This organization, based at Old Fort Niagara in upper New York state along Lake Ontario at the mouth of the Niagara River, is an excellent source of outstanding narratives, most of them primary sources, of the war of 1812.
Some of their titles are:
-Soldiers of 1814: American Enlisted Men's Memoirs of the Niagara Campaign, edited by Donald Graves.
-Captain George Howard, United States Army: The Chronicles of a Connecticut Yankee on the Northern Frontier in the War of 1812 by Gregory Kloten.
-Green Coats and Glory: The United States Regiment of Riflemen 1808-1821 by John Fredericksen.
-Sailors of 1812: Memoirs and Letters of Naval Officers on Lake Ontario edited by Robert Malcomson.
-Long Range Guns, Close Quarter Combat: The Third United States Artillery Regiment in the War of 1812 by Richard Barbuto.
-First Campaign of an ADC: The War of 1812 Memoir of Lieutenant William Jenkins Worth, United States Army by Donald Graves.
-To My Son...The Life and War Remembrances of Captain Mordecai Myers, 13th United States Infantry 1812-1815 by Neil Yetwin.
I paid a visit to Old Fort Niagara some years ago and was extremely impressed with the restoration and the 'living history' presenters. Having studied the wars of the North American frontier for many years it was fascinating to see the living conditions of the soldiers (minus dirt and smell I'm sure) and the authentically reproduced clothing and weaponry. I recall that the place was also very 'child friendly', which was a great help at the time.
I do recommend a visit if anyone is in the area, and while you are there do consider forts George, Ticonderoga and Crown Point which aren't too far away. My major problem is that I was unable to carry away all the books that I wanted to buy!