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The War of 1812 : writings from America's second war of independence, Donald R. Hickey, editor

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The War of 1812 : writings from America's second war of independence
Title
The War of 1812
Title remainder
writings from America's second war of independence
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Donald R. Hickey, editor
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Writings from America's second war of independence
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eng
Summary
A collection of letters, speeches, diary entries, newspaper and magazine articles, memoir excerpts, poems, sermons, songs, and military reports that provide a rich first-hand panorama of the War of 1812 as it was experienced by a wide range of participants: Americans, Britons, Canadians, and Indians
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973.5/2
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  • illustrations
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index present
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E354
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.W374 2013
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1944-
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Hickey, Donald R.
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Library of America
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232
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  • United States
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  • United States
  • Canada
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The War of 1812 : writings from America's second war of independence, Donald R. Hickey, editor
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Color maps on lining papers
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 802-871) and index
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Contents
  • James Madison: War Message to Congress: "A solemn question": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Foreign Relations: Report on the Causes and Reasons for War: "An immediate appeal to Arms": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- Thomas Jefferson to James Madison: "A solecism worthy of Don Quixot": Virginia, May 1812 -- Andrew Jackson to Willie Blount: "The spirit of the whole people is on fire": Tennessee, June 1812 -- Tecumseh: Message from the Confederate Nations to Their British Allies and Huron Brothers: "All this Island will rise as one man": Northwestern Frontier, June 1812 -- James Monroe to John Taylor: "Trade & fight, & fight & trade": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- James Madison: Proclamation of War: "The last resort of injured Nations": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- Hezekiah Niles: "War against England": "Long live America": Baltimore, June 1812 -- Thomas Jefferson to James Madison: Canada, Commerce, and War: Virginia, June 1812 -- Thirty-four Members of the U.S. House of Representatives: from "An Address of the Minority to Their Constituents": "What are the United States to gain by this war?": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- Maryland House of Delegates, Committee of Grievances and Courts of Justice: Report on the Baltimore Riots: Silencing the Anti-War Press: Baltimore, Summer 1812 -- Israel Pickens: Circular Letter to His Constituents in North Carolina: "Your country calls": Washington, D.C., July 1812 -- William Ellery Channing: A Sermon, Preached in Boston, July 23, 1812, the Day of the Publick Fast: "It is a war fraught with ruin": Boston, July 1812 -- William Hull: Proclamation: "I come to find enemies not to make them": Upper Canada, July 1812 -- Isaac Brock: Proclamation: "Repel the invader": Upper Canada, July 1812 -- Thomas Verchères de Boucherville: Journal: With Tecumseh and the British: Northwestern Frontier, July-August 1812 -- Nathan Heald to Thomas H. Cushing: The Fort Dearborn Massacre: Northwestern Frontier, August 1812 -- Caleb Strong to William Eustis: Massachusetts Defiant: Boston, August 1812 -- James Madison to Thomas Jefferson: "The wheels of war": Washington, D.C., August 1812 -- Robert Lucas: Journal: Hull's Capitulation: Michigan Territory, August 1812 -- Cornelius Flummerfelt: "The Bold Canadian": A Ballad of Detroit: Upper Canada, August 1812 -- Moses Smith: from Naval Scenes in the Last War: "Old Ironsides" Captures HMS Guerrière: North Atlantic, August 1812 -- New York City Committee of Correspondence: from Address . . . in Support of the Nomination of The Hon. De Witt Clinton: De Witt Clinton for President: New York City, August 1812 -- James Madison: Address to the Delegations of Several Indian Nations: Advice to America's Indian Friends: Washington, D.C., August 1812 -- Stephen Van Rensselaer to Daniel D. Tompkins: Alarm and Distrust in New York: Niagara Frontier, August 1812 -- Daniel Curtis to Jacob Kingsbury: Siege of Fort Wayne: Northwestern Frontier, September 1812 -- A. W. Cochran: from a letter to Rebecca Cochran: Circumstances and William Hull: Lower Canada, September 1812 -- John Strachan to John Richardson: Fifteen Reasons for War on America: Upper Canada, September 1812 -- George McFeely: Diary: Yankee Ingenuity: Pennsylvania, October 1812 -- Jared Willson to Alvan Stewart: Battle of Queenston Heights: Upper Canada, October 1812 -- John Strachan to William Wilberforce: The British-Indian Alliance: Upper Canada, November 1812 -- Alexander Smyth: Proclamation: "The hour of renown": Niagara Frontier, November 1812 -- William Atherton: from Narrative of the Suffering & Defeat of the North-Western Army: A Chronicle of Wretchedness: Northwestern Frontier, September 1812-January 1813 -- William B. Northcutt: Diary: Battle of the Mississinewa River: Northwestern Frontier, December 1812 --
  • Elias Darnell: Journal: "Remember the Raisin!": Northwestern Frontier, January 1813 -- James Madison: Second Inaugural Address: War and the American Character: Washington, D.C., March 1813 -- Henry, Earl Bathurst to Sir Thomas Sidney Beckwith: The Rules of Engagement: London, March 1813 -- Patrick Finan: from "Recollections of Canada": Battle of York: Upper Canada, April 1813 -- John Richardson: from "A Canadian Campaign": Siege of Fort Meigs: Ohio, May 1813 -- Thomas Jefferson to Madame de Staël: Tyrants of Land and Sea: Virginia, May 1813 -- George McFeely: Diary: "The flag from Fort George": Upper Canada, May 1813 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Sackets Harbor: Upstate New York, May 1813 -- Joseph Penley Jr.: from The Sanguinary and Cruel War of 1812-14: Life Aboard a British Prison Ship: Lower Canada, June-August 1813 -- Philip B. V. Broke to John Borlase Warren: HMS Shannon Defeats USS Chesapeake: Massachusetts Bay, June 1813 -- John C. Calhoun to James Macbride: "Party sperit": Washington, D.C., June 1813 -- Laura Ingersoll Secord: Incident at Beaver Dams: A Canadian Paul Revere: Upper Canada, June 1813 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Beaver Dams: Upper Canada, June 1813 -- James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson: The President in Peril: Washington, D.C., June 1813 -- "P." (Richard E. Parker) to the Richmond Enquirer: British Atrocities at Hampton: Virginia, June 1813 -- Blackbird: Message from the Ottawa Nation to William Claus: The Death of Joseph C. Eldridge: Upper Canada, July 1813--William B. Northcutt: Diary: Skirmish on the Sandusky: Ohio, July 1813 -- George Croghan to William Henry Harrison: Battle of Fort Stephenson: Ohio, August 1813 -- Black Hawk: from Life of Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak or Black Hawk: The White Man's Way of War: Northwestern Frontier, Summer 1813 -- James Fenimore Cooper: from Ned Myers; or, A Life Before the Mast: Storm and Shipwreck: Lake Ontario, August 1813 -- James Inderwick: Journal: The Wounded of USS Argus: Southwest Coast of Britain, August 1813 -- Thomas Hart Benton: Broadside: A Brawl with Andrew Jackson: Nashville, September 1813 -- Philip Freneau: "The Battle of Lake Erie": "We have met the enemy and they are ours": Lake Erie, September 1813 -- Washington Irving: "Biographical Memoir of Commodore Perry": "The nerve of a hero": Lake Erie, September 1813 -- Tecumseh: Speech to Henry Procter: "We are determined to defend our lands": Upper Canada, September 1813 -- John Richardson: from War of 1812: Battle of the Thames: Upper Canada, September-October 1813 -- William Henry Harrison: Proclamation: An Armistice with the Indians: Northwestern Frontier, October 1813 -- Red Jacket: Message