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|War of 1812: 1811-1812|
of Tippecanoe Battle of Tippecanoe, 1811, in which United States troops crushed a
last, desperate Indian uprising, under the Shawnee leader, the Prophet, and his brother,
Heights The American retreat from Queenston Heights in a composite, imagined
with American forces in full withdrawal during the War of 1812.
de Salaberry Charles de Salaberry, victorious Commander at Chateauguay, October
1813, during the War of 1812.
Simcoe The Simcoe off Kingston, September 10, 1812, run aground by her Captain
the American fleet was intercepting her.
of Chateauguay The Battle of Chateauguay, Lower Canada, October 1813, a valuable
defence success in Lower Canada during the War of 1812.
Capture The capture of Michilimackinac, July 1812, in a sudden attack by British
soldiers and fur traders during the War of 1812.
Invasion The American invasion over the Niagara at Queenston, October 1812 in a
rough contemporary sketch of the War of 1812.
Heights-3 Battle of Queenston Heights, Upper Canada, and the death of Sir Isaac
Brock, October, 1812.
Heights-1 British troops charging at Queenston Heights, Upper Canada, October 13,
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