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Date > 1800

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Sir Wilfrid Laurier National Historic Site of Canada: End of a Long Reign

Type: Document

Wilfrid Laurier's penchant for compromise allowed him to remain in power for 15 years, earning him the nickname of the "Great Conciliator". But in 1911, this talent proved inadequate to the task of winning elections.

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1815 Original Documents

Type: Document

A guarded peace was reached between the British forces and the United States after the War of 1812. This agreement, signed on April 29, 1817, by President James Monroe and Secretary of State John Quincy Adams, discusses the number of ships and how they were to be armed.

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Campaign of 1814 Battles in the Niagara Region

Type: Document

This is the main page for all charts for the 1814 campaign of the War of 1812, indicating command structure and battles . The first chart is linked to the same page and appears under coloured battle maps for 1814.

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Chart - Naval Campaigns 1813

Type: Document

This chart provides a calendar of naval battles between British and American forces off the coast of North America in 1813.

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Fort Lennox National Historic Site of Canada: War of 1812 and the Naval Shipyard

Type: Document

A description of the role of the British naval shipyard at Île aux Noix during the War of 1812.

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Chart - Naval Campaigns 1814

Type: Document

Naval battles between British and American forces off the coast of North America in the year 1814 are charted here.

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