- War of 1812
- 'Forgotten War' continues on the Niagara Frontier Maj. Gen. Isaac Brock died on the slopes of Queenston Heights last October. The Village of Lewiston has already been torched. And, in case you missed it, the U.S. and Canada started firing at each other on Jan. 1, 2012.
- Monument to honor Tuscaroras moves forward It could have become a forgotten moment in the "forgotten war."
Lewiston's Tuscarora Heroes Monument work continuing as collector's piece is revealed
Sculptor Sue Geissler is hard at work in her Youngstown studio. She's affixing clay to massive molds which will eventually turn into a constant reminder of the past Lewiston will never be able to forget.
- Event brings nearly 200-year-old burning of Lewiston to life Blood-curdling screams pierced the night air. Flames rose to the sky on Lewiston's Center Street. Musket fire and horns signaled the start and end of a battle the likes no one had ever witnessed.
- Lewiston, Ontario step back into the War of 1812 Although the War of 1812 may loom relatively unimportant in America's memory, the Village of Lewiston is taking giant strides this upcoming weekend to relive that too-often ignored chapter in history.
- Preparing for a big battle in Lewiston It's shaping up as one of the biggest historical events held on the Niagara Frontier, an all-out and carefully planned re-enactment of the Battle of Queenston Heights.
- Communities mark 'Declaration of War of 1812'
- Castellani opens War of 1812 Bicentennial exhibition
- SLIDESHOW: War of 1812 Cemetery Remembrance Memorial Day ceremonies at the War of 1812 Cemetery at Fort Niagara State park, sponsored by the Lake Ontario VFW Post #313 in Youngstown.
Sorting out Laura Secord's War of 1812 role
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fourth in a series of articles to mark the War of 1812 bicentennial and the impact of that conflict on the Niagara Frontier.
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