War of 1812

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War of 1812

For some of the best resources on the War of 1812, please consult:

Zig Misiak
Chairperson
Brantford Brant War of 1812
Bicentennial Commemoration Steering Committee

Real Peoples History
Featuring the Six Nations Iroquois Program Teachers Resource Guide http://www.realpeopleshistory.com

Learn about the educational book "Western Hooves of Thunder"
War of 1812McArthurs Raid against the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory & adjacent counties, 1814.
http://www.warof1812rph.com



25 Facts You Should Know About the War of 1812

The following are the most important facts about the War of 1812 that teachers should share with their students.

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