J. W. Fortescue The battles that defined North America
Among British Army historians the reputation of Sir John Fortescue stands virtually without equal. His comprehensive fourteen volume history is a work of unpa..
Linai T. Helm & J. Seymour Currey The Potawatomi Indians & the U. S. Army During the War of 1812—The Fort Dearborn Massacre by Linai T. Helm and The Story of Old Fort Dearborn (extract) Massacre in Illinois during the War of 1812
Fort Dearborn was a frontier outpost in Illinois Territory where the city of Chicago now stands. The early history of the United States of America was of..
William Atherton, Elias Darnell & E. A. Cruikshank Three Accounts of the Disastrous Michigan Campaign During the War of 1812 Narrative of the Suffering & Defeat of the North-Western Army Under General Winchester
by William Atherton
by Elias Darnell
Harrison and Procter: The River Raisin
by E. A. Cruik..
George C. Eggleston Red Sticks, White Sticks and the war in Alabama
The Creek Indian War, also known as the Red Stick War, took place between 1813-1814 and has been considered by many historians as part of the War of ..
Harry Smith and William Surtees The Experiences of Two Soldiers During the War of 1812 With
Accompanying Histories of the Campaign and Regiment in the Period by Eric Sheppard and William Cope
Rifle green to America
Relations between the British Empire and its former—rebellious—..
A. B. Ellis An elite regiment from the Caribbean
This is an excellent regiment history of a British colonial force raised in the West Indies among the coloured population whose ancestors had in former times be..
Zachary F. Smith A great victory and humiliating defeat
The War of 1812 , fought between the emergent United States of America and its former master Britain was a scrappy indecisive affair in which both sides could..
A. T. Mahan A History of the Maritime Conflict—Volume 1 A great sea war between Britain and the United States of America
The focus of most of the Western world was upon the great wars between Revolutionary France and latterly the First Empire of the Emp..
A. T. Mahan A History of the Maritime Conflict—Volume 2 The second volume about the sea war between the old and new world
The focus of most of the Western world was upon the great wars between Revolutionary France and latterly the First Empire of the Em..
John H. Cooke The Experiences of an Officer of the 43rd Light Infantry in America During the War of 1812 A Leonaur original--never before in print
The further military adventures of an officer of the 'Light Bobs'
Readers who enjoyed John Cooke's experiences of his time serving with Wellington's Lig..
John S. Cooper Experiences in the 7th (Royal) Fusiliers During the Peninsular Campaign of the Napoleonic Wars and the American Campaign to New Orleans John Cooper enlisted as a soldier and was from a family of soldiers. In the Peninsular he often met his brother, who served in another regiment. John was clearly a good soldier, because he rose steadi..
G. R. Gleig The burning of Washington & the battle of New Orleans, 1814, Through the eyes of a young British soldier This is an account of a young Subaltern of the British Army in Southern France at the time of Napoleon’s abdication, who finds himself celebrating the end of hostilities in a way that belies his true ..