Despite a couple of minor errors (in the map directly above, Fort Meigs should be just on the other side of the Michigan/Ohio border), the maps above should help to orient you to the areas where Harrison operated during the War of 1812.
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Opening music: “To Arms” performed by the United States Marine Band – full audio available at archive.org.