1812 History
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Map of Historic Niagara, Showing the Principal Points of Interest in Connection with the History of the Niagara River 
Image    ...Made for Peter A. Porter. It outlines all the major historical sites for the War of 1812 in Niagara....
A View of Col. Johnson's Engagement with the Savages. By Abel Bowen 
Image  c. 1812  ...An ink print dated c. 1812 that is believed to have been created in America....
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.
Silhouette of Anna Harrison 
Image    ...Anna Harrisson was the Wife of William Henry Harrisson. In the War of 1812, Harrisson commanded the American Army in the Northwest and was responsible for the U.S. victory at Moraviantown (the Battle of the Thames)....
Silhouette of William Henry Harrison 
Image    ...In the War of 1812, Harrisson commanded the American Army in the Northwest and was responsible for the U.S. victory at Moraviantown (the Battle of the Thames). His wife was Anna Harrisson....
View of Port of Buffalo on Lake Erie 
Image    View of Port of Buffalo on Lake Erie
General Burgoyne Addressing the Indians at their War Feast in Canada. By J. Taylor 
Image  7 Jan 1804  An ink print published on January 7, 1804.
Queenston, Upper Canada. By William Strickland 
Image  c. 1814  A coloured ink print created in the United States of America.
Queenston, Upper Canada. By William Strickland 
Image  c. 1814  A coloured ink print created in the United States of America.
American Fort, Niagara River. By John Richard Coke Smyth 
Image  1838  An ink print created in England.
Queenston. By William Henry Bartlett 
Image  C. 1842  Engraved by J.C. Armytage. A watercolour ink print.
Plan of Fort Erie. 
Image    An ink print believed to have been created in England during the 18th Century.
View of Fort Niagara on Lake Ontario from the Lighthouse on the British Side 
Image  Oct 1812  An ink print that is believed to have come from Philadelphia.
Battle of the Thames, October 5th 1813. By Ephraim Bouve 
Image    An ink print that was entered according to an Act of Congress.
Storming Fort Oswego, Lake Ontario, North America, May 6th 1814. By Robert Havell and Son 
Image    (After Steele) Ink Print, No Date, England
The Battle of New Orleans and Death of Major General Packenham. By Joseph Yeager 
Image    An aquatint, undated.
Capture of Fort George 
Image  Jun 1817  Capture of Fort George. In the upper right hand corner it reads: "Porte Folio. July. 1817"
Attack on Fort Oswego 
Image    Attack on Fort Oswego. Below the image, along with the title, it reads: W. Strickland St.
Battle of Niagara 
Image    Battle of Niagara, originally sketched by Major Riddle. Below the image, on the right hand side, it reads: "Strickland sc."
A View of Quebec from Point Levy 
Image    Below the images it reads: "W. Strickland del." and "W. Kneass Sc."
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