Saturday, September 8, 2012

History Round Table, Sept. 14


Turning Points

On the face of it a small frontier conflict, the War of  1812 had world-wide causes and consequences.  It  was not just  one  turning point  but several, for Canada, the United States, Native North America and the British Empire.    

In this bicentennial year, the Department of History of Nipissing University presents a Round Table, 1812: Turning Points, for the benefit of the University and the wider North Bay community. We hope to explore all aspects of the war, what it meant at the time and what it means today. Your participation will be welcome.
1812: Turning Points
Friday, September 14, 2012  7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
The Nipissing University Theater, Nipissing University (North Bay campus)
Contact: Steven Muhlberger
                                           705 – 4744 – 3461 ext 4458