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The battle of Bladensburg and the burning of Washington: in late summer 1814, an overconfident force of U.S. regulars, militia and marines thought they would easily defeat the outnumbered British assault force on the outskirts of Washington; their confidence proved unfounded. Aug 1, 2013 1684
Aye ready aye: the Royal Navy in the war of 1812. Feb 1, 2013 2161
Recreating the past: historic re-enactment at queens on heights. Jan 1, 2013 1780
Niagara Frontier set ablaze: fanning the flames of netribution. Dec 1, 2012 1811
Battle of the Chateauguay: Canadian Forces repulse a disorganized enemy. Oct 1, 2012 1298
Battle of Queenston Heights: the Americans lead the first charge into battle. Sep 1, 2012 2404
Battle of Put-in-Bay: Lake Erie engagement reverses Britain's fortunes. Aug 1, 2012 1763
Battle of Chippawa: the stage was set for war in July 1814. Jul 1, 2012 1526
Battle of Stoney Creek: the first casualty of war is always the plan. Essay Jun 1, 2012 2007
Battle of Fort George volleys over the Niagara: it was the site of the first armed clashes between the American and British forces in the War of 1812. It proved to be a rather one-sided affair, with the Americans winning both tactical and strategic advantages. May 1, 2012 1334
Naval battles on Lake Ontario: the battle of the carpenters: while Britain's Royal Navy ruled the ocean waves during the War of 1812, the fledgling American navy was able to challenge their supremacy on the Great Lakes. May 1, 2012 2032
Canadian casualty at little bighorn. Letter to the editor Feb 1, 2012 178
The battle & burning of York: America's first victory in the war of 1812. Dec 1, 2011 1490

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