to Erastus Granger: Indian Grievances: Niagara Frontier, October 1813 -- John Le Couteur to Philip Bouton: Terror, Delight, and Thoughts of Home: Upper Canada, October 1813 -- Robert Purdy to James Wilkinson: Battle of Châteauguay: Lower Canada, October 1813 -- Charles Ball: from Slavery in the United States: A Narrative: Runaway Slaves in the Chesapeake: Maryland, Summer-Fall 1813 -- James Scott: from Recollections of a Naval Life: American Characteristics: Maryland, Winter 1813-14 -- Francis Jeffrey: A Conversation with James Madison: A British Editor Interviews the President: Washington, D.C., November 1813 -- Henry Clay to Thomas Bodley: "If Canada is conquered": Washington, D.C., December 1813 --
  • Cyrenius Chapin to the Buffalo Gazette: The Case Against George McClure: Niagara Frontier, December 1813 -- Eber D. Howe: from "Recollections of a Pioneer Printer": Revenge by Fire: Niagara Frontier, December 1813 -- Amos Hall to Daniel D. Tompkins: The Burning of Black Rock and Buffalo: Niagara Frontier, December 1813 -- George Prevost: Proclamation: "A full measure of retaliation": Upper Canada, January 1814 -- Henry Kent: A Winter's March: Across the Northern Ice: Saint John, New Brunswick-Kingston, Upper Canada, Winter 1814 -- Arthur Wellesley, Marquess of Wellington, to Henry, Earl Bathurst: Prosecuting War on America: Garris, France, February 1814 -- The Crew of USS Essex to the Crew of HMS Phoebe: Fighting Words: Valparaiso Harbor, Chile, March 1814 -- A Midshipman of HMS Phoebe to the Crew of USS Essex: "Your vile infamy": Valparaiso Harbor, Chile, March 1814 -- David G. Farragut: from The Life of David Glasgow Farragut: The Capture of USS Essex: Off Valparaiso, Chile, March 1814 -- Andrew Jackson to John Wood: Words Before an Execution: Mississippi Territory, March 1814 -- Andrew Jackson to Rachel Jackson: Battle of Horseshoe Bend: Mississippi Territory, March 1814 -- Robert Young to Phineas Riall: British Unrest at Fort Niagara: Niagara Frontier, March 1814 -- George McFeely: Diary: Second Battle of Lacolle Mill: Lower Canada, March 1814 -- Benjamin F. Browne: from "Papers of an old Dartmoor Prisoner": The Rough Allies of Dartmoor: Devon, England, Spring-Summer 1814 -- Alexander Cochrane: Proclamation: A British Appeal to American Slaves: Bermuda, April 1814 -- Thomas Jefferson: from a letter to John Adams: "The Attila of the age dethroned": Virginia, April 1814 -- Henry, Earl Bathurst to George Prevost: British Aims in North America: London, June 1814 -- Albert Gallatin to James Monroe: "Pride and vindictive passions": London, June 1814 -- Stephen Popham to James Yeo: Battle of Sandy Creek: Upstate New York, May 1814 -- N. W. Hibbard to Alvin Hunt: Carrying the Cable: Upstate New York, May-June 1814 -- Jarvis Hanks: Memoir: A Tale of Five Deserters: Niagara Frontier, June 1814 -- William E. Horner: from "Surgical Sketches": The U.S. Wounded at Fort Erie: Niagara Frontier, July 1814 -- Winfield Scott: from Memoirs of Lieutenant-General Scott: Battle of Chippawa: Upper Canada, July 1814 -- Isaac Chauncey to Jacob Brown: "A higher destiny": Lake Ontario, August 1814 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Lundy's Lane: Upper Canada, July 1814 -- William Dunlop: from "Recollections": A British Surgeon's Lot: Upper Canada, July 1814 -- Shadrach Byfield: from "Narrative of a Light Company Soldier's Service": The Loss of an Arm: Upper Canada, August 1814 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Fort Erie: Upper Canada, August 1814 -- Jarvis Hanks: Memoir: The Day After Fort Erie: Upper Canada, August 1814 -- Andrew Jackson: Address to the Cherokee and Creek Nations: The Treaty of Fort Jackson: Mississippi Territory, August 1814 -- Big Warrior to Benjamin Hawkins: "Think for your red friends": Mississippi Territory, August 1814 -- Alexander Cochrane to Commanding Officers of the North American Station: "Destroy & lay waste": Bermuda, July 1814 -- Robert Rowley to Owsley Rowley: British Depredations in Chesapeake Bay: Maryland and Virginia, August 1814 -- James Scott: from Recollections of a Naval Life: From Benedict to Bladensburg: Maryland, August 1814 -- Joshua Barney to William Jones: Battle of Bladensburg: Maryland, August 1814 -- Dolley Madison to Lucy Payne Washington Todd: "Dear sister, I must leave this house": Washington, D.C., August 1814 -- Paul Jennings: from A Colored Man's Reminiscences of James Madison: A Slave's View from the White House: Washington, D.C., August 1814 -- George R. Gleig: from The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, 1814-15: Storming the Capital: Washington, D.C., August 1814 --
