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Battle of Queenston Heights Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1954-163-1

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Johnson's Mounted Men charging a party of British Artillerists and Indians at the Battle fought near Moraviantown October 2nd 1813.

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Labrador Inuit Family Engraving, ca. 1812

The warriors from the small. Mohawk community at Tyendinaga near Kingston, although few in numbers, participated in much fighting during the War of 1812,

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A documentary being aired Monday ahead of next year's bicentennial of the War of 1812 puts a different spin on the enduring debate over who won the historic ...

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Robert Nahanee, a member of the Squamish First Nation, talks about First Nations contributions to the military during a National Aboriginal Veterans Day ...

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An Indian in the Canadian Forestry Corps By the era of the Great War, military service simultaneously provided the Aboriginal

Map showing the territory of the Americans, British, Native Americans and Canadians in 1812

Is your family's story in the War of 1812 Pension Records?

Since the settlers basically just invaded and stole the land away from the indigenous peoples, the aboriginals fought to try and keep their traditional ...

Steven Ross, grand chief of the Saskatchewan First Nations Veterans Association, said there is a separate day for Indigenous veterans because of the ...

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A plaque honouring the contributions made by the Six Nations during the War of 1812. The Six Nations include Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Tuscarora and ...

MN-S President Robert Doucette and Treasurer Louis Gardiner accept War of 1812 banner and medal from Prime Minister Harper and Governor General Johnston

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Together, British troops, First Nations, and Canadian volunteers defeated an American invasion in 1812-14

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The Battle of Queenston Heights on October 13, 1812 served as an extraordinary expression of historic alliances that extended back generations and marked an ...

Capture of the American Frigate Chesapeake by HMS Shannon Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1970-188-1158, W.H. Coverdale Collection of Canadiana

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The Meeting of Brock and Tecumseh

MNO President Gary Lipinski and MNOVC President Joseph Paquette accept War of 1812 banner and medal from Prime Minister Harper and Governor General Johnston

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... the hanging of Louis Riel, and the death of Tecumseh during the War of 1812. Each month begins with the name of the month in an Aboriginal language.

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... 340-kilogram brass statue of First Nations war captain John Brant, who played an important in defeating invading Americans in the War of 1812.

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Whitecap Dakota First Nation signed a framework agreement with the Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and northern Affairs that will lay the ...

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... Sergeant Tommy Prince (right), Military Medal (M.M.), 1st Canadian Parachute ...

Odawa warrior during the War of 1812

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Governor General David Johnston (right) present a commemorative Medal of the War of 1812 and a banner to Chief Isidor Day ...

Sergeant Moogly Tetrault-Hamel holds the Eagle Staff on Remembrance Day.

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Interactive Map of Historic Treaties and Treaty First Nations in Canada

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Powhatan village of Secoton

Tecumseh Credit: Benson John Lossings, c. 1868. During the War of 1812 ...

Battle of Queenston Heights Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1954-163-1

First Nations in the War of 1812

Six Nations Warriors War of 1812

5) Death of Tecumseh Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1970-188-1431 W.H. Coverdale Collection of Canadiana

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2) Battle of Queenston Heights Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1954-153-1

Native Memoirs from the War of 1812: Black Hawk and William Apess: Carl Benn PH.D.: 9781421412191: Books - Amazon.ca

The Battle of New Orleans, by Moran

Tecumseh

Chief Oshawana (John Naudee) From Walpole Island on Lake St. Claire, Oshawana. Native ...

107th Battalion, "A" Company, Subalterns Lower left: Lieut. O.M. Martin, Upper right: Lieut. J.D. Moses John Moses Collection

Tecumseh, the Creek War, and the War of 1812[edit]

General Brock, War of 1812

Niagara Operation

Labrador Inuit Family Engraving, ca. 1812

Joe Crow Chief and Nick King, near Fort Macleod, Alberta 1918. Glenbow Archives, NC-10-48

The warriors from the small. Mohawk community at Tyendinaga near Kingston, although few in numbers, participated in much fighting during the War of 1812,

Indigenous contributions to the War of 1812

Stone Eater was a Wea Miami war chief in the 18th century. He joined the · Native ...

Johnson's Mounted Men charging a party of British Artillerists and Indians at the Battle fought near Moraviantown October 2nd 1813.

A documentary being aired Monday ahead of next year's bicentennial of the War of 1812 puts a different spin on the enduring debate over who won the historic ...

