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Canadian Military History: An Overview
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War of 1812
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The Battlefields and Historic Sites Today

Cain, Emily. -- Ghost ships : Hamilton and Scourge : historical treasures from the War of 1812. -- Toronto : Musson; New York : Beaufort Books, 1983. -- 152 p.

Collins, Gilbert. -- Guidebook to the historic sites of the War of 1812. -- Toronto : Dundurn Press, 1998. -- 327 p.

  • Includes sites in the U.S. as well as Canada and has a useful chronology of the war.

Litt, Paul et al. -- Death at Snake Hill : secrets from a War of 1812 cemetery. -- Toronto : Dundurn Press, 1993. -- 158 p. -- (Ontario Heritage Foundation local history series, no. 3)

Malcomson, Robert. -- Burying General Brock : a history of Brock's Monuments. -- [S.l.] : Friends of Fort George, 1996. -- 54 p.

Nelson, Daniel A. -- "Hamilton & Scourge : ghost ships of the War of 1812". -- National geographic. -- Vol. 163, no. 3 (March 1983). -- P. 289-311

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