Ontario History

Volume 104, Number 1, Spring 2012 Special Issue: The War of 1812

Table of contents (23 articles)

  • Introduction
  • The Centennial Celebration of the Battle of Lundy’s Lane and of One Hundred Years of Peace
  • Organizing for War in Canada, 1812-1814: The U.S. Army Experience
  • The Economic Effect of the War of 1812 on Upper Canada
  • The “Children of Nature” and “Our Province”: The Rev. John Strachan’s Views on the Indigenous People and the Motives Behind the American Invasion of Upper Canada, 1812-1814
  • The Capture of York
  • Epic Triumph, Epic Embarrassment, or Both? Commemorations of the War of 1812 Today in the Niagara Region
  • The Navies on Lake Ontario in the War of 1812: Notes from the Papers of a Naval Officer Then Serving on His Majesty’s Ships
  • The Scene of its Achievement: History, Tourism, and the Raising of HMS Nancy
  • To promote the Interest and Security of the North West Company: Canada's Fur Trade and the War of 1812
  • The Ancaster “Bloody Assize” of 1814
  • Contributors
  • Book Reviews

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