Ohio War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission
Posted below are links to historical papers that have been submitted and accepted by the Ohio
War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission for inclusion on this web site. If you would like to
submit research please use the “Contact Us” page to let us know.
Currently working for the Department of Defense in Afghanistan, retired Army Colonel James Brenner
has sent the Ohio War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission several well researched articles that he has
written. Colonel Brenner graduated from Kent State University with a BA in American Studies and
holds an MA in American military history from The Ohio State University. In addition, he also
holds an MA in strategic studies from the Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He
is currently working on several other articles when he finds the time on topics such
as: dragoons, rifles, artillery, medical, and campaign (not battle) narratives. The
Commission hopes to be able to post those articles in the future.
Chirurgeons, Physicks, and Quacks: Medical Support to Ohio’s Soldiers, 1812-1815
Notes On Ohio Militia
Notes on Ohio’s Regular Army Infantry Regiments, 1812 to 1815
Ohio Militia Clothing
Ohio’s Artillery in the War of 1812, the Militia and Regulars
On Campaign: In Camp and Field with Ohio’s Regulars and Militia in the War of 1812
U.S. Rifle Regiments in the Northwestern Army
In 1960, the Governor’s Committee for Commemorating the Sesquicentennial of the War of 1812
produced a planning document that includes, among other things, a concise chronology of the
War of 1812.
Program Suggestions For Commemorating The Sesquicentennial Of The War Of 1812
2012 Conference of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, “Revolutionary Aftermaths” -- CALL FOR PAPERS
The 1931 'Biennium Report of the Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Commission' document contains, among other
things, identified Trails that indicate the movement of particular forces during the War of 1812 periods.
1931 'Biennium Report of the Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Commission'
The Spafford Farmstead Northwest Ohio History V78 No 1 Fall 2010