Ogdensburg, N.Y. - The Fort La Presentation Association's War of 1812 Symposium is April 29-30, 2011 at the Freight House Restaurant in Ogdensburg. The presentations by American and Canadian authorities are: Ogdensburg and Prescott during the War of 1812 by Paul Fortier; American supply efforts on Lake Ontario by Richard Palmer; "Colonel Louis" and the Native American role in the War of 1812 by Darren Bonaparte; The war on the St. Lawrence River by Victor Suthren; and Excavation of American Graves at the 1812 Burlington Cantonment by Kate Kenny. The post-dinner address by Patrick Wilder is on the Battle of Sackets Harbor. The cost of the symposium is $100 for the Saturday seminars and after-dinner speaker, including a light continental breakfast, a buffet lunch and a sit-down dinner. The Friday evening meet-and-greet with period entertainment by Celtic harpist Sue Croft and hors d'oeuvres is $10. Other pricing options are available: $80 for the Saturday seminars without dinner; and $35 for the dinner with speaker. For additional information and registration, go to http://www.fort1749.org/.