Virginia during the War of 1812
Stuart Butler talked about Virginia during the War of 1812, and how the state’s militia organized and defended Virginia against British attack. He highlighted various assaults along the Virginia side of the Chesapeake Bay and spoke about how slaves fought on behalf of the British military. This program was hosted by the National Archives and Records Administration. close
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