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The War of 1812, a forgotten conflict

Donald R. Hickey
Hickey, Donald R., 1944- (Main Author)
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English
Chicago, Illinois : University of Illinois Press, c1989
457 p. : ill., maps, ports.
0252016130 alk paper

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Bibliographical notes: p. 323-440.

Includes index.

"It is my hope that this book will serve two ends. As a short, comprehensive study, I hope it will be suitable for students and others interested in a general overview of the war. And as a study that reexamines the sources and contains new material, I hope it will appeal to specialists as well. In short, this work is designed to be both a textbook and a monograph and to appeal to generalists and specialists alike"--Pref.

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