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Chronology of events for the War of 1812. Wikipedia

  • List of War of 1812 battles

    List of War of 1812 battles, organized chronologically and by the theater in which they occurred. Fought in four major theaters: the Atlantic Coast, the Canada–US border, the Gulf Coast, and the American West. Wikipedia

  • The War of 1812 Bicentennial were a series of events to commemorate the War of 1812 in Canada and the United States during the war's bicentenary, 2012-2015. List of planned commemorations and organizations. Wikipedia

  • Chronologically ordered list of events and issues which historians recognize as origins and causes of the American Civil War. These events are roughly divided into two periods: the first encompasses the gradual build-up over many decades of the numerous social, economic, and political issues that ultimately contributed to the war's outbreak, and the second encompasses the five-month span following the election of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States in 1860 and culminating in the capture of Fort Sumter in April 1861. Wikipedia

  • French invasion of Russia

    "Patriotic War of 1812" redirects here. Not to be confused with the "Great Patriotic War", the Russian name for the Eastern European Front of World War II, or with the Anglo-American War of 1812. Wikipedia

  • USS Peacock (1813)

    Sloop-of-war in the United States Navy during the War of 1812. Authorized by Act of Congress 3 March 1813, laid down 9 July 1813, by Adam and Noah Brown at the New York Navy Yard, and launched 19 September 1813. Wikipedia

  • Opposition to the War of 1812 in Britain

    Unpopular in Britain even before war was declared. Not in favour of the war due to economic and moral reasons, but the government continued the war as part of their war against Napoleon. Wikipedia

  • American non-profit corporation and charitable organization of male descendants of American veterans of the War of 1812. Founded on January 9, 1854, at the Congress Hall in Philadelphia by Joel B. Sutherland. Wikipedia

  • USS Oneida (1809)

    Brig of war in the United States Navy during the War of 1812. Built at Oswego, New York 1808–1809, under contract awarded by her first commanding officer, Lieutenant M. T. Woolsey, to Henry Eckford and Christian Bergh. Wikipedia

  • Events from the year 1812 in the United Kingdom. Still involved in the Napoleonic Wars with France and its attempts to stop French trade lead to the War of 1812 with the United States. Wikipedia

  • National Society United States Daughters of 1812

    Association of female descendants of veterans of the War of 1812. Established on January 8, 1892 as the United States Daughters of 1812 in New York City. Wikipedia

  • General Armstrong

    American brig built for privateering in the Atlantic Ocean theater of the War of 1812. Named for Brigadier General John Armstrong, Sr., who fought in the American Revolutionary War. Wikipedia

  • HMS Endymion (1797)

    40-gun fifth rate that served in the French Revolutionary Wars, the Napoleonic Wars, the War of 1812 and during the First Opium War. Built to the lines of the French prize captured in 1794. Wikipedia

  • Major hurricane that struck New Orleans, Louisiana, during the War of 1812. The worst storm of the early history of New Orleans and was very likely the hurricane which made the closest landfall known to affect the city. Wikipedia

  • Officer in the United States Marine Corps during the War of 1812. Also the first Marine Corps officer to be killed in combat. Wikipedia

  • James Winchester

    Officer in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783) and a brigadier general during the War of 1812 (1812–1815). He commanded the American forces at the Battle of Frenchtown, which led to the Massacre of the River Raisin. Wikipedia

  • War of 1812

    Conflict fought between the United States and its allies, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and its dependent colonies in North America and indigenous allies. Ratified by the United States in February 1815. Wikipedia

  • Kentucky in the War of 1812

    During the War of 1812, Kentucky supplied numerous troops and supplies to the war effort. Because Kentucky did not have to commit manpower to defending fortifications, most Kentucky troops campaigned actively against the enemy. Wikipedia

  • Schooner in the United States Navy during the War of 1812. Captured at the onset of the war by armed boats looking for violators of President James Madison's embargo of trade with the British. Wikipedia

  • Skirmish at Farnham Church

    Engagement during the War of 1812. The British bombarded North Farnham Church and assaulted the church on land. Wikipedia

  • General in the United States Army during the War of 1812. One of the few officers who served in both the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Wikipedia

  • Battle of St. Michaels

    Battle during the War of 1812. Similar to the Battle of Craney Island a month earlier, American militia units were able to repulse a British landing attempt in the Chesapeake Bay. Wikipedia

  • Canadian Voltigeurs

    The Canadian Voltigeurs were a light infantry unit, raised in Lower Canada (the present-day Province of Quebec) in 1812, that fought in the War of 1812 between Britain and the United States. As war with the United States threatened, on 15 April 1812 Sir George Prevost, the Governor General of Canada, authorised the enlistment of a Provincial Corps of Light Infantry under Lieutenant Colonel Charles de Salaberry, to serve during war or the "apprehension of war". Wikipedia

  • 1812 in the United States

    Partial list of events from the year 1812 in the United States. After years of increasing tensions, the United States declares war on the British Empire, starting the War of 1812. Wikipedia

  • Working American reproduction of the historical Friends Good Will , a merchant square-rigged topsail sloop that was overtaken by the events of the War of 1812. The British captured her in a ruse of war shortly after they captured Fort Mackinac, and renamed her. Wikipedia

  • John Smith (naval officer)

    United States Navy officer, who served during the First Barbary War and later in the War of 1812. He commanded USS Vixen, USS Syren, USS Wasp, USS Essex, USS Congress, and USS Franklin. Wikipedia

  • USS Alligator (1813)

    Sloop in the United States Navy during the War of 1812. The U.S. Navy purchased Alligator in 1813 (or 1812 ) at New Orleans, Louisiana. Wikipedia

  • Fort Shelby (Michigan)

    Military fort in Detroit, Michigan that played a significant role in the War of 1812. Built by the British in 1779 as Fort Lernoult, and was ceded to the United States by the Jay Treaty in 1796. Wikipedia

  • Battle of Mackinac Island (1814)

    British victory in the War of 1812. Important American trading post in the straits between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Wikipedia

  • Josiah Tattnall

    Officer in the United States Navy during the War of 1812, the Second Barbary War and the Mexican–American War. He later served in the Confederate Navy during the American Civil War. Wikipedia

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