Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 11
by Victor J. H. Suthren
Brief Sketch of Events to October 1813
Preliminary American Moves
Canadian Defensive Preparations
Opening Moves Toward Battle
The Battle Site
Events to the War's Conclusion, 1814
Behind the Victory
The Meaning of Châteauguay for Canada
1 The Châteauguay battle monument, Allans Corners, Quebec.
2 Lieutenant Colonel Charles M. de Salaberry.
3 Lieutenant Colonel Charles M. de Salaberry, 1752-1829, by A. S. Scott.
4 Lieutenant General Sir George Prevost, by S. W. Reynolds.
5 Colonel George Macdonell, C.B.
6 Scenes at La Prairie, 1812-13.
7 The Battle of Châteauguay, by C. W. Jefferys, showing his interpretation of de Salaberry directing his troops during the battle.
8 A sketch of the Battle of Châteauguay by Joseph Bouchette.
9 Plan of the Battle of Châteauguay as given by Benjamin ???Suite.
10 Eastern areas of operations to October 1813.
11 Areas of Canadian defensive movement, showing the principal settlements, cart trails and waterways of the period.
12 Principal American moves, October 1813.
13 Positions on the battlefield at 10:00 A.M.
14 Positions on the battlefield at 10:30 A.M.
15 Positions on the battlefield at 11:00 A.M.
16 Positions on the battlefield at 12:00 M.
17 Positions on the battlefield at 2:00 P.M.
18 Positions on the battlefield at 2:30 P.M.
19 Positions on the battlefield at 3:00 P.M.
20 The probable site of the block house as identified by Bryson family tradition.
21 View of the general area of Izard's deployment as seen from in front of the abatis.
22 The Battle of Châteauguay, by Henri Julien.
23 The general positions at the moment when Purdy's men, pressing along the river bank, received enfilading fire from the Canadian companies on the near shore.
24 Positions at Grant's Ford.
25 Positions at Round Point.
26 View across the river from the Cross farm to the bank of Round Point, probably at the point where the floating log bridge was built.
27 Drawing showing the uniforms of the 2nd U.S. Light Dragoons, 1812-14.
28 Reproduction of a pen sketch showing an officer in the 1813 uniform of the Canadian Voltigeurs.