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Journal of an American prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the war of 1812

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ContributionsFairchild, G. M. 1854-1912, ed.
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LC ClassificationsE362 .R46
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Pagination32 p.
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Open LibraryOL6583954M
LC Control Number16002292
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Journal of An American Prisoner At Fort Malden and Quebec in the War of Edited by G. Fairchild, jr. Author of "From My Quebec Scrap Book," "Gleanings from Quebec," "A Ridiculous Courting," "A Winter Carnival," etc.

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Fort Malden, formally known as Fort Amherstburg, is a defence fortification located in Amherstburg, Ontario. It was built in by Britain in order to ensure the security of British North America against any potential threat of American Invasion.

Throughout its history, it is most known for its military application during the War of as Location: Amherstburg, Ontario Canada.

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Jackson and the generals of the War of Journal of an American prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the war of Journal of events principally on the Detroit and Niagara frontiers during the War of Journal of William K.

Beall., July-August, Kentucky volunteers and regulars, The Robert Lucas Journal of the War of Edited by John C. Parish. Iowa City: The Iowa State Historical Society, EL93 • Reynolds, James. Journal of an American Prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the War of Edited by G.M.

Fairchild, Jr. Quebec: Private print by F. Carrel, limited, ER Journal of an American prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the war of ; copies privately printed.

"Although the author's name is not attached to the journal, it bears unmistakable evidence of having been written by surgeon's mate James Reynolds, who. An authentick history of the late war between the united states and great britain by Paris M.

Davis. On the 7th July [] an order was issued from the Department of State of the United States requiring all British subjects to register their names, ages, places of residence, persons composing their families, &c.

at the office of the Marshal of the United States, for the district in. Journal of an American prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the War of by Fairchild, G. (George Moore), series: Unknown first.

Reynolds, James fl Journal of An American Prisoner At Fort Malden and Quebec in the War of Edited by G.M. Fairchild, Jr. Quebec: Privately Printed by Frank Carrel, #76 of 32 TPL R R CESW. Richardson, Major John The Canadian Brothers; or, The Prophecy Fulfilled in Two Volumes.[A Sequel to Wacousta].

War Of Chronicles Excerpts from a Journal of an American Prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the War of [August] from Niagara, and who was with Gen. Brock at the taking of Detroit, Augmany of the items in the American Prisoner's Journal are corroborated." [Source] McGaw's in Grimsby.

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Blackett Robinson, [11] Amherstburg Bicentennial Book : Colin Redner. The book containing this journal is an ordinary pocket memorandum or account book measuring 6 x 4¼ inches and covered with split calf.

The journal opens the day of the author's capture, and closes on the day he receives orders at Quebec to prepare to leave for Boston. The book containing this journal is an ordinary pocket memorandum or account book measuring 6 x 4¼ inches and covered with split calf.

The journal opens the day of the author's capture, and closes on the day he receives orders at Quebec to prepare to leave for Boston. The author's name is nowhere to be found in the book, and several pages at the beginning have been cut. I read this prisoner's journal from the War of He was held at Fort Malden (Amherstburg, Ont.) at first, then in Quebec.

It is not too long, and it is a free download. Fairchild, G. M., Jr., ed. Journal of an American Prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the War of Quebec: privately printed, Farmer, Laurence. "The Early Directors of the Medical Services of the American Revolutionary Army." Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 36 (): Fay, Herman Allen.Quotes by James Reynolds “Women deprived of decency are the damdest creatures that ever were borned.” ― James Reynolds, Journal of an American Prisoner at Fort Malden and Quebec in the War of /5.Loyalists and the War of Fort Malden was a major source of weapons and supplies for the natives loyal to the crown.

He was held as a prisoner of war by the American Continental Army. James came to Canada in rejoining the Kings Loyal Americans (KLA) until The record for the KLA notes he was included with the return of.