The War of 1812: A Forgotten Conflict

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University of Illinois Press, 1989 - History - 457 pages
"Most histories of the War of 1812 focus on one or two aspects of the war -- usually the military campaigns and naval engagements. In this new general history, based on twenty years of research in a broad range of sources, Donald Hickey explores the military, political, diplomatic, economic, social, and financial history of our second war with Great Britain"--Inside cover.
 

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Contents

Preface
7
Introduction
8
The Road to War 18011812
11
2The Declaration of
29
3The Baltimore Riots
52
4The Campaign of 1812
73
5Raising Men and Money
100
6The Campaign of 1813
133
10The Hartford Convention
255
11The Treaty of Ghent 29 52
281
Conclusion
300
A Note on Sources
317
Notes
323
Index
441
159
443
182
445

7The Last Embargo
159
8The British Counteroffensive
182
9The Crisis of 1814
223

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Donald R. Hickey, a professor of history at Nebraska's Wayne State College, is the author of "The War of 1812: A Forgotten Conflict,

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