Recruitment of Aboriginal Soldiers

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Most requested. First Nations in Canada ...

War of 1812. From Wikipedia ...

Most requested

Indigenous Peoples and Government Policy in Canada - The Canadian Encyclopedia

Robert Nahanee, a member of the Squamish First Nation, talks about First Nations contributions to the military during a National Aboriginal Veterans Day ...

Techumseh, Shawnee Warrior, courtesy of Canadian Heritage

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Chief Oshawana

Man holding a riffle with two families standing behind him

The Battle of Tippecanoe

Captain Melanie Parker (right), the aide de camp for the Commander of Joint

Guernsey Museums & Galleries

Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea)

An Indian in the Canadian Forestry Corps By the era of the Great War, military service simultaneously provided the Aboriginal

Update - National Aboriginal Day: Celebrating Indigenous Cultures, Heritage and Achievements - HillNotes

Native Memoirs from the War of 1812: Black Hawk and William Apess: Carl Benn PH.D.: 9781421412191: Books - Amazon.ca

Steven Ross, grand chief of the Saskatchewan First Nations Veterans Association, said there is a separate day for Indigenous veterans because of the ...

Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service (WRCNS)

Ahyouwaighs, Chief of the Six-Nations (John Brant). Joseph BrantSix Nations War Of 1812The JohnThe IndiansWoodland IndiansNative ...

MN-S President Robert Doucette and Treasurer Louis Gardiner accept War of 1812 banner and medal from Prime Minister Harper and Governor General Johnston

Map showing the territory of the Americans, British, Native Americans and Canadians in 1812

A plaque honouring the contributions made by the Six Nations during the War of 1812. The Six Nations include Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Tuscarora and ...

Is your family's story in the War of 1812 Pension Records?

Portraits by Robert Carter

Truganini was a defiant, strong and enduring individual even to her last breath. She is a symbol of the survival of the Tasmanian Aboriginals and her life ...

MMF representatives Randy Ranville and Donna Ranville accept War of 1812 banner and medal from Prime Minister Harper and Governor General Johnston

War of 1812 ceremony

Together, British troops, First Nations, and Canadian volunteers defeated an American invasion in 1812-14

MNO President Gary Lipinski and MNOVC President Joseph Paquette accept War of 1812 banner and medal from Prime Minister Harper and Governor General Johnston

Together, British troops, First Nations, and Canadian volunteers defeated an American invasion in 1812-14

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... Aboriginals' contributions to the War of 1812. Six Nations Historical Documents - Brantford Public Library Digital Archives

The Meeting of Brock and Tecumseh

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... Heroes Kit #0903 · Aboriginal Contributions ...

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Aboriginals and the War

Artist's depiction of Laura Secord with British soldiers.

The Battle of Queenston Heights on October 13, 1812 served as an extraordinary expression of historic alliances that extended back generations and marked an ...

Tsilhqot'in Nation v. British Columbia

In June, Canadians celebrate National Aboriginal History Month, an opportunity to honour the heritage, contributions and cultures of Indigenous peoples in ...

Standing beside his creation, Raymond Skye, the Indigenous artist responsible for the Landscape of Nations Memorial at Queenston Heights, talks a bit about ...

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Andy Everson Andy Everson, K'ómoks First Nation, is an artist on the northwest coast of Canada, in British Columbia. Besides creating much of the artwork ...

Michilimackinack, on Lake Huron Fort Mackinac The Native American War of 1812 began when Native Americans joined British regulars and Canadians in capturing ...

... 340-kilogram brass statue of First Nations war captain John Brant, who played an important in defeating invading Americans in the War of 1812.

Odawa warrior during the War of 1812

Image - shop_warof1812.jpg

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Governor General David Johnston (right) present a commemorative Medal of the War of 1812 and a banner to Chief Isidor Day ...

Aboriginal War Veterans monument

20th century[edit]

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“Battle of the Thames” (Moraviantown), Emmons

(Please note that the grade levels indicated on the covers of these books are not in alignment with our BC grades; the concepts align with middle/secondary ...

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Spiked War Club. Native ...

Native Memoirs from the War of 1812: Black Hawk and William Apess: Carl Benn PH.D.: 9781421412191: Books - Amazon.ca

Powhatan village of Secoton

In Niagara there is a long and rich history of Indigenous people worth highlighting. Understanding, education and open-mindedness, ...

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