An artillery crew awaits the start of the artillery demonstration at the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
An artillery crew fires their cannon at the start of the artillery demonstration at the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
An artillery crew fires their cannon at the start of the artillery demonstration at the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
An American infantry group takes aim during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
An American infantry group takes aim during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
An American infantry group takes aim during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
Two year-old Wyatt Mertens from Beansville, Ontario takes aim with his gun while Tom Martin from Grimsby, Ontario looks on with amusement during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
An American infantry regiment fires at the enemy during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The British Regulars fire on the Americans during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The American forces fire back at the British during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The American forces begin to fall back as explosions go off around them during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The British Regulars fire on the Americans during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The British Regulars fire on the Americans during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The British Regulars fire on the Americans during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The British Regulars fire on the Americans during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
American forces fire on British troops from the safety of the huge walls of Fort Erie during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
American forces fire on British troops from the safety of the huge walls of Fort Erie during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.   Mike Lynaugh
The powder magazine ignites during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.  When this happened for real during the morning of August 15, 1814, 350 British troops that had stormed the fort were instantly killed along with numerous American soldiers that were in that section of the fort trying to defend it.  It is because of this that Fort Erie is the bloodiest battlefield on Canadian soil.   Mike Lynaugh
The powder magazine ignites during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.  When this happened for real during the morning of August 15, 1814, 350 British troops that had stormed the fort were instantly killed along with numerous American soldiers that were in that section of the fort trying to defend it.  It is because of this that Fort Erie is the bloodiest battlefield on Canadian soil.   Mike Lynaugh
The powder magazine ignites during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.  When this happened for real during the morning of August 15, 1814, 350 British troops that had stormed the fort were instantly killed along with numerous American soldiers that were in that section of the fort trying to defend it.  It is because of this that Fort Erie is the bloodiest battlefield on Canadian soil.   Mike Lynaugh
The powder magazine ignites during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.  When this happened for real during the morning of August 15, 1814, 350 British troops that had stormed the fort were instantly killed along with numerous American soldiers that were in that section of the fort trying to defend it.  It is because of this that Fort Erie is the bloodiest battlefield on Canadian soil.   Mike Lynaugh
British troops line up at sunset during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.  Mike Lynaugh
British troops line up at sunset during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada. Mike Lynaugh
The wounded of the battle are tended to in the makeshift hospital after the battle during the Siege of Fort Erie Reenactment at Historic Fort Erie in Ontario, Canada.  Mike Lynaugh