War of 1812 - Collection Bibliography - S

Saunders, Dr. Robert
Newfoundland's Role in the Historic Battle of Lake Erie, September 10th, 1813. With Pictures, annotations and remarks on it origins and its results. Fully illustrated.
n.p., 1954
R971.034 SAU CESC [inscribed by author]

Seelye, Elizabeth (Eggleston) 1858-1923
Tecumseh and the Shawnee Prophet.
New York: Dodd, Mead & co., 1878
R971.05 Se35 CESC

Sellar, Robert 1841-1919
Hemlock. A Tale of the War of 1812
Montreal: F.E. Grafton & Sons, 1890
vi, 223
Gagnon II 1951; Watters pg. 388
R819.3 Se48 CESC

Sellar, Robert 1841-1919
A Tale of the War of 1812. Hemlock.
Huntingdon, P.Q. : The Gleaner Bookroom, 1918
Copyright, Canada, by Robert Sellar, 1918
247, 6
bound with
Gleaner Tales
Note to the Summer of Sorrow
The 50th Anniversary of Confederation.
Huntingdon, Que., July 1917

Sheppard, George Christopher
Plunder, profit and paroles. A Social History of the War of 1812 in Upper Canada.
Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1994
x, 334
R971.034 SHE CESC

Slater, S.D.
Guthrie, William

Smith, Alberta Elizabeth (Dillabough)
Stoney Creek, 1812-1925
Hamilton, Ont.: Women's Wentworth Historical Society, 1925
R971.053 Sm51s CESH [2 copies]

Smith, Goldwin 1823-1910
The United States. An Outline of Political History.
x, 312, 24
[War of 1812: Chapter III]
R973 Sm57 CESC

Smith, Michael
A Geographical View of the province of Upper Canada and Promiscuous Remarks on the Government. In Two Parts, With an appendix: Containing a complete description of the Niagara Falls and Remarks relative to the situation of the inhabitants respecting the war, and a concise history of its progress to the present date.
Third edition, revised.
Trenton: Moore and Lake, November 1813
Howes 9519; Lande 796; Sabin 83620; TPL 961
R971.034 SMI CESC

Smith, William Rudolph 1787-1868
The History of Wisconsin. In Three Parts, Historical, documentary, and Descriptive. Compiled by Direction of the Legislature of the State
Part I - Historical . Vol. 1
Madison, Wisc.: Beriah Brown, Printer, 1854
[War of 1812; pp. 236-245
Howes 9596; Sabin 84861 "Only vols. 1 and 3 were published ...Legislation of the State...refused to order the intended continuation, & thus the 2d. and 4th vols. were never prepared; & General Smith, now 78 years old, has long since abandoned the idea of continuing the work. 1902"
[Smith was the state historian for Wisconsin]
R977.5 Sm68 CESC

Smyth, Maj.-Gen. Sir James Carmichael 1st bart. 1779-1838
Precis of The Wars in Canada, from 1755 to the Treaty of Ghent in 1814. With Military and Political Reflections. (edited by his son, Sir James Carmichael)
London: Tinsley Brothers, 1862
Howes 9606; Sabin 85236; TPL 1375
R971.03 Sm97 CESC

Snell, Thomas
Repentence with Prayer. A Sermon Preached in North Brookfield, July 23rd, 1812. A Day of Prayer, recommended by His Excellency the Governor, On Account of the Declaration of War Against England.
By Thomas Snell, Pastor of the Church in North Brookfield.
Brookfield: Printed by E. Merriam & Co., Sept. 1812

Snider, Charles Henry Jeremiah 1879-1971
The Glorious "Shannon's" Old Blue Duster and other Faded Flags of Fadeless Fame. With a foreward from the Rt. Hon. Sir William Thomas White, K.C.M.G.
Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1923
xv, 430 (plus 4 tipped in pictures opp. pg. 1)
Watters pg. 897
R971.053 Sn32g CESC

Snider, Charles Henry Jeremiah 1879-1971
In the Wake of the Eighteen-Twelvers. Fights and Flights of Frigate & Fore-'n'-Afters in the War of 1812 on the Great Lakes
London: John Lane. The Bodley Head;
New York: John Lane Co.,;
Toronto: Bell & Cockburn, 1913
xxi, 292
Watters pg. 897
R971.053 Sn32j CESC

Snider, Charles Henry Jeremiah 1879-1971
The Story of the "Nancy" and other Eighteen-Twelvers.
Illustrations by Owen Staples
Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, Ltd. 1926
xvi, 334
Watters pg. 898
R971.053 Sn32

