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The Call to Arms: The 1812 Invasions of Upper Canada

by Richard Feltoe

While the War of 1812 saw battles and combat take place in vastly separated locations of the United States and British North America, nowhere was the fighting more intense than in Upper Canada, specifically...


The Tide of War: The 1814 Invasions of Upper Canada

by Richard Feltoe

Throughout 1812 and 1813, Upper Canada had been the principle target for a succession of American invasions and attacks. Fortunately they all had been repulsed, but at a high cost in lives and the devastation...


The Flames of War: The Fight for Upper Canada, July-December 1813

by Richard Feltoe

This third volume in the six-part series Upper Canada Preserved - War of 1812 recounts the dramatic and destructive campaigns in the last six months of 1813 as the Americans continued their remounted attack...


The Flames of War: The Fight for Upper Canada, July-December 1813

by Richard Feltoe

This third volume in the six-part series Upper Canada Preserved - War of 1812 recounts the dramatic and destructive campaigns in the last six months of 1813 as the Americans continued their remounted attack...


Redpath: The History of a Sugar House

by Richard Feltoe

Redpath, today a household name for sugar in Canada, has its roots in the story of an enterprising Scots immigrant, John Redpath.


The Pendulum of War: The Fight for Upper Canada, January-August 1813

by Richard Feltoe

The second of six books in the series Upper Canada Preserved - War of 1812 tells of the events of 1813, such as the U.S. attack on York (today's Toronto), the Battles of Stoney Creek, Fort George, and Beaver...