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Fort George National Historic Site of Canada

The war of 1812

1814

The Campaign of 1814 Battles in the Niagara Region

Campaigns of 1814
Campaign map of the War of 1812 during 1814
© Parks Canada / Gavin Watt

Battles in the Niagara Region during 1814
Battles in the Niagara Region during 1814
© Parks Canada / Gavin Watt

Charts

Some prominent figures of the British Command Structure 1814

Secretary For War and the Colonies Lord Henry Bathurst third Earl of Bathurst

Overall Military Command in the Canadas Lieutenant General Sir George Prevost

Right Division Michilimackinac (area) Centre Division Niagara (area) Burlington Left Division Eastern U.C./Quebec
Captain Charles Roberts later Lieutenant Colonel Robert McDouall Lieutenant General Sir Gordon Drummond Prevost personally took command for a major excursion towards Plattsburg. 2nd in command, (Baron) Major General Francis de Rottenburg
Other Key Figures in the area Other Key Figures in the area Other Key Figures in the area
Brevet Major William McKay
Captain James Basden
Lieutenant Andrew Bulger
Major General Phineas Riall Lieutenant Colonel Hercules Scott.
Major Thomas Buck
Major Generals Thomas Brisbane, Manley Power and Frederick Robinson European war veterans, joined Prevost.
Major General Robert Ross, another veteran from Europe, led the attack on Washington.

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