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  • 1812: War with America iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents xi
  • Maps and Illustrations xiii
  • Note on Place-Names and Currency xv
  • 1812 xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: “canada! Canada! Canada!” 13
  • 2: Soldiers, Sailors, Immigrants, and Indians 35
  • 3: Brock—saviour of Canada 60
  • 4: Frigates and Privateers 84
  • 5: Winter on the Lakes 107
  • 6: Spring on the Frontier 128
  • 7: Raids and Blockades 150
  • 8: Tecumseh's Tragedy 174
  • 9: Crysler's Farm 195
  • 10: Drummonc's Winter Offensive 217
  • 11: Atlantic and Pacific 238
  • 12: The Far Northwest 258
  • 13: The Niagara Frontier 277
  • 14: Burning the White House 301
  • 15: Baltimore and Fort Erie 323
  • 16: Plattsburgh 345
  • 17: New Orleans 369
  • 18: The Peace of Christmas Eve 389
  • Abbreviations 411
  • Notes 414
  • Select Bibliography 557
  • Index 615
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