The Sixth And Final Book Of The Upper Canada Preserved War Of Series, The Ashes Of War Examines In Detail The Closing Stages Of The War On The Northern Frontier, Including The Two Month Siege Of Fort Erie, The Engagement At Cook S Mills, The American Attempt To Recapture Michilimackinac Mackinac , The Tale Of The Nancy, And The American Raids Into Southwestern Upper Canada It Explores The Impact That Events Occurring At The Same Time In The United States And At The Peace Negotiations At Ghent, In Europe, Had On The Ongoing War It Also Examines The Major Military Campaigns That Were Planned By The Respective Sides For That Is, Until News Arrived Of The Signing Of A British American Peace Agreement On December Officially Ending The Conflict, But Not The Story The Ashes Of War Goes On To Look At The Significant Post War Military, Political, Social, And Economic Impact The War Had On England, The United States, The Colonies Of British North America Later Canada , And The Native Nations On The ContinentA Fitting And Comprehensive Conclusion To This Critically Acclaimed Series On The War Of The Other Books In The Series Are A Call To Arms, The Pendulum Of War, The Flames Of War, The Tide Of War, And A Crucible Of Fire
Richard Feltoe was born in Newcastle upon Tyne and holds a degree in economics from the University of London He is the curator and corporate archivist for the Redpath Sugar Museum and is active as a living history reenactor, re creating the life of a Canadian militia soldier from the War of 1812 He lives in Brampton, Ontario.
- 232 pages
- The Ashes of War – The Fight for Upper Canada, August 1814–March 1815
- Richard Feltoe
- 22 July 2019 Richard Feltoe