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Authors: Wait, Eugene M. 
Book Description:
America and the War of 1812 is a complete account of the war of 1812 in American history, with due attention to naval battles as well as land battles. It begins with the background of the war in interesting detail and covers the war itself for the majority of the book. Besides military events the book tells of the people and events of domestic matters, particularly in relation to the war. Military actions are clearly given. As befitting the first of a series on Lincoln and his times the book gives information on the Family, birth and childhood of Lincoln in the period with information on Kentucky and the frontier. The author's narrative tells the reasons for the war being a difficult one. Unlike any general book on the war it gives all of the pertinent naval actions. The book introduces Andrew Jackson and other commanders on land and sea and the Cherokees and other Indians. Details of victories and defeats and the taking of Washington are covered.

Table of Contents:
Contents: Chapter I: The Jeffersonians; Chapter II: Madison; Chapter III: Frontier America; Chapter IV: The Nation; Chapter V: People; Chapter VI: War Hawks; Chapter VII: The Year 1811; Chapter VIII: Danger; Chapter IX: Causes of War; Chapter X: The Road to War; Chapter XI: War; Chapter XII: Canada; Chapter XIII: Detroit; Chapter XIV: Isaac Hull; Chapter XV: Military Action; Chapter XVI: Zachary Taylor; Chapter XVII Queenston; Chapter XVIII: America at War; Chapter XIX: Politics and Warfare; Chapter XX Sailor and Soldiers; Chapter XXI: Dearborn; Chapter XXII: Under Orders; Chapter XXIII: Battle of (L)Ake Eire; Chapter XXIV: End of the Year; Chapter XXV: The Year of 1814; Chapter XXVI: Washington; Chapter XXVII: The American Soldier at work; Chapter XXVIII: More Fighting; Chapter XXIX: New Orleans; Chapter XXX: Peace; Chapter XXXI: Peacetime; Chapter XXXII: The Western Country; Chapter XXXIII: Busy Americans; Chapter XXIV: Matters of Peace

   Binding: Hardcover
   ISBN: 1-56072-644-X
   Status: AV
  
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