War of 1812

One of the significant battles of the War of 1812, the Battle of the River Raisin, happened in and around what is now the City of Monroe MI. River Raisin…
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A woman, wearing a spring jacket, reads into a microphone as she holds an American flag. People, War, Michigan, War Of 1812, County Park, Detroit, Grave, Markers, Construction
War of 1812 grave marker dedication ceremony
A War of 1812 historical marker was installed during 2019 in Detroit. Here's a photo gallery. #MichiganHistory #WarOf1812
A man is seated in a small dark canoe, he is paddling away in an inlet of the River Raisin. Design, National Parks, Museums, Base Jumping, Canoe Trip, Whitewater
River Raisin Battlefield presents elm bark canoe
The displays at River Raisin National Battlefield Park include an elm bark canoe made in recent years with methods believed to have been used in the 1700s and 1800s. You'll find photos and a video clip of the boat launch at the link. #WarOf1812 #FindYourPark
Yellow lettering on a dark green historical sign relates a short version of the story of the Hull's Trace log road.
Local history: Hull's Trace was one of early interstate highways
Hull's Trace was a highway in southeast Michigan and northwest Ohio during the early 1800s. Learn about the route, and its military significance, at the link. #WarOf1812 #MichiganHistory
A woman dressed in a striped skirt and black sweater prepares a table showcasing foods known to be enjoyed by French settlers in southeast Michigan during the early 1800s. Traditional, Southeast, American Christmas Traditions, The River, Holiday Traditions, French Christmas Traditions, Battlefield
Joyeux Noël / Battlefield celebrates French Christmas traditions
The River Raisin National Battlefield Park in Monroe, Michigan, tells the story of life in southeast Michigan before and during the War of 1812. The site's Christmas open house is called Joyeux Noël. You'll find photos and a description at the link. #FrenchAmerican #MichiganHistory #WarOf1812 #FindYourPark
Two people stand at the window sill of a log cabin where early 1800s everyday items such as fabric, a drinking mug and a woman's hat are seen. Link, Monroe, Early, Park, Monroe Michigan
Battlefield volunteers / Their work is crucial, but more are needed
River Raisin National Battlefield Park in Monroe, Michigan, was seeking volunteers when this news story was published in early 2022. Learn about that those volunteers do at the link. #CommunityService #FindYourPark #WarOf1812
A line of people dressed as War of 1812 soldiers walk on a snow-covered field. History, Battle, Conflicted
Author: War of 1812 an overlooked historical conflict
One of the significant battles of the War of 1812 took place in and near what is now Monroe, Michigan. Here's a recap of a program that author Walter Borneman gave in Monroe. #MichiganHistory #WarOf1812
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Monroe County history: Remnants of Hull's Trace still visible today
Hull’s Trace was a military road intended to connect Detroit to the Rapids of the Maumee River and Upper Sandusky in Ohio. The Wyandot allowed the new road to pass through their villages in anticipation of the United States agreeing that the Wyandot would retain ownership of their villages. #WarOf1812 #MichiganHistory #WyandotNation
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A significant battle from the War of 1812 is remembered every January at River Raisin National Battlefield Park in Monroe, Michigan. Here's a video of the commemoration events held in January 2020. #FindYourPark #MonroeMichigan #WarOf1812
A woman wearing a black and white skirt and black sweater prepares a table of foods that were prepared with recipes known by, or similar to, those used by French settlers during the early 1800s in southeast Michigan.
Joyeux Noël / Battlefield celebrates French Christmas traditions
The River Raisin National Battlefield Park in Monroe, Michigan, tells the stories of holiday traditions kept by French settlers in the early 1800s who lived in the community.
The war of 1812 was a battle between American and Great Britain. The Americans thought Canada would be an easy target as a British colony. First Nations people teamed together thanks to the leadership of Chief Tecumseh. Read more about Chief Tecumseh, his efforts and his legacy during the war of 1812. Canada, Regency, British, Ottawa, Leadership, Canadian History
Condensed Canadian History: Chief Tecumseh and the War of 1812
The war of 1812 was a battle between American and Great Britain. The Americans thought Canada would be an easy target as a British colony. First Nations people teamed together thanks to the leadership of Chief Tecumseh. Read more about Chief Tecumseh, his efforts and his legacy during the war of 1812.
With stunning re-enactments, evocative animation and the incisive commentary of key experts the PBS documentary, The War of 1812 presents the conflict that forged the destiny of a continent. The Destiny, United States History, History Teachers, History Class, Tv
The War of 1812 | PBS
With stunning re-enactments, evocative animation and the incisive commentary of key experts the PBS documentary, The War of 1812 presents the conflict that forged the destiny of a continent.
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