1812: The Navy's War
Historian George Daughan recounts the naval battles between America and Britain during the War of 1812. The author reports that the American fleet totaled twenty ships and faced a British Navy with over a thousand men-of-war. Mr. Daughan examines how the American Navy, despite limited resources, outmaneuvered its opponent and supported the U.S. Army’s ground forces. George Daughan responded to questions from members of the audience at Water Street Bookstore in Exeter, New Hampshire. close
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Dan Chartrand Owner Water Street Bookstore
George C. Daughan Author
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