Counter Currents, a novel

Counter Currents is set in the 1000 Islands of the St. Lawrence River (mostly in 1838). This board contains images of historic persons from the book and places…
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Counter Currents is available in ebook and paperback from Amazon. It is available as an ebook from Smashwords, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Sony, and others. Cover art by Amelia Ah You. War Of 1812, Mustread, Smashwords, Freedom Fighters, Mclaughlin, Barnes And Noble, Cover Art, Pirates, Kobo
Counter Currents is available in ebook and paperback from Amazon. It is available as an ebook from Smashwords, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Sony, and others. Cover art by Amelia Ah You.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Photo of Donald McLeod late in life. In 1838, he was a rebel general and helped Bill Johnston burn the Sir Robert Peel. Bill Johnston, Newspaper Headlines, Steamer, Patriot, Genealogy, Lawrence, Rebel, Counter
Photo of Donald McLeod late in life. In 1838, he was a rebel general and helped Bill Johnston burn the Sir Robert Peel.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Preston King of Ogdensburg, New York, played a small role in the Battle of the Windmill, as described in the novel. The St, Preston, Abraham Lincoln, Novels, New York
Preston King of Ogdensburg, New York, played a small role in the Battle of the Windmill, as described in the novel.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
In 1837 and 1838, John Counter played a role in the novel as a thorn in the side of protagonist Ryan. He later became mayor of Kingston, Ontario. Kingston Ontario, Thorn, Protagonist
In 1837 and 1838, John Counter played a role in the novel as a thorn in the side of protagonist Ryan. He later became mayor of Kingston, Ontario.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
This ship, the Sir Robert Peel, was attacked, looted and burned in 1838 by Bill Johnston and his henchmen. The novel recreates that dramatic event. Dramatic, Peel
This ship, the Sir Robert Peel, was attacked, looted and burned in 1838 by Bill Johnston and his henchmen. The novel recreates that dramatic event.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
This skiff from the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, New York, is similar to those referred to in the novel. Clayton, Boat
This skiff from the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, New York, is similar to those referred to in the novel.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
This coffee house in Kingston, Ontario, housed the Steamboat Inn in 1837. In the novel, Ryan worked here for for several weeks. Steam Boats, Coffee House, Inn, Outdoor Decor, Fiction
This coffee house in Kingston, Ontario, housed the Steamboat Inn in 1837. In the novel, Ryan worked here for for several weeks.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
This photo of Bill Johnston's son Stephen Decatur shows him in his later years. In 1838 he helped his father's smuggling business and he plays a minor a role in the novel. Decatur, Stephen
This photo of Bill Johnston's son Stephen Decatur shows him in his later years. In 1838 he helped his father's smuggling business and he plays a minor a role in the novel.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
This photo of Bill Johnston's eldest son Jim  shows him in later years calling people to dinner at his brother Stephen's hotel. In 1838,  he helped his father evade capture and he plays a role in the novel. Jim, Plays
This photo of Bill Johnston's eldest son Jim shows him in later years calling people to dinner at his brother Stephen's hotel. In 1838, he helped his father evade capture and he plays a role in the novel.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
This photo of Bill Johnston's wife Ann (born Sarah Ann Randolph) shows her in later years. In 1838 she plays a role in the novel. Sarah Ann, Randolph, Role
This photo of Bill Johnston's wife Ann (born Sarah Ann Randolph) shows her in later years. In 1838 she plays a role in the novel.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Much of the novel is set in Clayton, New York, in 1838. The features varied little in 1862 when this map was drawn. The Johnston house was near the wharf in the upper left. Hometown
Much of the novel is set in Clayton, New York, in 1838. The features varied little in 1862 when this map was drawn. The Johnston house was near the wharf in the upper left.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Portrait of John A. Macdonald, circa 1842. In 1838, he was a young lawyer in Kingston who defended captured rebels. He plays a significant role in the novel. In 1867, he became Canada's first prime minister. Primary Source Documents, First Prime Minister, Ontario Curriculum, English Resources, French Teacher, Canadian History, Historical Pictures
Portrait of John A. Macdonald, circa 1842. In 1838, he was a young lawyer in Kingston who defended captured rebels. He plays a significant role in the novel. In 1867, he became Canada's first prime minister.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Another watercolor by Henry Francis Ainslie, 1839, showing the desolation of Newport after the Battle of the Windmill. Monument, British North America, Saint Jean Baptiste, Oligarchy, Colonial Architecture, Windmill, 19th Century, Battle
Another watercolor by Henry Francis Ainslie, 1839, showing the desolation of Newport after the Battle of the Windmill.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
The lighthouse that featured in the novel's big battle scene later became a lighthouse. It remains today as a museum. Places, Museums, Scene, Lighthouse, Big Battle, Island, Century
The lighthouse that featured in the novel's big battle scene later became a lighthouse. It remains today as a museum.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Watercolor by Henry Francis Ainslie, 1839, shows the desolation after the Battle of the Windmill in 1838. Fine Art Posters, Poster Art, Canvas Giclee, Lower
Watercolor by Henry Francis Ainslie, 1839, shows the desolation after the Battle of the Windmill in 1838.
Shaun J. McLaughlin
Shaun J. McLaughlin