"And All Their Glory Past is the story of the last major battles of the War of 1812 in the northern theatre, which were fought in the summer and autumn of 1814 and had a decisive effect on how the war ended."
"The first of these actions is the 53-day siege of Fort Erie, which incurred more casualties than the better known battle of New Orleans in some of the most vicious fighting of the
war. The Americans besieged in the fort on the Canadian side of the Niagara River succeeded in driving off the British attacks but decided to withdraw across the border before the onset of winter, thus marking the end of hostilities on Canadian soil.
The second major action is the naval and land battle of Plattsburgh, New
York. An outgunned American naval squadron on Lake Champlain succeeded through outstanding seamanship in defeating their Royal Navy opponents, causing the British commander in chief, General Sir George Prevost, to withdraw, a reverse he was unable to live down and an American victory that had a direct bearing on the final outcome of the war."
For anyone interested in the War of 1812 on the Niagara I would highly recommend visiting the battlefields. Both Chippawa and Fort Erie are maintained expertly by Parks Canada, and while Lundy's Lane is now in a built up area, the cemetery is worthwhile to visit. My son and I walked all three in 2016 and it was a memorable visit, including a friendly disagreement with a Parks Canada guide on the outcome of the war. Canada is a great place to visit.