  • Mary Stockton Hunter to Susan Stockton Cuthbert: "The most suicidal act ever committed": Washington, D. C., August 1814 -- George R. Gleig: from The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, 1814-15: The British Retreat from the Capital: Washington, D.C., August 1814 -- Thomas Boyle: Proclamation: A U.S. Blockade of the British Isles: London, August 1814 -- Philip Reed to Benjamin Chambers: Battle of Caulk's Field: Maryland, August 1814 -- George Gordon, Lord Byron: "Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart.": Death of a Kinsman: London, August 1814 -- Isaac Monroe to a Friend in Boston: The Bombardment of Fort McHenry: Maryland, September 1814 -- Francis Scott Key: "Defence of Fort McHenry": "The Star-Spangled Banner": Maryland, September 1814 -- Roger B. Taney to Charles Howard: The Life and Legend of Francis Scott Key: Maryland, September 1814 -- William Dunlop: from "Recollections": Thinning the Ranks at Fort Erie: Upper Canada, Summer 1814 -- Jarvis Hanks: Memoir: The New York Militia Redeemed: Niagara Frontier, September 1814 -- Thomas Macdonough to William Jones: Battle of Lake Champlain: Upstate New York, September 1814 -- Thomas Jefferson to Samuel H. Smith: The Library of Congress: Virginia, September 1814 -- Samuel C. Reid to the New-York Mercantile Advertiser: A Naval Battle in a Neutral Harbor: Fayal, Azores, September 1814 -- Benjamin F. Browne: from "Papers of an old Dartmoor Prisoner": Democracy and Royalty in Dartmoor: Devon, England, Fall 1814 -- Timothy Pickering to Caleb Strong: The British Terms for Peace: Washington, D.C., October 1814-- Thomas Jefferson to James Madison: Ways, Means, and Ends of an Ongoing War: Virginia, October 1814 -- Charles Willing Hare to Harrison Gray Otis: A Federalist Calls for a Convention: Philadelphia, October 1814 -- John C. Sherbrooke to Henry, Earl Bathurst: The "Federal States" of America: Halifax, November 1814 -- The Duke of Wellington to the Earl of Liverpool: Wellington Weighs In: Paris, November 1814 -- Daniel Webster: "Speech on the Conscription Bill": "Is this civil liberty?": Washington, D.C., December 1814 -- Treaty of Peace and Amity between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America: The Peace of Christmas Eve: Ghent, December 1814 -- Albert Gallatin to James Monroe: "As favorable as could be expected": Ghent, December 1814 -- The Earl of Liverpool to George Canning: The Prime Minister on the Peace: London, December 1814 -- George R. Gleig: from The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, 1814-15: Target New Orleans: Louisiana, December 1814 -- Thomas ap Catesby Jones to Daniel T. Patterson: Battle of Lake Borgne: Louisiana, December 1814 -- Harrison Gray Otis and Fellow Delegates from New England: Report and Resolutions of the Hartford Convention: "If the Union be destined to dissolution": Connecticut, December 1814-January 1815 --
  • Harry Smith: from Autobiography: "A most murderous fire": Louisiana, January 1815 -- A Kentucky Soldier's Account of the Battle of New Orleans: "Like a sea of blood": Louisiana, January 1815 -- Harry Smith: from Autobiography: Reckoning the Loss: Louisiana, January 1815 -- Andrew Jackson to James Monroe: Report on the Battle of New Orleans: Louisiana, January 1815 -- Thomas Jefferson to Marquis de Lafayette: The "Robespierres of Massachusetts": Virginia, February 1815 -- James Madison: Special Message to Congress: The War Ends: Washington, D.C., February 1815 -- National Aegis: "The Peace." : "We have gloriously triumphed!": Massachusetts, February 1815 -- George Prevost: General Order: A Commander's Farewell: Lower Canada, March 1815 -- Lewis Peter Clover: from "Reminiscences of a Dartmoor Prisoner": The Dartmoor Massacre: Devon, England, April 1815 -- John Quincy Adams to William Eustis: An Uncertain Peace: Ealing, England, August 1815 -- James Madison: Seventh Annual Message to Congress: Mr. Madison's War: Washington, D.C., December 1815
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxx, 892 p.
