By Bert J. Hubinger
Sailors’ rights? Hah! US nationwide catastrophe LOOMS AND desire DIMS:
August 24, 1814: Nathan Jeffries, Joshua Barney, and different patriots get mauled on the conflict of Bladensburg. They name it “the Bladensburg races.”
Washington City--Most citizens flee prior to the British improve. yet a Quaker farm woman who grew to become America’s first “First Lady,” Dolley Madison, is still at the back of to avoid wasting Gilbert Stuart’s portrait of George Washington and different treasures from the President’s Mansion. An hour later, the British ransack and raze the Mansion and the remainder of the united states capital.
September eleven, 1814: separate and overwhelming British attack forces arrange to attack!
Fort McHenry, Maryland—not a lot probability Nathan can live on this time, after one other struggle to the demise, on Chesapeake Bay.
Plattsburg Bay, New York--Thomas Macdonough’s small US Naval squadron, with Peter Hughes, Catherine Charles, and Taima, are all that stand within the means of a war-winning British victory, on Lake Champlain.
September 14, 1814: The destiny of the U.S. has been decided.
The Bicentennial Trilogy: 1812: Rights of Passage, 1813: Reprisal, 1814: Raze of Glory
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