Timeline of The War of 1812 - 1812 - 1814

Date Occurrence
1814 Jan 22 Battle of Emuckfau
1814 Jan 24 Battle of Enotachopco
1814 Mar 4 Battle of Longwoods
1814 Mar 27 Battle of Horseshoe Bend
1814 Mar 28 Capture of USS Essex
1814 Mar 30 Battle of Lacolle Mills (1814)
1814 Apr 11 Napoleon abdicates French throne for the first time
1814 Apr 20 HMS Orpheus defeats USS Frolic
1814 Apr 14 United States repeals Embargo Act and Nonimportation Act
1814 Apr 25 British extend blockade to New England
1814 Apr 29 Capture of HMS Epervier
1814 May 1 General William Clark leaves St. Louis for Prairie du Chien
1814 May 6 Raid on Fort Oswego
1814 May 14 Skirmish at Otter Creek
1814 May 18 Lieutenant Colonel Robert McDouall relieves Fort Mackinac
1814 May 29 Skirmish at Sandy Creek
1814 Jun 6 General William Clark establishes Fort Shelby at Prairie du Chien
1814 Jun 28 Major William McKay's expedition leaves Fort Mackinac
1814 Jun 28 USS Wasp defeats HMS Reindeer
1814 Jul 3 Americans capture Fort Erie
1814 Jul 5 Battle of Chippawa
1814 Jul 20 Trials at Ancaster Bloody Assize
1814 Jul 20 Surrender of Fort Shelby
1814 Jul 21 Battle of Rock Island Rapids
1814 Jul 21 Raid on Sault Ste. Marie
1814 Jul 22 Treaty of Greenville US and western tribes ally against Great Britain
1814 Jul 25 Battle of Lundy's Lane
1814 Jul 26 Sinclair's squadron arrives off Mackinac Island
1814 Aug 1 Schooner Nancy warned of Fort Mackinac blockade
1814 Aug 2 Siege of Fort Erie
1814 Aug 4 Battle of Mackinac Island
1814 Aug 8 Peace negotiations begin in Ghent
1814 Aug 9 Creek people sign treaty at Fort Jackson
1814 Aug 10 Raid on Stonington
1814 Aug 12 Capture of USS Somers and USS Ohio on Lake Ontario
1814 Aug 13 Part of Sinclair's squadron arrives at Nottawasaga River
1814 Aug 14 Schooner Nancy destroyed
1814 Aug 14 British occupy Pensacola
1814 Aug 15 Assault on Fort Erie
1814 Aug 19 British land near Benedict, Maryland
1814 Aug 24 Battle of Bladensburg
1814 Aug 24 Burning of Washington
1814 Aug 27 British occupy Point Lookout, Maryland
1814 Aug 27 Retreating garrison destroys Fort Washington
1814 Aug 28 British capture Alexandria, Virginia
1814 Aug 28 Nantucket declares neutrality
1814 Sep 1 Construction commences on Penetang Road
1814 Sep 1 USS Wasp (1813) vs HMS Avon
1814 Sep 1 General George Prevost moves south toward Plattsburgh
1814 Sep 3 Capture of Tigress and Scorpion
1814 Sep 4 Battle of Plattsburgh
1814 Sep 4 John Armstrong, Jr. resigns and James Monroe becomes Secretary of War
1814 Sep 5 Skirmish at Rock Island Rapids
1814 Sep 6 Skirmish at Beekmantown
1814 Sep 6 Battle of Credit Island
1814 Sep 8 Fort Johnson built, abandoned one month later
1814 Sep 9 Capture of Fort O'Brian
1814 Sep 11 Battle of Plattsburgh
1814 Sep 12 Battle of North Point
1814 Sep 12 British repulsed at Mobile, Alabama
1814 Sep 13 Bombardment of Fort McHenry
1814 Sep 13 Francis Scott Key writes The Star-Spangled Banner
1814 Sep 14 Battle of Fort Bowyer
1814 Sep 17 Counterattack at Siege of Fort Erie
1814 Sep 26 British squadron captures USS General Armstrong
1814 Oct 19 Battle of Cook's Mills
1814 Oct 21 United Kingdom offers peace on basis of uti possidetis
1814 Oct 26 Raid through the Thames Valley
1814 Nov 5 Americans evacuate Fort Erie
1814 Nov 6 Battle of Malcolm's Mills
1814 Nov 7 Andrew Jackson seizes Pensacola
1814 Nov 25 British fleet sail from Jamaica for New Orleans
1814 Nov 27 United Kingdom drops demands for uti possidetis
1814 Dec 14 British overwhelm American gunboats on Lake Borgne
1814 Dec 15 Hartford Convention
1814 Dec 15 United States adopts additional internal taxation
1814 Dec 23 British land their troops below New Orleans
1814 Dec 23 General Andrew Jackson surprise attacks British
1814 Dec 24 Treaty of Ghent signed
1814 Dec 28 United States rejects conscription proposal

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