War of 1812 - Collection Bibliography - H

[Hale, Salma] 1787-1866
Premium History. History of the United States, from their first Settlement as Colonies to the Close of the War with Great Britain in 1815. To which as added Questions, Adapted to the Use of Schools.
Keene, N.H.: J. & W. Prentiss, 1838
Sabin 29662
R973 H135 CESC

Hall, Lieut. Francis c. 1833
Travels in Canada and the United States, in 1816 and 1817.
Second Edition.
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1819
fold. Map.,xii, 421
[War of 1812: pp. vii-xii (Tecumseh, including speech to British Council of War at Amhurstburg, Upper Canada, 18 September, 1813]
Howes 4402; Sabin 29769
R917.1 H141 CESC

Hamilton-War of 1812- Battleships (Scrapbook of Clippings from the Spectator, 1979- ; and selections from historical sources/collected by the Hamilton Public Library, Local History & Archives)
vol. 1 - 1981
R971.034 HAM CESH

Hannay, James 1842-1910
History of the War of 1812 between Great Britain and the United States of America.
Toronto: Morang & co., 1905
xv, 372
Thibeault 10139; Watters p. 873
R971.034 HAN CESC

Hannay, James 1842-1910
How Canada Was Held for the Empire. The Story of the War of 1812.
London: T.C. & E. C. Jack, 1905
xv, 372
Watters p. 873 (Same as History of the War of 1812 between Great Britain and The United States of America)
R971.034 HAN CESC

Harper, John Murdock 1845-1919
The Annals of the War. Illustrated by a Selection of Historical Ballads. In Commemoration of "The Century of Peace."
Toronto: Musson Book Co. Ltd. n.d.
268, 4
Watters p. 85
R971.053 H232 CESC

Hartford Convention(1814)
The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates, from the States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island; the counties of Chesire and Grafton, in the state of Vermont; - Convened at Hartford, in the state of Connecticut, December 15th, 1814.
Third edition, corrected and improved.
Boston: Printed and published by Wells and Lilly, 1815
R971.034 HAR CESC

Hatch, William Stanley
A Chapter of the History of the War of 1812 in the Northwest. Embracing The Surrender of the Northwestern Army and Fort, at Detroit, August 16, 1812; With a Description and Biographical Sketch of the Celebrated Indian Chief Tecumseh>
Cincinnati: n.p., 1872
Howes 4636; Sabin 30840; Thibeault 10141
R971.053 H282 CESC

Headley, Joel Tyler 1813-1897
The Second War with England. In Two Volumes
New York: Charles Scribner, 1853
xiii, [15]-346, vi; ix, [11]-328, ii
Sabin 31160; Thibeault 10140
R971.034 HEA CESC

Henderson, W.J.
Strange Stories of 1812...

(Henry, John)
Message from the President of the U. States, Transmitting Copies of Certain Documents Obtained from A Secret Agent of the British Government, employed in Fomenting Disaffection to the Constituted Authorities, and in Bringing About Resistance to the Laws: and Eventually, in the Concert with A British Force, to Destroy the Union of The United States. March 9th, 1812. Read and referred to the committee on Foreign Relations, with power to send for persons, papers and records.
Washington City: Printed by R.C. Weightman, 1812
R971.034 HEN CESC

[Hickman, N., ed.]
The Citizen Soldiers at North Point and Fort McHenry, September 12 & 13, 1814. Resolves of the Citizens in Town Meeting, Particulars Relating to the Battle, Official Correspondence and Honorable Discharge of the Troops.
Sold by Freeman & Goodsmith, Corner of St. Paul and Baltimore Streets, Baltimore.
Sabin 13158
R971.034 CIT CESC

Higginson, T.B. (ed.)
Major Richardson's Major-General Sir Isaac Brock and The 41st Regiment
Burks Falls: Old Rectory Press, 1976
No. 21 of 250
R971.034092 BROCK RIC CESC

Historical documents all relating to the War of 1812.
Toronto: Canadiana House, 1968
R971.034 HIS CESC

Hudson, Charles (President of the Association)
Address Delivered before the New England Association of the Soldiers of the War of 1812, at the Dissolution of their Association, October, 1879.
Lawrence, Mass.: Lawrence Daily Eagle Steam Book and job Printing Office.
R973.5244 HUD CESC

Hull, William 1753-1825
Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull. Delivered before the General Court Martial, of which Major General Dearborn was President, at Albany, March, 1814. With An Address to the Citizens of the United States. Written by Himself. Copies form the original Manuscript and published by his authority. To which are prefixed, The charges against Brigadier General Hull, as Specified by the Government.
Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1814
xlvi, 215
Howes 5100; Sabin 33642; TPL 991
R971.034 HUL CESC

Hull, William 1753-1825
Memoirs of the Campaign of the North Western Army of the United States, A.D. 1812. In a Series of Letters Addressed to the Citizens of the United States. With an Appendix, Containing a Brief Sketch of the Revolutionary Services of the Author.
Boston: True & Greene, 1824
229, 10
Howes 5101; Sabin 33643; TPL 900
R971.034 HUL CESW

Hull, William
Campbell, Maria

Hunt, Gilbert J
The Historical Reader; Containing "The Late War between the United States and Great Britain, From June, 1812, to February, 1815. Written in the Ancient Historical Style. Altered and Adapted For the Use of Schools Throughout the United States.
Third Edition. With improvements by the Author.
New York: David Longworth, 1819
viii, [9]-233, 3
Gagnon I 1719; Sabin 3385; TPL 1054 "An eccentric work written chapter and verse in the style of the King James version of the Old Testament."
R971.053 H912 CESW

Hunter, Captain Alfred Taylour 1867-
History of the 12th Regiment, York Rangers with Some Account of the Different Raisings of Militia in the County of York, Ontario.
Toronto: Murray Printing Co., n.d.
94, xlvi
(War of 1812: pp. 9-32)
R354.719 H916 CESC