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Laura Secord, the heroine of 1812

S. A. Curzon

Laura Secord, the heroine of 1812

a drama, and other poems

by S. A. Curzon

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Published by Robinson in Toronto, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Secord, Laura Ingersoll, -- 1775-1868.,
  • Beaver Dams (Thorold, Ont.), Battle of, 1813.

  • Edition Notes

    1

    Statementby Sarah Anne Curzon
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS"8455"U79"L3"1887
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 215 p.
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20146185M
    LC Control Number68018368

    Nov 20,  · War of Heroine Laura Secord by Anita Mae Draper. For those of you who didn't get a chance to experience the reenactments and celebrations of the yr old event called the War of , take heart because it didn't actually end until the signing of The Treaty of Ghent on December 24th, Which means there are more events coming up. Jun 21, - Laura Secord (13 September – 17 October ) was a Canadian heroine of the War of She is known for having walked 20 miles (32 km) out of American-occupied territory in to warn British forces of an impending American attack. Her contribution to the war was little known during her lifetime, but since her death she has been frequently honoured in Canada.

    May 12,  · Speaker’s Book Award — Shortlisted Laura Secord is now famous for her singular feat of bravery during the War of , but did she warn the British and help defeat the American invaders as her legend says? After dragging her injured husband off the battlefield during the War of , Laura Secord () was forced to house American soldiers for financial support while 5/5(2). May 29,  · Laura Secord, née Ingersoll, Loyalist, mythologized historic figure (born 13 September in Great Barrington, Massachusetts; died 17 October in Chippawa [Niagara Falls], ON).During the War of , Laura Secord walked 30 km from Queenston to Beaver Dams, near Thorold, to warn James Fitzgibbon that the Americans were planning to attack his outpost.

    More than many figures in Canadian history, Laura Secord has come to represent courage and perseverance at their finest. During the War of , she helped to avert disaster by warning the British of an imminent American attack, and thus played a prominent role in Brand: Peggy Dymond Leavey. Laura Ingersoll Secord, [September 13, – October 17 ] was both an actual person and a heroine of mythic proportions in the War of Her primary claim to fame was the extraordinary walk she made to warn British forces of an impending American attack which led directly to the Canadian [British] victory at Beaver Dams.


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A YA history about the Canadian heroine Laura Secord. Apart from raising a huge family and being a generally well-loved person, her claim Laura Secord fame is her 19 mile hike through the wilderness to warn the British of an imminent American attack in the War of /5.

Laura Secord (née Ingersoll; 13 September – 17 October ) was a Canadian heroine of the War of She is known for having walked 20 miles (32 km) out of American-occupied territory in to warn British forces of an impending American kurt-haspel.com: Laura Ingersoll, 13 September.

Laura Secord is now famous for her singular feat of bravery during the War ofbut did she warn the British and help defeat the American invaders as her legend says. After dragging her injured husband off the battlefield during the War ofLaura Secord () was forced to house American soldiers for financial support while she Price: $ Jun 02,  · But Laura Secord: Heroine of the War of by Peggy Dymond Leavey, kept visually nudging me from the corner of my desk and so The heroine of 1812 book took it home and began to read.

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Speaker’s Book Award — Shortlisted Laura Secord is now famous for her singular feat of bravery during the War of Author: Peggy Dymond Leavey.

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Laura Secord, the heroine of a drama, and other. Get this from a library. Laura Secord: heroine of the War of [Peggy Dymond Leavey] -- A biography of War of heroine, Laura Secord who walked an incredible thirty kilometres from her home to a British outpost to warn Lieutenant James FitzGibbon of an impending American attack on.

Thus he made it clear that Laura’s warning had indeed made the victory possible at Beaver Dams. It was a significant victory, and for her part in it Laura Secord became justly known as the heroine of the War of Laura Secord typified pioneer women in her courage, endurance, and resolution in.

May 12,  · Speaker’s Book Award — Shortlisted Laura Secord is now famous for her singular feat of bravery during the War ofbut did she warn the British and help defeat the American invaders as her legend says. After dragging her injured husband off the battlefield during the War ofLaura Secord () was forced to house American soldiers for financial support while.

Dec 15,  · Read "Laura Secord, The Heroine Of " by Sarah Anne Curzon available from Rakuten Kobo. Project Gutenberg's Laura Secord, the heroine ofby Sarah Anne Curzon This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

Sep 29,  · Few realise that Laura Secord was a genuine Canadian heroine of the War of who, having overheard that the Americans were planning to ambush a small detachment of British soldiers under Lieutenant James FitzGibbon, set off on a dangerous mile cross-country trek to warn him.

Apr 25,  · Laura Ingersoll Secord was a Canadian heroine of the War of She is known for warning British forces of an impending American attack that Parents: Thomas Ingersoll.

Get this from a library. Laura Secord, the heroine of a drama. [Sarah Anne Curzon; Susan B. Anthony Collection (Library of Congress)].

Jul 29, - Explore elaineradman's board "Laura Secord" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Laura secord, War of and Women in history. After dragging her injured husband off the battlefield during the War ofLaura Secord () was forced to house American soldiers for financial support while she nursed him back to health.

It was during this time that she overheard the American plan to ambush British troops at Beaver kurt-haspel.com: Peggy Dymond Leavey. Laura Secord Homestead. Many people are surprised to learn the white-panelled home built in was the starting point for a treacherous kilometre journey that vaulted Laura Secord into the rank of Canadian heroine.

The upper-middle class home is where Secord raised her seven children with her husband, James. Oct 04,  · This play is a good dipiction of how theatre was used to promote Canadian heroism and identity during colonization. Although I found that it made Laura Secords journey seem like a more like she was prancing through the meadows then trecking 32km through the wilderness, Curzon's dipiction of the female hero did reflect her strong feminist views.4/5(1).

When Laura Secord's husband is injured in the War of fighting against the Americans his war service ends.

Laura's then began. After overhearing secrets of the American army, Laura races through the countryside in the excessive heat to warn the British-Canadian forces of a surprise attack/5. How did a pioneer woman called Laura Secord become the most famous heroine in Canadian history.

It was the summer of British and American troops were fighting for control of the Niagara Peninsula when Laura Secord happened to hear about a secret American plan to surprise the British at Beaver Dams, which was commanded by Lieutenant James. Laura Secord was a heroine of the War of Unsung in her lifetime, she has become an icon of Canadian patriotism since.Laura Secord.

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