Isbn
9781598531954
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2011943154
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1 ill.
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  • (OCoLC)775418801
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The War of 1812 : writings from America's second war of independence, Donald R. Hickey, editor
Publication
Note
Color maps on lining papers
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 802-871) and index
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volume
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nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
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txt
Content type MARC source
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Contents
  • James Madison: War Message to Congress: "A solemn question": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Foreign Relations: Report on the Causes and Reasons for War: "An immediate appeal to Arms": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- Thomas Jefferson to James Madison: "A solecism worthy of Don Quixot": Virginia, May 1812 -- Andrew Jackson to Willie Blount: "The spirit of the whole people is on fire": Tennessee, June 1812 -- Tecumseh: Message from the Confederate Nations to Their British Allies and Huron Brothers: "All this Island will rise as one man": Northwestern Frontier, June 1812 -- James Monroe to John Taylor: "Trade & fight, & fight & trade": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- James Madison: Proclamation of War: "The last resort of injured Nations": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- Hezekiah Niles: "War against England": "Long live America": Baltimore, June 1812 -- Thomas Jefferson to James Madison: Canada, Commerce, and War: Virginia, June 1812 -- Thirty-four Members of the U.S. House of Representatives: from "An Address of the Minority to Their Constituents": "What are the United States to gain by this war?": Washington, D.C., June 1812 -- Maryland House of Delegates, Committee of Grievances and Courts of Justice: Report on the Baltimore Riots: Silencing the Anti-War Press: Baltimore, Summer 1812 -- Israel Pickens: Circular Letter to His Constituents in North Carolina: "Your country calls": Washington, D.C., July 1812 -- William Ellery Channing: A Sermon, Preached in Boston, July 23, 1812, the Day of the Publick Fast: "It is a war fraught with ruin": Boston, July 1812 -- William Hull: Proclamation: "I come to find enemies not to make them": Upper Canada, July 1812 -- Isaac Brock: Proclamation: "Repel the invader": Upper Canada, July 1812 -- Thomas Verchères de Boucherville: Journal: With Tecumseh and the British: Northwestern Frontier, July-August 1812 -- Nathan Heald to Thomas H. Cushing: The Fort Dearborn Massacre: Northwestern Frontier, August 1812 -- Caleb Strong to William Eustis: Massachusetts Defiant: Boston, August 1812 -- James Madison to Thomas Jefferson: "The wheels of war": Washington, D.C., August 1812 -- Robert Lucas: Journal: Hull's Capitulation: Michigan Territory, August 1812 -- Cornelius Flummerfelt: "The Bold Canadian": A Ballad of Detroit: Upper Canada, August 1812 -- Moses Smith: from Naval Scenes in the Last War: "Old Ironsides" Captures HMS Guerrière: North Atlantic, August 1812 -- New York City Committee of Correspondence: from Address . . . in Support of the Nomination of The Hon. De Witt Clinton: De Witt Clinton for President: New York City, August 1812 -- James Madison: Address to the Delegations of Several Indian Nations: Advice to America's Indian Friends: Washington, D.C., August 1812 -- Stephen Van Rensselaer to Daniel D. Tompkins: Alarm and Distrust in New York: Niagara Frontier, August 1812 -- Daniel Curtis to Jacob Kingsbury: Siege of Fort Wayne: Northwestern Frontier, September 1812 -- A. W. Cochran: from a letter to Rebecca Cochran: Circumstances and William Hull: Lower Canada, September 1812 -- John Strachan to John Richardson: Fifteen Reasons for War on America: Upper Canada, September 1812 -- George McFeely: Diary: Yankee Ingenuity: Pennsylvania, October 1812 -- Jared Willson to Alvan Stewart: Battle of Queenston Heights: Upper Canada, October 1812 -- John Strachan to William Wilberforce: The British-Indian Alliance: Upper Canada, November 1812 -- Alexander Smyth: Proclamation: "The hour of renown": Niagara Frontier, November 1812 -- William Atherton: from Narrative of the Suffering & Defeat of the North-Western Army: A Chronicle of Wretchedness: Northwestern Frontier, September 1812-January 1813 -- William B. Northcutt: Diary: Battle of the Mississinewa River: Northwestern Frontier, December 1812 --
