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Picton, Ontario — 15-19 May 2012

Programme

Tuesday, 15 May

at the Naval Marine ArchiveThe Canadian Collection

17:00-21:00

Reception and Registration

 

Day 1: Wednesday, 16 May

08:00-08:45

Coffee, etc

at the Naval Marine ArchiveThe Canadian Collection

08:45-09:00

President's Welcome

 

09:00-12:00

Chair: Dr Faye Kert

Speakers:

Peter Rindlisbacher: "A Few Good Paintings: Contemporary Marine Art on the Great Lakes from the War of 1812."

Alexander Craig: "Britons, Strike Home! Amphibious warfare during the War of 1812."

Christopher McKee: "Wandering Bodies: A Tale of One Burying Ground, Two Cemeteries, and the U.S. Navy's Search for Appropriate Burial for Its Career Enlisted Dead."

 

12:00-13:30

Lunch (local establishments making special arrangements will be recommended)

 

13:30-16:30

Chair: Dr Roger Sarty

Speakers:

James Walton: "'The Forgotten Bitter Truth:' The War of 1812 and the Foundation of an American Naval Myth"

John Grodzinski: "'The Navy in Canada have made serious charges:' Preparations for the Court Martial of Sir George Prevost."

Robert Davison: "The War of 1812: The Laboratory of Sea Power."

 

Day 2: Thursday, 17 May

Excursions, visits to local wineries, lighthouses, museums, details to follow.

at the Naval Marine ArchiveThe Canadian Collection

10:00-13:00

Book fair: Dundurn Press, John Lord's Books (Stouffville), Grenadier Books (Port Perry), Starlight Books (Newmarket), Naval Marine Archive, etc ...

at the Waring House Inn

18:00

Social gathering prior to ...

 

19:00

Banquet and Awards Ceremony.

 

Day 3: Friday, 18 May

08:00-09:00

Coffee, etc

at the Waring House Conference Centre

09:00-12:00

Chair: Dr W.A.B. Douglas

Speakers:

Michael McAllister: "A Very Pretty Object: The Socially Constructed Landscape of Burlington Heights 1780-1815."

Natalie Anderson: "British Ballads and Yankee Ditties: The Musical War of 1812."

Victor Suthren: "Every Inch A Sailor: The Napoleonic Sailor in Fiction."

 

12:00-14:00

Luncheon at the Waring House; guest speaker Steve Campbell, publisher of The County Magazine.

 

14:00-17:00

Chair: Professor emeritus James Pritchard

Speakers:

Faye Kert: "On the whole, I'd rather be in Philadelphia: Paintings, Prize and Precedent in the War of 1812."

Jane Errington: "In the Midst of War: Keeping Hearth and Home, 1812-1815."

Walter Lewis: "The Treaty of Ghent and the Great Lakes Region."

 

Day 4: Saturday, 19 May

08:00-09:00

Coffee, etc

at the Naval Marine ArchiveThe Canadian Collection

09:00-11:30

Chair: Dr Richard Gimblett

Speakers:

Sarah Gibson: "The Indian Act of 1830, an analysis of Indian-Crown Relations in the aftermath of the War of 1812"

Roy Wright: "Communications on the St Lawrence and the Lakes: Indigenous Boating and Water Ways in Fur Trade and in War."

Victor Suthren: "Conjuring The Past: The Navy's Colonial Sailor Program."

 

11:30-12:30

Light luncheon and refreshments

 

12:30-

Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Nautical Research Society – Société canadienne pour la recherche nautique

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