Redan Battery
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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78.235 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 6 năm 2020
This is the Redan Battery.

The Americans wanted to get a part of Canada.

The Americans were trapped.

The Canadians had the best part for People from the Queenston came to help. the soldiers of Canada.

They had a canon 8 ponder, named the Redan.

Brock led 2 hundred men a counter into the village.

Brock left two hundred.

A counter attack two hundred soldiers.

Brock was killed.

The Americans left out of running out of the Canadians. Many fell in the river to never see them ever.
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vortega472
Toronto, Canada2 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 10 năm 2018
We only spent a short time there but the site was impressive and just the surroundings were beautiful. I was born and raised in America but I am a student of history.

It was a fantastic experience and a once-in-a-lifetime pleasure.
Đã viết vào 4 tháng 9, 2019
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Maurene_K
Dover, NH10.970 đóng góp
4,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 10 năm 2018 • Bạn bè
Visiting Canadian friends with friends from home, we stopped here as part of a daytrip of sightseeing after visiting the Willowbank National Historic Site of Canada and the Laura Secord Homestead before having a picnic lunch nearby.

The Redan battery is also known as the Queenston Heights Redan.

This is part of and located in the Queenston Heights National Historic Site.

It is part of the site of the Battle of Queenston Heights in The War of 1812. From one of our Canadian friends and the signage at the site, we got the details of the battle and the Niagara Escarpment.

During their attack, the Americans climbed to the top and were able to capture the battery by a surprise attack from the rear. Then, the Americans turned the cannon and aimed it at Queenston. Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, Commander-in-Chief of the British forces in Upper Canada, and his aide-de-camp John Macdonell both died from injuries while leading their men in the charge up the hill to retake the redan in the Battle of Queenston Heights which took place on October 13, 1812. It was the first major land battle of the conflict. A British counterattack from reinforcements from Fort George with assistance from the Mohawks defeated the Americans.

We parked in the lot at the bottom of the hill on the Niagara Parkway.

There were some clearings from which one could see the Niagara River and some historical markers in the lot.

For its scenic appeal and historic significance, we rate the Redan Battery / Queenston Heights Redan at 4.50.

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phil52_10
Maidstone, UK891 đóng góp
4,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 5 năm 2018 • Cặp đôi
This is not an easy thing to find. Although we knew it existed we saw no signs for it. Luckily we stopped at a scenic overlook and in the corner of the parking area was a small sign for the Redan Gun. There are various historical markers around the gun. There is actually a cannon there but it is not on the exact site of the Redan Battery. The trail carries on and branches off in various directions, but with no trail map available I have no idea where they led to and whether there were more markers and guns nearer the river. There are wooden steps to traverse to get to the gun so it is not accessible to all. A bigger sign might lead to more people stopping and not missing out on local history.
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Robby G C
Toronto, Canada78.235 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 8 năm 2017 • Một mình
While I was driving on the Niagara Parkway, I saw a large parking place with a beautiful view of the river. I stopped there and took pictures. While returning to my car, I saw a small sign: "Redan Gun" I was curious and walked down the wooden stairs.

I found where General Isaac Brock was shot by the Americans during the war of 1812 and eventually died there.

A bit further was another plaque concerning Lieutenant-Colonel John MacDonel who died here as well.

I met several tourists asking if there was anything interesting. I told them: "General Brock was killed here!" They all went to see it.

During the battle more British soldiers came to the rescue, but it was too late when they arrived. General Brock had passed away. The aboriginals came to the rescue as well and hunted the Americans.

I had no idea where General Brock had died, but now I know. It was worthwhile to see this historical sad event.
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