Bold, Brave, and Born to Lead: Major General Isaac Brock and the Canadas

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  • Title Page 3
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Maps 9
  • Acknowledgements 11
  • Preface 13
  • Prologue- July 1810 17
  • Part I 23
  • Chapter One- Guernsey Boyhood 25
  • Chapter Two- Ensign Brock 34
  • Chapter Three- The Regiment, 1791–1798 42
  • Chapter Four- 1799 Holland-1801 Copenhagen 52
  • Part II- Canada 63
  • Chapter Five- First Posting to the Canadas 65
  • Chapter Six- Desertions and Mutiny, 1802–04 76
  • Chapter Seven- Useful Years, 1804–07 90
  • Chapter Eight- Limbo- Montreal and Quebec, 1808–1810 103
  • Part III- Upper Canada 1810–1812 119
  • Chapter Nine- Commander of Forces and Administrator 121
  • Chapter Ten- Michilimackinac, July 1812 135
  • Chapter Eleven- Brock and Tecumseh 152
  • Chapter Twelve- Detroit, August 16, 1812 167
  • Chapter Thirteen- Truce, August-September 1812 182
  • Chapter Fourteen- queenston Heights, October 13, 1812 195
  • Chapter Fifteen- The Legend 209
  • Chapter Sixteen- Views New and Old 222
  • Appendix A- Chronology 237
  • Appendix B- Songs 243
  • Bibliography 248
  • Index 252
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