Chippawa

Chippawa

(chĭp`əwô), village, S Ont., Canada, just above Niagara Falls. It was first settled in 1794 and was the scene of an American victory (1814) in the War of 1812.
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On 15th June the battalion HQ moved to Chippawa Camp on the La Clytte-Reninghelst road.
Red Jacket fought bravely at the battles of Fort George in 1813, and Chippawa in 1814, thus disproving earlier charges of spinelessness.
Gail Woodruff UE and her granddaughter, Madelene Battis UE, laid a wreath in honour of our Colonel John Butler (Niagara) Branch ancestors at the memorial service for the Battle of Chippawa. David Ellsworth UE and I, (Carol Clifford) laid the wreath at the 202nd anniversary of the Battle of Lundy's Lane.
(He was at Chippawa, Ont., then and didn't include his own church though it fit the bill.)
Catharines and Merriton, metal and metal fabricating in Welland, Crowland, and Fort Erie, chemical and allied industries in Niagara Falls, Stamford, and Chippawa, paper in Thorold and Merriton, flour milling and metal smelting in Port Colborne.
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The Americans, following their victory at Chippawa on July 5,1814, began to move north along the Niagara River up to Oueenston Heights later advancing to the edges of Forts George, Mississauga and Niagara before consolidating back at Oueenston Heights.
For example, Betty's, in nearby Chippawa, was described by the valets, and an AAA travel guide, as having top-notch home cooked food.
26; Treaty of Fort McIntosh, U.S.-Wiandot, Delaware, Chippawa and Ottawa Nations, Jan.
The cooks call her Chippawa because she's native American.