Terror on the Chesapeake: the War of 1812 on the bay

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White Mane Books, 2000 - History - 213 pages
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This title traces the abuses of the inhabitants of the Chesapeake Bay by Royal Navy raiding parties under arrogant Rear Admiral George Cockburn.

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User Review  - ksmyth - LibraryThing

Christopher George's little book is devoted an exploration of the British campaign on the Chesapeake from 1813-1814, and America's rather feeble attempts to respond to it. I have several books on this ... Read full review

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starting to read for my volunteering at Ft. McHenry Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Two A Nest of Pirates
11
Chapter Three Cockburn Menaces Baltimore
22
Chapter Five Norfolk Attacked Hampton Ravished
40
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