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War of 1812 Trails

This site contains Links to Comprehensive Web Sites dedicated to the War of 1812 which have been created by historical institutions and organizations

For a Listing with photos and info. on more than 500 War of 1812 Markers in Canada and the United States

CONNECTICUTT

War Memorial Bethleham, Connecticutt honoring: Dedicated to the men of Bethlehem who by their devotion and loyalty preserved our country in the War of 1812

Allen, James • Baldwin, Amos • Barnum, Eli • Beebe, Issac • Beecher, Lyman • Burton, Oliver • Coe, Daniel • Church, Samuel • Canfield, Austin • Fairfield, David • French, Ezra • Frisbie, Benjamin • Gibbs, Spencer • Hannah, George • Hine, Austin • Hine, Elijah • Hubbell, Talman • Hyde, Abijah • Jackson, Levi • Kasson, Adam C. • Kimball, Horace • Kimball, Horatio • Knapp, Seymour • Levenworth, Philo • Lewis, Jabez • Luddington, Fred • Lum, Austin • Munger, Harmon • Price, Sheldon • Seeley, Freeman • Seymour, John N. • Skidmore, James B. • Smith, John • Steele, Joseph • Stevens, Jeremiah • Stone, Norman • Williams, William R. • Wilcox, Linus
 
Erected 1987 by the Citizens of the Town of Bethlehem Click

See also Historic Buildings site Connecticutt. Many Connecticutt coastal towns were attacked during the War of 1812 by British Raiding Partie that came ashore and carried off cattle and just about anything that was not nailed down. Connecticutt Governor John Cotton Smith refused to allow Connecticutt militia to serve outside of the state of Connecticutt because they were needed to defend Connecticutt's coast. Six thousand Connecticutt militia did participate in the defense of New London.


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MARYLAND

Fort McHenry Baltimore Click

The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House Click

MICHIGAN "Remember the Raisin" Battle and National Park Click

 

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