Snider, Charles Henry Jeremiah 1879-1971
Under the Red Jack. Privateers of the Maritime Provinces of Canada in the War of 1812.
Toronto: The Musson Book Co., 1927
xii, 268
Watters pg. 898
R971.053 Sn32u CESC

Snider, Charles Henry Jeremiah
See also
Nancy (Schooner)

Some Account of the Public Life of the Late Lieutenant-General Sir George Prevost, Bart. Particularly of His Services in The Canadas; including A Reply to the Strictures on His Military Character, contained in an Article in the Quarterly Review for October, 1822.
“Either this is envy in you, folly, or mistaking; the very stream of his life, and the business he hath helmed, must upon a warranted need give him a better proclamation. Let him be but testimonied in his own bringings forth, and he shall appear a statesman and a soldier. Therefore you speak unskilfully; or if your knowledge be more, it is much darkened in your malice.” Measure for Measure.
London: Printed for T. Cadell, Strand; and T. Egerton, Whitehall, 1823
197, 99

Stahl, John Meloy 1860-
The Battle of Plattsburg; A Study in and of the War of 1812 To Remind our troops of the actions of their brave countrymen.-General Macomb, in his Report of the Battle of Plattsburg.
The Van Trump Co., 1918
R971.053 St14 CESW

The Star [newspaper] Number 8312. Monday, October 25, 1813
London: Printed by Level Kent. Picket Place, and published there, and at the Star-Office, Temple-Bar.
[War of 1812: reports on European war with Napoleon; excerpts from Kingston Gazette, August 28th on fighting at Fort George; list of Military Promotions, British Army, from the War Office, October 23rd; comments on American attempt to destroy the Families by torpedoes.]

[Stephen, James] 1758-1832
War in Disguise; or, The Frauds of the Neutral Flags.
London, Printed; New York: Reprinted by Hopkins & Seymour, January, 1806
vii, 215
Howes 9814; Sabin 91247
R327.73041 STE CESC

Stevenson, James
The War of 1812 in connection with The Army Bill Act. By James Stevenson, General Manager of the Quebec Bank
Montreal: W. Foster, Brown & Co., Publishers, 1892
79, 3

Stone, William Leete 1792-1844
The Life and Times of Red-Jacket, or Sa-Go-Ye-Wat-Ha; being The Sequel to the History of the Six Nations.
New York and London: Wiley & Putnam, 1841
x, 484
[War of 1812: Chapts. IX, X]
Howes 9907; Sabin 92137
R970.92 R246 CESC

Stoney Creek, Ontario
Souvenir Programme. 1813-1963. 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Stoney Creek.
Stoney Creek, Ont.: n.p., 1963
R971.053 St72 CESH

Strange Stories of 1812 by W. J. Henderson, James Barnes, Francis Sterne Palmer, S.G. W. Benjamin and Others.
New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, MCMVII
xii, 214
R971.034 STR CESC

Sullivan, George
Speech of the Hon. George Sullivan, at the late Rockingham Convention, with the Memorial and Resolutions, And Report of the Committee of Elections.
Second Edition.
Exeter: Printed at the Constitutionalist Press, by E. C. Beals.
30 p.
R973.52 SUL CESC

Swain, Sara Sabrina
The Story of Laura Secord and Fanny Doyle. Heroines of the Niagara Frontier.
np.p, n.d.
inscribed by author
R971.034 SWA CESC

Swanson, Neil H
The Perilous Fight being a little known and much abused chapter in our national History in our Second War of Independence and a true narrative of The Battle of Godly Wood And the Attack on Fort McHenry more suitable described as The Battle of Baltimore the whole constituting the first complete account of the skillful, and successful defense of that city by Sam'l Smith then in his 62nd year, against Lord Wellington's Invincibles supported by a powerful fleet, together with a Refutation of those Traducers of American Courage who have made small of the citizen soldiers who, lately defeated and routed, marched again to face the conquerors Napoleon in superior numbers in the open field To Which is Added some notice of the circumstances attending the Writing of The Star Spangled Banner with particular reference to the remarkable errors of those who, wholly without warrant of fact, having belittled the significance of our national anthem by describing it as "A Song nobody can sing, about an event of no importance."
Recounted mainly from contemporary Records.
New York and Toronto: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1945
xiii, 555
R973.053 Sw24 CESC

Symons, John (ed.) 1808-1902
The Battle of Queenston Heights: Being a Narrative of the Opening of the War of 1812, with notices of the Life of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K.B., and description of The Monument Erected to His Memory.
Toronto: Thompson & Co., 1859
Howes 10062: TPL 5884; Watters pg. 584
R971.053 Sy67 CESC