Who's Who in the Film
Who's Who in the Film
Walter Borneman is the author of 1812: The War That Forged a Nation; The French and Indian War: Deciding the Fate of North America; and Alaska: Saga of a Bold Land.
Rene Chartrand is a Canadian historian and former senior curator with Canada's National Historic Sites. He is now a freelance writer and historical consultant.
Ronald J. Dale is superintendent of Niagara National Historic Sites, including Fort George, Ontario and Brock’s Monument. He is the author of The Invasion of Canada and The Fall of New France, and a noted authority on the Canadian involvement in the war.
Douglas DeCroix is the executive director of Western New York Heritage Magazine. He had conducted extensive research on the battles that took place along the Niagara frontier during the War of 1812.
James Elliott is a Canadian journalist and the author of Strange Fatality: The Battle of Stoney Creek.
Donald Fixico is the Distinguished Foundation Professor of History at Arizona State University, and the author of Treaties with American Indians: An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts and Sovereignty and Rethinking American Indian History.
Dianne Graves is a Canadian historian and the author of In the Midst of Alarms: The Untold Story of Women of the War of 1812. She is a member of Ensign Heritage, a historical consulting group.
Donald E. Graves is the director of Ensign Heritage, and an internationally recognized expert on the military history of the War of 1812. He is co-author of The Incredible War of 1812 and author of Where Right and Glory Lead: The Battle of Lundy's Lane, 1814.
Major John R. Grodzinski is professor of History at the Royal Military College of Canada and author of The War of 1812: An Annotated Bibliography.
Donald R. Hickey is a professor of history at Wayne State College, Wayne, Nebraska. He is the author of Don't Give Up the Ship: Myths of the War of 1812 and The War of 1812: A Forgotten Conflict.
Jim Hill is manager of Heritage Operations at the Niagara Parks Commission in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Rick Hill is an artist, historian and expert on tribal history of New York state and Ontario.
Scott S. Sheads is a ranger, historian and historic weapons officer at Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland. He is co-author of The War of 1812 in the Chesapeake.
Andrew Lambert is Laughton Professor of Naval History at King’s College University of London, and the author of War at Sea in the Age of Sail. He is an expert on British trade and naval history.
A. Jack Langguth is professor emeritus of journalism at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California at Los Angeles. He is the author of Union: 1812.
Robert Miller is a professor of law at Lewis and Clark College, and the author of Native America: Discovered and Conquered.
Bob Malcomson was a Canadian naval historian of the War of 1812, and the author of author of Capital in Flames: The American Attack on York, 1813. Mr. Malcomson died in 2009.
Anthony Pitch is a lecturer, tour guide and the author of The Burning of Washington. He is a prominent expert on the British campaign in the Chesapeake.
Sir Christopher Gerald Prevost is four times great-grandson to George Prevost, Governor-in-Chief of British North America during the War of 1812. He is co-author of The Incredible War of 1812: A Military History.
John Sugden is the author of Tecumseh, a biography of the Shawnee war chief. He is an expert on the Native American history in the North America.
Victor Suthren is a Canadian naval expert and the author of The War of 1812.
Wolf Thomas is a professional actor, and a re-enactor and interpreter focusing on the Niagara region in the War of 1812.
Peter Twist is the director of Military Heritage, a historical military uniform and arms supply company. He has served as consultant on numerous film and theater projects, and is an expert on the military history of the era.
John Weiss is a British historian and the author of The Corps of Colonial Marines: Black Freedom Fighters of the War of 1812.
Patrick Wilder is a retired historian with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. He is the author of The Battle of Sackett’s Harbour, 1813.