- War of 1812
- 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.
New York state enlists in War of 1812 efforts
The state has finally agreed to help communities commemorate the War of 1812.
That's a sudden change of mind from two years ago when former Gov. David Paterson, citing the fiscal crunch in the budget, vetoed a proposal to create the War of 1812 Commission to help market and promote the 200th anniversary of what many historians even now describe as "The Forgotten War."
Major-General's death marred British victory at Queenston
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third in a series of articles on the War of 1812 and its impact on the Niagara Frontier. Today: Major-General Isaac Brock’s final battle.
- WAR OF 1812: Major-General Isaac Brock' s bio
Wilson plans War of 1812 'Songs and Stories' concert
The Wilson Historical Society will present a special concert by Dave Ruch on “The War of 1812 — Songs and Stories for New York and Beyond” at 7 p.m. April 23 at the Wilson Historical Society, 645 Lake St.
Why we went to war in 1812
It has been called the “Second War of Independence.”
Yet neither of the major combatants — the Americans nor the British — was initially enthusiastic about waging it.
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