The Death of Isaac Brock
Illustration from watercolour
Signed l.R.: C.W. JEFFERYS
Nursey, Walter R. The Story of Isaac Brock: Hero, Defender and Saviour of Upper Canada 1812. Toronto, William Briggs, 1909. 181 p.
Kidd, Kenneth. “The War of 1812, from A to Z.” In Toronto Star, January 7, 2012. 9 p. Illus. http://www.thestar.com/news/insight/article/1112083 Accessed July 14, 2012
p. 1 - “The mortal wounding of Gen. Isaac Brock at Queenston Heights.”
Jones, Donald. “A military reputation hid concern for the men.” In Toronto Star, May 2, 1987, p. M3. Illus.
“Canadian hero: Sir Isaac Brock, top left, was known as ‘The Hero of Upper Canada.’ Unfortunately, his height made him an easy target and he fell in battle in Queenston in 1812, depicted above in C.W. Jeffrey’s [sic] painting of the scene.”
Collins, Gilbert. Guide book to the historic sites of the War of 1812. 2nd ed. rev. and updated. Toronto, Dundurn Group, 2006. 389 p. Illus.
cover - [The Death of Isaac Brock]
n.p. - “Photograph and illustration credits Cover Watercolour The Death of Isaac Brock by C.W. Jefferys, courtesy of the Arts Associates – Toronto”
back cover - “Cover design: Jennifer Scott/ Cover Painting: C.W. Jefferys, The Death of Brock at Queenston Heights, courtesy of the Government of Ontario Art Collection, Toronto”
Begbie Contest Society. “Canadian primary sources in the classroom:
Loyalists-War of 1812.” July 2017. 32 p. Illus.
Accessed July 27, 2017
p. 13 - “Death of Isaac Brock. LAC C-008261, Charles William Jefferys, 1920s or 1930s?”
Clay, Chris. “War of 1812’s lasting legacy on the development of Canada.”
In Markham Economist and Sun, Thursday June 22, 2017, p. 46. Illus. “The Fall of Isaac Brock”