  • Elias Darnell: Journal: "Remember the Raisin!": Northwestern Frontier, January 1813 -- James Madison: Second Inaugural Address: War and the American Character: Washington, D.C., March 1813 -- Henry, Earl Bathurst to Sir Thomas Sidney Beckwith: The Rules of Engagement: London, March 1813 -- Patrick Finan: from "Recollections of Canada": Battle of York: Upper Canada, April 1813 -- John Richardson: from "A Canadian Campaign": Siege of Fort Meigs: Ohio, May 1813 -- Thomas Jefferson to Madame de Staël: Tyrants of Land and Sea: Virginia, May 1813 -- George McFeely: Diary: "The flag from Fort George": Upper Canada, May 1813 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Sackets Harbor: Upstate New York, May 1813 -- Joseph Penley Jr.: from The Sanguinary and Cruel War of 1812-14: Life Aboard a British Prison Ship: Lower Canada, June-August 1813 -- Philip B. V. Broke to John Borlase Warren: HMS Shannon Defeats USS Chesapeake: Massachusetts Bay, June 1813 -- John C. Calhoun to James Macbride: "Party sperit": Washington, D.C., June 1813 -- Laura Ingersoll Secord: Incident at Beaver Dams: A Canadian Paul Revere: Upper Canada, June 1813 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Beaver Dams: Upper Canada, June 1813 -- James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson: The President in Peril: Washington, D.C., June 1813 -- "P." (Richard E. Parker) to the Richmond Enquirer: British Atrocities at Hampton: Virginia, June 1813 -- Blackbird: Message from the Ottawa Nation to William Claus: The Death of Joseph C. Eldridge: Upper Canada, July 1813--William B. Northcutt: Diary: Skirmish on the Sandusky: Ohio, July 1813 -- George Croghan to William Henry Harrison: Battle of Fort Stephenson: Ohio, August 1813 -- Black Hawk: from Life of Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak or Black Hawk: The White Man's Way of War: Northwestern Frontier, Summer 1813 -- James Fenimore Cooper: from Ned Myers; or, A Life Before the Mast: Storm and Shipwreck: Lake Ontario, August 1813 -- James Inderwick: Journal: The Wounded of USS Argus: Southwest Coast of Britain, August 1813 -- Thomas Hart Benton: Broadside: A Brawl with Andrew Jackson: Nashville, September 1813 -- Philip Freneau: "The Battle of Lake Erie": "We have met the enemy and they are ours": Lake Erie, September 1813 -- Washington Irving: "Biographical Memoir of Commodore Perry": "The nerve of a hero": Lake Erie, September 1813 -- Tecumseh: Speech to Henry Procter: "We are determined to defend our lands": Upper Canada, September 1813 -- John Richardson: from War of 1812: Battle of the Thames: Upper Canada, September-October 1813 -- William Henry Harrison: Proclamation: An Armistice with the Indians: Northwestern Frontier, October 1813 -- Red Jacket: Message to Erastus Granger: Indian Grievances: Niagara Frontier, October 1813 -- John Le Couteur to Philip Bouton: Terror, Delight, and Thoughts of Home: Upper Canada, October 1813 -- Robert Purdy to James Wilkinson: Battle of Châteauguay: Lower Canada, October 1813 -- Charles Ball: from Slavery in the United States: A Narrative: Runaway Slaves in the Chesapeake: Maryland, Summer-Fall 1813 -- James Scott: from Recollections of a Naval Life: American Characteristics: Maryland, Winter 1813-14 -- Francis Jeffrey: A Conversation with James Madison: A British Editor Interviews the President: Washington, D.C., November 1813 -- Henry Clay to Thomas Bodley: "If Canada is conquered": Washington, D.C., December 1813 --
