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" Michilimachinack, which giving spirit and confidence to the Indian tribes in its neighbourhood, part of whom assisted in its capture, determined them to advance upon the rear and flanks of the American army, as soon as they heard that it had entered the... "
The Edinburgh Annual Register - Page xlix
edited by - 1814
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Select British Documents of the Canadian War of 1812, Volume 13

William Charles Henry Wood - 1920 - 678 pages
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The Publications of the Champlain Society

1920
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The Makers of Canada: John Graves Simcoe

1926
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John Graves Simcoe

Duncan Campbell Scott - 1926 - 247 pages
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 54

Edmund Burke - 1813
...adopted the most vigorous measures for the safety of that part of the frontier which had been attacked. In these measures he was most opportunely aided by the fortunate surrender of Fort Micbilimachinack, which giving spirit and confidence to the Indian tribes in its neighbourhood, part...
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Bulletins of the campaign [compiled from the London gazette].

London gazette - 1812
...these measures he was most opportunely aided by the fortunate siu> Xeuder of Fort Michiliuiachinac, which giving spirit and confidence to the Indian tribes in its neighbourhood, part of whom hud assisted in its captures, determined them to advance upon the rear aiiĞi flanks of the American...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1812
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