||Short Biographical Sketch
||1944 Richmond Rd.
Toledo, OH. 43607
Civil War Roundtable
|Peter Navarre and the War of 1812
in Northwest Ohio
|In 2002, Larry Michaels and I co-authored "Peter Navarre, War of 1812, The Man Behind the Legend" which traces Navarre's exploits during the war in Northwest Ohio. Since that time we have erected a Ohio Historical Marker to Peter Navarre in East Toledo and held numerous Peter Navarre Days, which is an official holiday of the City of Toledo. I am a teacher for Toledo Public Schools and am currently Vice President of the Greater Toledo Civil War Roundtable.
||3828 Lockwood Ave.
Toledo, OH. 43612
||University of Toledo
/ Lourdes University
|Effects of the War of 1812 (and events
preceding it) on Native Americans
Effects of the War as it relates to
local history (Toledo and Lucas County)
|Ph. D. American History, University of Toledo 2008; author of Historic Photos of Toledo; formerly long-time employee of the Local History Department of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library.
||1824 Lynbrook Drive
Toledo, OH. 43614
|The Causes of the War of 1812
The Indian War of 1812
The War in the Western Country
Tecumseh's Role in the War of 1812
The War's Impact on Native Americans
The War of 1812 in a World Perspective
The Treaty of Ghent
William Henry Harrison
|I hold an MA and PhD in American History from the University of Toledo. My specialty areas are the Early Naitonal Period and American Intellectual History. I am the author of several books and articles on the Early National Period including "Many Trails of Tears: The Removal of the Ohio Tribes" (OU Press, 2012). I also authored "The Ohio Adventure" used in schools throughout the state. I am a Professor of History at Lourdes University. My current research centers on General Anthony Wayne.
|Larry L. Nelson
||20265 E. Taylor St.
Weston, OH. 43569
||Bowling Green State University
|Detroit Theater 1812-1813
|Adj. Asst. Professor of history, BGSU
Editor, Northwest Ohio History
Former directer, Fort Meigs State Memorial
Widely published in Ohio's military history
Toledo, OH. 43606
||University of Toledo
|War in the West
|Professor of History and Foreign Languages at University of Toledo
Bruce Way received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Toledo and now teaches for both History and Foreign Languages at UT.
||Black Swamp InterTribal Foundation
11073 Riverbend Court E.
Perrysburg, OH. 43551
|Native America and the
Native American Perspective.
|Jamie Oxendine is a Native American Speaker, Writer & Teacher, Storyteller,
Professional Musician/Educator and Civil Rights Activist. He is of Lumbee/Creek
Ancestry and a member of The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. He lectures on
Native American Culture for schools, universities, and organizations across the
United States and performs at Native American Ceremonies, Celebrations,
Gatherings and Powwows. Jamie also serves as the Master of Ceremonies and the
Arena Director for many Native American events. He performs and speaks at Living
History Events and Time Period Events of the 18th & 19th Centuries across the
U.S. & Canada in the French & Indian War, American Revolution and The War of
1812. Oxendine is especially knowledgeable in the Eastern Woodland
||10238 Hoover Woods Rd.
Galena, OH. 43021
(614) 560-0231 (Mobile)
|Ohio War of 1812
|A variety of topics relating to the
War of 1812 in the Northwest
with an emphasis on the
War in North-Central Ohio.
|Lou Schultz was born and raised in Sandusky and developed an interest in the
War of 1812 as a result of on a third grade field trip to the site of
Ft. Stephenson in Fremont. He is a 1966 graduate of Allegheny College where he
majored in history and a 1973 graduate of The Ohio State University where he
earned a degree in German. He retired in 2008 from The Columbus Academy where he
served as Director of Admissions and Financial Aid and as History Department
Chairman for many years. He is currently serving as a member of the
Ohio War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission. His extensive collection of material
relating to the war of 1812 in the Northwest will be displayed at the
Hayes Presidential Center from February through September of 2013.
||3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, OH. 45207
|Canadian Views of the War of 1812
||Karim Tiro teaches early American history at Xavier University. Karim is the
author of The People of the Standing Stone: the Oneida Nation from the Revolution
through the Era of Removal (Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 2011) and co-editor of
Along the Hudson and Mohawk: The 1790 Journey of Count Paolo Andreani (Univ. of
Pennsylvania Press, 2006). During the 2011-12 academic year, Dr. Tiro is a
visiting professor at the Universite du Quebec a Montreal.
||22 Westlake Court
Cameron, Ontario K0M 1G0
|Anglo-Native Operations in the old Northwest,
Tecumseh and the Quest for a Native Homeland,
Henry Procter: Hero or Villain,
American Victory At Fort Meigs, &
British Expansionist Plans in the Old Northwest
|Sandy Antal BA, B Ed, MA CD has served
twenty Years service in Canadian Forces. Sandy is
author of award-winning book - "A Wampum Denied Procter's War of 1812" - the
first comprehensive account of Anglo-Native operations on the Western Theatre
(also Duty Nobly Done and Invasions).
6832 Convent Blvd.
Sylvania, OH 43560
|(419) 824-3947 or
|In commemoration of the War of 1812,
Mary speaks on issues in Europe that
contributed to the War and influenced its course.
|Mary Robinson is an Associate Professor of History at Lourdes University. She
has taught at Lourdes for nine years and is currently the interim chair of
the Department of History, Geography & Political Science. Her expertise
is in 18th & 19th century European history, specifically the era of the
French Revolution and Napoleon. She has published articles dealing with the
French Revolution and Napoleon, and her book, Regulars in the Secular Realm:
Benedictines of the Congregation of Saint-Maur in the 18th Century, was
published in 2008.
||207 W. Poinsetta
Toledo, Ohio 43612
||Independent History Enthusiast, Researcher and Author
|Death of Tecumseh
Curious personalities/events of the 1812 era
|Frank Kuron is a lifelong resident of Toledo, Ohio. He has been a graphic artist and copywriter for over 35 years; and an early American history enthusiast even longer.
Frank authored his first book titled, “Thus Fell Tecumseh” in 2011. His book chronicles the battles and hardships of forces on both sides of the conflict in the year-and-a-half leading up to the Battle of the Thames in October of 1813; where the great Shawnee leader, Tecumseh, was killed. Over 160 primary accounts from diaries, newspapers, and letters provide the reader with the opportunity to solve the 200 year old historical mystery of how and by whose hand Tecumseh was slain.
Frank has been a frequent guest columnist for the Toledo Free Press newspaper, writing War of 1812 era feature stories. The articles are written to shine a light on lesser known people, events and after-effects of the War of 1812.
He is currently researching material for his next book on frontier life in the Northwest Territory and is a board member of the Fallen Timbers Battlefield Preservation Commission.