing of the Battle of Queenston Heights. Note the flags, the colouring of the uniforms and their locations which is different from the James Dennis original. It is historically inaccurate as it portrays Americans defending Queenston Heights and the...
Brock's Monument (From the American Side). By Charles Richardson 
Image  1839  A hand coloured etching. Publication: American Scenery, 1839
Distant View of Fort Niagara 
ImageText  1841  ILLUSTRATIONS FOR HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY JOHN W. BARBER AND HENRY HOME. Believed to have been created in the United States of America.
Second View of Com. Perry's Victory 
Image    This image shows the Battle of Lake Erie. Below it reads: "M. Corne P." and "W.B. Annin Sc.". Above it reads: "Engraved for the Naval Monument"
Lewiston Landing and Queenston Heights, U.C. 
Image  1841  ILLUSTRATIONS FOR HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY JOHN W. BARBER AND HENRY HOME, Wood engravings on paper created in the United Stares of America.
Queenston Heights Engraving 
Image    A black and white engraving of Brock's Monument at Queenston Heights. Size: unmounted 25x 19 cm. rounded 27.5cm x 19.9cm
The Battle of Queenston Heights, October 13, 1913 
Image  April 12, 1836,   ...An ink print created after James Dennis's drawing of the Battle of Queenston Heights. The Battle of Queenston Heights by eyewitness James B. Dennis depicts the unsuccessful American landing on 13 October 1812. The village of Queenston is in the right foreground, with Queenston Heights behind...
Battle of Queenston Heights Engraving: Oct. 13, 1813 
Image  1866-99,   This engraving shows American troops (shown in blue uniforms) crossing the Niagara River and landing at Queenston. British and Canadian troops (shown in red uniforms) under General Isaac Brock came out of Newark (now Niagara-on-the-Lake) and drove the Americans back to the heights. Seeing this,...
Brock's Monument at Queenston Heights Engraving- 1841 
ImageComments:  1881,   A coloured engraving of Brock's Monument at Queenston Heights.
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