Battlefield Park, Stoney Creek
Monument to the War of 1812, Battlefield Park, Stoney Creek
|History:||Read a Wikipedia article about the Battle of Stoney Creek.|
|Location:||77 King St. W., Stoney Creek, ON L8G 1H9|
|The History of the Battle||About the Unveiling of the Monument||The Casualties|
|Battlefield House Museum from the Monument||Sketch map of the Battle drawn by an American officer||Cannon|
|A painting of British and American flags
by the Women's Art Institute
|Historical Marker about the Battle of Stoney Creek||Uniforms: (L to R) An Officer, A Drummer, A Private Soldier|
A sculpture, created by the artist David General, was erected in Battlefield Park in 2014 to commemorate the significant contribution made by Iroquois and Ojibwa allies who fought on the side of the British in the war of 1812-14.
Read an article about the sculpture here.
View a video about the sculpture here.
View a slideshow of the Eagles Among Us here.
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