About The Society


WHEREAS, in the Providence of God, victory having crowned the forces of the United States of America, in upholding the principles of the Nation against Great Britain in the conflict known as the War of 1812; we, the survivors and descendants of those who participated in that contest, have joined together to perpetuate its memories and victories, to collect and secure for preservation, rolls, records, books, and other documents relating to that period; to encourage research and publication of historical data, including memorials of patriots of that era in our National history; to care for and when necessary, assist in burying actual veterans of that struggle; to cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom,and foster true patriotism and love of country.

Our Society meets Bi-Annually, With our Annual Meeting in or around Albany in the immediate Capital District on or around September 11th. While our other Meeting is in the Spring throughout New York State. Click here for our Events and Meetings.

The Society of the Second War with Great Britain in the State of New York is a State Society of the General Society of the War of 1812.

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