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Media Types    Geographic Location Fort George National Historic Site of Canada   Item type(s) Paintings or Correspondence  
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  • Letter from David Todd to Colonel Proctor, Commanding Officer of the 41st Regiment- 9 Feb 1812
    Letter from David Todd to Colonel Proctor, Commanding Officer of the 41st Regiment- 9 Feb 1812
    text  9 February 1812,     A letter addressed to Colonel Proctor, Commanding Officer of the 41st Regiment at Fort George, Niagara from David Todd, Morris Town County of St. Lawrence on 9 Feb., 1812. Todd asked Colonel Proctor to forward a letter to his nephew.
    text  9 February 1812,   A letter addressed to Colonel Proctor, Commanding Officer of the 41st Regiment at Fort George, Niagara from David Todd, Morris Town County of St. Lawrence on 9 Feb., 1812. Todd ...
    Brock University Archives
    1812 History
  • Letter from John Clark from Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck- Shortage of Men
    Letter from John Clark from Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck- Shortage of Men
    text  3 May 1814,     A letter from John Clark at Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck, 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, in Grantham which discusses the shortage of men at the Fort. It is dated May 3rd 1814 and is scripted in ink on writing paper folded to form an envelope.
    text  3 May 1814,   A letter from John Clark at Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck, 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, in Grantham which discusses the shortage of men at the Fort. ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
  • Letter to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa- September 12th, 1814
    Letter to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa- September 12th, 1814
    text  September 1814,     This letter was written to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa on September 12th, 1814. It states that Leonard was neglecting his post by not being present at Fort George at all times and living too far away. He restates Leonard's ...
    text  September 1814,   This letter was written to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa on September 12th, 1814. It states that Leonard was neglecting ...
    Niagara Historical Society Museum
    1812 History
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