  • Cyrenius Chapin to the Buffalo Gazette: The Case Against George McClure: Niagara Frontier, December 1813 -- Eber D. Howe: from "Recollections of a Pioneer Printer": Revenge by Fire: Niagara Frontier, December 1813 -- Amos Hall to Daniel D. Tompkins: The Burning of Black Rock and Buffalo: Niagara Frontier, December 1813 -- George Prevost: Proclamation: "A full measure of retaliation": Upper Canada, January 1814 -- Henry Kent: A Winter's March: Across the Northern Ice: Saint John, New Brunswick-Kingston, Upper Canada, Winter 1814 -- Arthur Wellesley, Marquess of Wellington, to Henry, Earl Bathurst: Prosecuting War on America: Garris, France, February 1814 -- The Crew of USS Essex to the Crew of HMS Phoebe: Fighting Words: Valparaiso Harbor, Chile, March 1814 -- A Midshipman of HMS Phoebe to the Crew of USS Essex: "Your vile infamy": Valparaiso Harbor, Chile, March 1814 -- David G. Farragut: from The Life of David Glasgow Farragut: The Capture of USS Essex: Off Valparaiso, Chile, March 1814 -- Andrew Jackson to John Wood: Words Before an Execution: Mississippi Territory, March 1814 -- Andrew Jackson to Rachel Jackson: Battle of Horseshoe Bend: Mississippi Territory, March 1814 -- Robert Young to Phineas Riall: British Unrest at Fort Niagara: Niagara Frontier, March 1814 -- George McFeely: Diary: Second Battle of Lacolle Mill: Lower Canada, March 1814 -- Benjamin F. Browne: from "Papers of an old Dartmoor Prisoner": The Rough Allies of Dartmoor: Devon, England, Spring-Summer 1814 -- Alexander Cochrane: Proclamation: A British Appeal to American Slaves: Bermuda, April 1814 -- Thomas Jefferson: from a letter to John Adams: "The Attila of the age dethroned": Virginia, April 1814 -- Henry, Earl Bathurst to George Prevost: British Aims in North America: London, June 1814 -- Albert Gallatin to James Monroe: "Pride and vindictive passions": London, June 1814 -- Stephen Popham to James Yeo: Battle of Sandy Creek: Upstate New York, May 1814 -- N. W. Hibbard to Alvin Hunt: Carrying the Cable: Upstate New York, May-June 1814 -- Jarvis Hanks: Memoir: A Tale of Five Deserters: Niagara Frontier, June 1814 -- William E. Horner: from "Surgical Sketches": The U.S. Wounded at Fort Erie: Niagara Frontier, July 1814 -- Winfield Scott: from Memoirs of Lieutenant-General Scott: Battle of Chippawa: Upper Canada, July 1814 -- Isaac Chauncey to Jacob Brown: "A higher destiny": Lake Ontario, August 1814 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Lundy's Lane: Upper Canada, July 1814 -- William Dunlop: from "Recollections": A British Surgeon's Lot: Upper Canada, July 1814 -- Shadrach Byfield: from "Narrative of a Light Company Soldier's Service": The Loss of an Arm: Upper Canada, August 1814 -- John Le Couteur: Journal: Battle of Fort Erie: Upper Canada, August 1814 -- Jarvis Hanks: Memoir: The Day After Fort Erie: Upper Canada, August 1814 -- Andrew Jackson: Address to the Cherokee and Creek Nations: The Treaty of Fort Jackson: Mississippi Territory, August 1814 -- Big Warrior to Benjamin Hawkins: "Think for your red friends": Mississippi Territory, August 1814 -- Alexander Cochrane to Commanding Officers of the North American Station: "Destroy & lay waste": Bermuda, July 1814 -- Robert Rowley to Owsley Rowley: British Depredations in Chesapeake Bay: Maryland and Virginia, August 1814 -- James Scott: from Recollections of a Naval Life: From Benedict to Bladensburg: Maryland, August 1814 -- Joshua Barney to William Jones: Battle of Bladensburg: Maryland, August 1814 -- Dolley Madison to Lucy Payne Washington Todd: "Dear sister, I must leave this house": Washington, D.C., August 1814 -- Paul Jennings: from A Colored Man's Reminiscences of James Madison: A Slave's View from the White House: Washington, D.C., August 1814 -- George R. Gleig: from The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, 1814-15: Storming the Capital: Washington, D.C., August 1814 --
