Canadian Military History Gateway
Date > 1800
Subject > Armed Forces > Land Forces
Organization > Parks Canada
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.
While it is called the War of 1812, many battles, raids, and skirmishes occurred in 1814. This time-line presents a brief description of the events of 1814 and the forces that were involved in both land and sea confrontations.
This site provides a brief background of the events leading up to the Battle of Chateauguay. The body of the text is comprised of a chronology of battlefield positions and movements during the battle. Maps are provided to help the user better picture the action.
This chart provides a calendar of the land battles, raids, and skirmishes that occurred along the Canadian/American border in 1813.
During the Campaign of 1814, British military influence increased and native influence decreased. Even with this increased presence, British control at the mouth of the Niagara was threatened by a more disciplined American army.
The land battles, raids, and skirmishes that occurred along the Canadian/American border in the year 1814 are listed month by month on this chart.
Map of land operations during the War of 1812. British and American victories are located on this map.