THE JOURNAL OF THE WAR OF 1812

An International Journal Dedicated to the Last Anglo-American War, 1812-1815

Exciting and Momentous News!

 

  As of Spring 2012, the Journal of the War of 1812, previously a quarterly subscription newsletter published by the War of 1812 Consortium, Inc., and mailed to subscribers, has become a free on-line periodical available to all to celebrate and spread the word on the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and beyond. The throughout Bicentennial of this internationally significant war, Journal, published in Baltimore since 1996, will continue to publish research and the best information on the war and its era. In 2012 we looked for articles by informed researchers on the events on 1812 itself.  Similarly, throughout 2013, 2014, and 2015 we will publish articles and information as we mark and discuss the 200-year anniversary of the stirring events of the war, to examine closely each battle and the people who fought or were affected by the conflict.

 

Americans need to know that the War of 1812 finally established the United States as a sovereign nation free of the domination of the mother country, as the United States claimed a new national identity as we finally rid ourselves of British interference in our affairs.

  Look for new pdf copies of the Journal this year and in the upcoming years, available for download and printing as desired.  In addition to the upcoming issues, pdf copies of the published printed issues from the past several years can also be downloaded. We will continue to offer copies of the available printed issues, available for purchase by mail.   Visit the Journal of the War of 1812 website.

  

Editor and President Chris George

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter 2009


What Was the British Perspective on the War?
Cartels, Hostages and Reprisals, Part II
Honoring the Veterans of the War
Visit 1812: Sacketts Harbor

Features: Northern New York; Benjamin Forsyth; Pennsylvania Mobilization; Chronology; News You Use; and More...

Fall 2008

Cartels, Hostages and Reprisals, Part I
Before the Battle of Horseshoe Bend: Part III
Christmas in the War of 1812
Visit 1812: General Winfield Scott HouseWho is the American John Richardson?
Features: Lake Champlain Document; Chronology;
News You Use; and More...

Who is the American John Richardson?
Features: Lake Champlain Document; Chronology;

 

Summer 2008

​The Summer of Events:
Fourteen Historical Excursions
Massachusetts in the War of 1812
The Patriot War: Part II
Visit 1812: “Old Ironsides” and the USS Constitution Museum

Visit 1812: “Old Ironsides” and the USS Constitution Museum
Twelfth National War of 1812 Symposium (Details Inside)
USS Constitution vs. HMS Guerrière

Before the Battle of Horseshoe Bend: Part II
Features: The Trail and the Ale; Publisher's Profile; Chronology; News You Use;

Spring 2008

​Highlights of the Renewal Issue:
The Patriot War: The Origins of Uncle Sam
Was it really a “Florida Fiasco”?
Visit 1812: Historic Fort Norfolk

The Main Gate at Fort Norfolk, Virginia
Before the Battle of Horseshoe Bend:
A New Look at the Creek War
New Features: Role of the States; Publisher's Profile; Chronology;
News You Use; and More...

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