November 23, This day during the War of 1812

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November 23, 1812 – French Mills, New York (Battle of French Mills) – On November 23, a British party of 20 regulars and 70 militiamen retaliated for the American raid on St. Regis on October 22. The British party raided an American fort at French Mills, on the Salmon River. The British captured 44 American militiamen, 4 boats, and 57 stands of arms. 



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One Response to November 23, This day during the War of 1812

  1. gpcox says:

    Thought you might like to know (one researcher to another), Archaeology magazine (September-October issue) has an excellent article about Maryland’s Eastern Shore during the Battle of Caulk’s Field. If it is not still on newsstands, perhaps you can read it on-line.

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