  • Mary Stockton Hunter to Susan Stockton Cuthbert: "The most suicidal act ever committed": Washington, D. C., August 1814 -- George R. Gleig: from The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, 1814-15: The British Retreat from the Capital: Washington, D.C., August 1814 -- Thomas Boyle: Proclamation: A U.S. Blockade of the British Isles: London, August 1814 -- Philip Reed to Benjamin Chambers: Battle of Caulk's Field: Maryland, August 1814 -- George Gordon, Lord Byron: "Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart.": Death of a Kinsman: London, August 1814 -- Isaac Monroe to a Friend in Boston: The Bombardment of Fort McHenry: Maryland, September 1814 -- Francis Scott Key: "Defence of Fort McHenry": "The Star-Spangled Banner": Maryland, September 1814 -- Roger B. Taney to Charles Howard: The Life and Legend of Francis Scott Key: Maryland, September 1814 -- William Dunlop: from "Recollections": Thinning the Ranks at Fort Erie: Upper Canada, Summer 1814 -- Jarvis Hanks: Memoir: The New York Militia Redeemed: Niagara Frontier, September 1814 -- Thomas Macdonough to William Jones: Battle of Lake Champlain: Upstate New York, September 1814 -- Thomas Jefferson to Samuel H. Smith: The Library of Congress: Virginia, September 1814 -- Samuel C. Reid to the New-York Mercantile Advertiser: A Naval Battle in a Neutral Harbor: Fayal, Azores, September 1814 -- Benjamin F. Browne: from "Papers of an old Dartmoor Prisoner": Democracy and Royalty in Dartmoor: Devon, England, Fall 1814 -- Timothy Pickering to Caleb Strong: The British Terms for Peace: Washington, D.C., October 1814-- Thomas Jefferson to James Madison: Ways, Means, and Ends of an Ongoing War: Virginia, October 1814 -- Charles Willing Hare to Harrison Gray Otis: A Federalist Calls for a Convention: Philadelphia, October 1814 -- John C. Sherbrooke to Henry, Earl Bathurst: The "Federal States" of America: Halifax, November 1814 -- The Duke of Wellington to the Earl of Liverpool: Wellington Weighs In: Paris, November 1814 -- Daniel Webster: "Speech on the Conscription Bill": "Is this civil liberty?": Washington, D.C., December 1814 -- Treaty of Peace and Amity between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America: The Peace of Christmas Eve: Ghent, December 1814 -- Albert Gallatin to James Monroe: "As favorable as could be expected": Ghent, December 1814 -- The Earl of Liverpool to George Canning: The Prime Minister on the Peace: London, December 1814 -- George R. Gleig: from The Campaigns of the British Army at Washington and New Orleans, 1814-15: Target New Orleans: Louisiana, December 1814 -- Thomas ap Catesby Jones to Daniel T. Patterson: Battle of Lake Borgne: Louisiana, December 1814 -- Harrison Gray Otis and Fellow Delegates from New England: Report and Resolutions of the Hartford Convention: "If the Union be destined to dissolution": Connecticut, December 1814-January 1815 --
  • Harry Smith: from Autobiography: "A most murderous fire": Louisiana, January 1815 -- A Kentucky Soldier's Account of the Battle of New Orleans: "Like a sea of blood": Louisiana, January 1815 -- Harry Smith: from Autobiography: Reckoning the Loss: Louisiana, January 1815 -- Andrew Jackson to James Monroe: Report on the Battle of New Orleans: Louisiana, January 1815 -- Thomas Jefferson to Marquis de Lafayette: The "Robespierres of Massachusetts": Virginia, February 1815 -- James Madison: Special Message to Congress: The War Ends: Washington, D.C., February 1815 -- National Aegis: "The Peace." : "We have gloriously triumphed!": Massachusetts, February 1815 -- George Prevost: General Order: A Commander's Farewell: Lower Canada, March 1815 -- Lewis Peter Clover: from "Reminiscences of a Dartmoor Prisoner": The Dartmoor Massacre: Devon, England, April 1815 -- John Quincy Adams to William Eustis: An Uncertain Peace: Ealing, England, August 1815 -- James Madison: Seventh Annual Message to Congress: Mr. Madison's War: Washington, D.C., December 1815
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxx, 892 p.
Isbn
9781598531954
Lccn
2011943154
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
1 ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)775418801
  • (OCoLC)ocn775418801
  • 1964257

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