This post will look like a like book review but it is not. Deals with the first major engagement of the war.
Ref; 'A Very Brilliant Affair' by Robert Malcomson. The Battle of Queenston Heights,
Part One. War is declared, 1812
Preparations for War in Washington and Quebec
Part Two. The Summer Campaign June to October 1812
Activities leading up to and the Battle itself, 13 October 1812
Epilogue; "May its effects not be lost upon the rising generation"
Glossary of Terms. A good source of the meaning of terms and phrases used in 1812 Military.
Appendix A. The last words of Isaac Brock
Appendix B. Brock's Monument and Queenston Heights to-day.
Appendix C. thru F. American data [similar to Appendix G-J below]
Appendix G. British Army Personnel involved at Queenston Heights
Appendix H. Upper Canada Militia Personnel involved at Queenston heights
Appendix I. Brock's Army on the Niagara Frontier, October 1812
Appendix J. British Order of Battle, 13 October 1812
Above 4 Appendix G-J contains lists of soldiers by Regiment and Militia Units
and contained in 13 pages. A good source of genealogical info if one has possible
ancestors in this area. British Regiments mentioned are the 41st, 49th and Artillery
Tomorrow 13 Oct 2012 there will be a re-enactment of the battle of Queenston Heights and Sunday 14 Oct there will be a re-enactment of Brock's Funeral and Burial