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Setting The Stage
The War Of 1812

The Battles
at Frenchtown

Soldiers Fare

Lacroixs Company
1812 History

Lacroix's Company
Today - Membership

Soldiers Uniforms
Clothing of the Period

Artillery

River Raisin Battlefield
Visitors Center

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River Raisin Battlefield

Areas Of Interest

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Biographies of Battle
Participants

 

Monroe County Visitor Information
Official Visitor Information site for Monroe County Michigan

Napoleon Series
Acknowledging the extraordinary talents of the man who defined an age (1789-1821) and the remarkable men and women who peopled and shaped it, the Napoleon Series seeks to promote the continued, scholarly exploration of that age.  The Napoleon Series is dedicated to the free exchange of ideas and information with good will, intellectual integrity, and respect for divergent perspectives, journeying in international fellowship to probe and illuminate the history of an era whose reverberations still echo today.                   Robert Burnham, Editor-in-Chief

Kentucky Department of Library's and Archives

 

eMonroe - Your Online Community Connection
Emerciv makes it easy to share and sort through local news, events, and culture.

Businesses and Non-profit Organizations can use Emerciv to coordinate and share information of relevance, reflecting and enhancing the community.

Emerciv is currently in beta form. Many new features will be rolled out in the weeks and months to come.

War of 1812.net
I have the honor to communicate to your Lordship, that on the night of the 24 th inst. After defeating the army of the United States that day, the troops under my command entered and took possession of the city of Washington. It was determined between Sir A. Cochrane and myself, to disembark the army at the village of Nenedict......

Historic Monroe Homes
As a historic home owner and a member of the Old Village Plat Neighborhood Association and a past member of the City of Monroe Historic District Commission I have intimate knowledge of historic homes. In addition to a person for historic homes and the preservation, I am a Certified Negotiation Specialist.......

Fort Meigs
Fort Meigs is a War of 1812 battlefield located in Perrysburg, Ohio. A reconstructed fort and museum help bring history alive. Fort Meigs is one of 60 sites owned and operated by the Ohio Historical Society. Along with school tours and interactive displays, a number of  reenactments and special events take place here throughout the summer. Dedicated staff and volunteers allow Fort Meigs to bring fun and education to hundreds of visitors each year.

Historic Fort Wayne Coalition
Our group is dedicated to preserving the history of Michigan men and women who served their country between 1845 and 1973 who either sent material to or personally passed through Historic Fort Wayne as a place of induction to United States military service.  We are busy helping the Fortís caretakers, the City of Detroit Recreation Department with this effort in two major ways.  First, we are active in presenting high quality events that provide ways for the public to enjoy Historic Fort Wayne and see glimpses or how it would have looked when it was garrisoned.  We are also very busy in the effort of preserving and restoring as much of the structures and facilities as possible on the Fort grounds.

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Kentucky National Guard eMuseum
Paying tribute to all those who served and all those who perished in the service of Kentucky and the Nation.

Welcome to the Kentucky National Guard eMuseum. This is a history of the Kentucky National Guard, a military institution whose existence predates the United States itself.

 

WELCOME TO THE WAR OF 1812 HERITAGE TRAIL!
Explore the War and a Whole Lot More!

Hear the roar of the cannon and crack of muskets as you relive
the War of 1812!

Experience the fight for control of the Old Northwest when you visit the War of 1812 International Heritage Trail.

Kentucky in the War of 1812
Following the 1813 Battle of River Raisin near present day Monroe Michigan, a battle flag was captured from Kentucky soldiers by the British army. There is sparse historical documentation of the origin and or longevity of this flag. How long did it exist before it's capture? Was this flag still in use for the duration of the 1812 war and beyond? If there is a certainty, it is that this is a very rare example of an early military flag carried to battle by volunteer Kentuckians when their state was still in its infancy. read more

Tourism Department Amherstburg Ontario
Our site provides a thorough history of the War of 1812 in Amherstburg, which includes an interactive map with quick links to landmarks in town. It also outlines local events regarding the war, among other things.

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