1 edition of The invasion of Canada found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ronald J. Dale|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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The Invasion of Canada Battles of the War of (Book): Dale, Ronald J.: On J , the United States declared war on Great Britain--the most powerful nation in the world. Britain was in the midst of a long and perilous struggle with Napoleon's France, convincing President Thomas Jefferson that taking Canada would be a mere matter of marching. RONALD J. DALE is a historian and the Superintendent of Niagara National Historic Sites, including Fort George and Brock's Monument. He is the author of Niagara-on-the-Lake: Its Heritage and Its Festival, The Invasion of Canada: Battles of the War of , and The Fall of New France: How the French lost a North American empire Author: Ronald Dale.
The invasion of Canada, Pierre Berton Snippet view - About the author () Pierre Berton was one of Canada’s most popular and prolific authors. From narrative histories and popular culture, to picture and coffee table books to anthologies, to stories for children to readable, historical works for youth, many of his fifty 4/5(6). The Invasion of Canada, Author Berton, Pierre Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Fine Jacket condition Fine Quantity available 3 Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher McClelland & Stewart Ltd Place of Publication Toronto, Ontario, Canada Date published Pages Book Edition: First Edition.
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Most Americans have very little idea that the United States tried to invade Canada in andburned down Toronto, surrendered an American City (Detroit) and provided Canada with legends of national heroism that they remember to this day.
Consequently, I plunged into this thick book and had a hard time putting it down/5(22). The Invasion of Canada Hardcover – September 6, by Pierre Berton (Author)/5(21).
An exhaustive description of the invasion of Canada between the years and This book was very extensive and detailed, and did a very good job at capturing the characters of various important figures and battles in the War of Maybe it's just me, but I did find it to be a bit long-winded/5.
Most Americans have very little idea that the United States tried to invade Canada in andburned down Toronto, surrendered an American City (Detroit) and provided Canada with legends of national heroism that they remember to this day. Consequently, I plunged into this thick book and had a hard time putting it down/5(21).
The invasion of Canada Hardcover – January 1, by Pierre Berton (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings5/5(4). The Invasion of Canada: Battles of the War of On Jthe United States declared war on Great Britain--the most powerful nation in the world.
Britain was in the midst of a long and perilous struggle with Napoleon's France, convincing President Thomas Jefferson that taking Canada would be "a mere matter of marching."/5. Excerpt from The Invasion of Canada in A journal of the hardships and privations endured by the troops in this expedition was kept by Caleb Haskell, of Newburyport, Mass, a private in Capt.
Ward's company, but was never s: 0. If you’d like both “The Invasion of Canada,” and “Flames Across The Border” in one book, then I highly recommend Berton’s “The War of ,” which is a compendium of the two books in one edition.
Read more. One person /5(22). The Invasion of Canada is also a book by Pierre Berton about the War of ; In approximately United States citizens accidentally crossed the international border on rafts and landed on the Canadian shoreline during the annual Port Huron Float Down event.
News agencies referred to the incident as an "Invasion". The United States’ invasion of Canada years ago went awry from the start.
The United States’ first foray into Canada occurred at the beginning of the American Revolutionary War, when Author: Jesse Greenspan. 96 p.: 24 cm "Ron Dale traces the course of this gruelling two-year conflict, bringing to life people and engagements that have become legendary in Canada: General Brock's stand at Queenston Heights, Tecumseh's death at Moraviantown, Laura Secord's epic trek through the : I thought this was a super book.
I really enjoyed it. The subject being the three-pronged invasion of Canada during the War of They all failed but they should have succeeded and think of all the land we would have gained. Hull's invasion was by: 3.
Indeed, the American offensive began with a land invasion of Canada. Why invade Canada. It was the closest British colony, but Madison also had political reasons for targeting America's northern Author: The Week Staff.
The Invasion of Canada: – is a book by Pierre Berton. War Plan Red first set out a description of Canada's geography, military resources, and transportation and went on to evaluate a series of possible pre-emptive American campaigns to invade Canada in several areas and occupy key ports and railways before British troops could provide reinforcement to the Canadians—the assumption being that Britain would use Canada Location: North America, British West Indies.
Ronald J. Dale is the author of The Invasion of Canada ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), The Fall of New France ( avg rating, /5. The Invasion of Canada: Battles of the War of On Jthe United States declared war on Great Britain--the most powerful nation in the world.
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User lists with this item (1) New Items List (89 items). The invasion of Canada is one of the most engrossing books on history I have ever read.
Ms Berton brings to life the characters, events and atmosphere of a continet on the brink of war. This is achieved by Ms Bertons skillfull blend of historical research and artistic licence, which give even the most uninspred reader of history something to 5/5(5).The Invasion of Canada in Including the Journal of Captain Simeon Thayer, Describing the Perils and Sufferings of the Army Under Colonel Benedict Arnold, in Its March Through the Wilderness to Quebec Collections - Rhode Island Historical Society, v.pt.
Collections / Rhode Island Historical Society ; v. 6, [pt. 1].At the start of the War ofthe U.S. expected to overrun Upper Canada (Ontario) and annex it to the Union—a miscalculation almost as little-known to present-day Americans as it is universally known to Canadians.
""How was it,"" asks Canadian writer Berton, ""that a tiny population, badly divided""—most, indeed, were recent arrivals from the US""was able .