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Featuring reprinted scholarship by Adam Shortt, Charles W. The following is a working bibliography on the War of from the Canadian perspective. If you have a book or article to add to this list, please contact us! The Ontario Historical Society has, for the first time, digitized and made available electronically, all articles and book reviews related to the War of that have been published in its journal Ontario History since Over 70 articles have been digitized, dating back as early as Below is a listing of the articles. Please login to view OHS member-only content.

Ontario History Book Reviews on the War of The Ontario Historical Society has, for the first time, digitized and made electronically available, reviews of monographs related to the War of that have been published in its journal Ontario History since Over 25 reviews have been digitized, a listing of which appears below. Eight articles have been digitized, dating back as early as Donald Graves has dedicated his research to uncovering the complexity of causes, events and outcomes that constituted the War of Here Graves considers the last major northern battles, effectively taking up the story where Feltoe leaves off and carrying it through the watershed summer and autumn of His discussion of the bloody day siege of Fort Erie shows how American success in withstanding the British was ultimately undermined by anxiety about the oncoming winter, prompting the strategic decision to remove the troops from the Canadian side of the Niagara River — effectively marking the end of fighting on Canadian territory.

Graves is particularly adept at illuminating the military leadership on both sides, astutely allowing for both the expertise and also the weaknesses of British and Americans alike as they fought toward a high-stakes victory that only one could claim.

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Barry Gough, Dundurn , pages. From the outset, the Northwest was a crucial battleground, economically vital to the British, politically indispensable to the Americans, and home to dozens of Native nations. Enter the Nancy , a nimble little NWC schooner, built for speed and maneuverability, but with an ample hold for carrying goods west and furs east. When hostilities broke out, it was soon requisitioned. Her young master, Alexander MacKintosh, has a deep sense of obligation to king and country and daringly commanded his ship through countless battles and storms to keep strategic supplies and troops on the move as needed.

Finally cornered, MacKintosh set fire to his ship rather than have it fall into enemy hands. Grodzinski, Goose Lane Press , Crisman, ed. Searching for the Forgotten War — Vol. Sanford, , XLibris.

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Unfolding geographically, these volumes tell the story of the war using what can be found today in both Canada and the United States. With the use of photography and directions to find the historical markers, plaques, monuments, gravestones, graveyards, battlefields, fortified locations, naval battles on the Great Lakes and Oceans to tell the story behind the historical evidence in what was British North America and the United States. Illustrations, sketches and extensive appendices.

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Kent State University Press, The History of Fort St. Joseph John Abbott, Graeme S. Mount, Michael J. Dundurn Press, Iser Publications, Valley Publishing, Jaguar, Old Fort Niagara Association, Quarry Press, Where Right and Glory Lead! Dundurn, Ian McKay and Robert Wright. Related Articles.

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