The Fort La Présentation Association’s fourth annual War of 1812 Symposium in Ogdensburg, NY April 27-28, 2012 features eight expert speakers equally divided between Canada and the United States. The symposium is hosted by the Freight House, 20 Market Street in Ogdensburg.
Research leading to the discovery of Col. Zebulon Pike's encampment on the Saranac River: Mr. KEITH HERKALO.
The archaeology confirming the site of Col. Zebulon Pike's encampment on the Saranac River: DR. TIMOTHY J. ABEL, PhD.
The discovery, conservation and preservation of the US Schooners Hamilton and Scourge: NANCY E. BINNIE, MSc.
Medical practices during the War of 1812: DR. GREGORY BARAN, MD.
The Battle of Queenston Heights and the role of Fort George in the War of 1812: Mr. RONALD J. DALE
Teaching the War of 1812 as a civil war: DR. MELISSANE SCHREMS, PhD.
Abbé Piquet and the legacy of Indigenous/Mohawk alliances during the War of 1812: DR. SCOTT STEVENS, PhD.
Planning for and conducting of War in North America, 1808-1815: MAJOR JOHN GRODZINSKI, PhD.
President, Fort La Présentation Association
Ogdesnburg, NY 13669
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