This is the second volume in the 'Narratives of the French & Indian War' collection. This volume contains six small accounts which would have been unlikely to see publication individually. For those interested in the unique period of the Seven Years War as it was fought among the forests and lakes of the largely undiscovered New World, each of these accounts will be a rare treat to be studied and savoured time and again.
All the familiar figures and events of the time are here and this volume will be of particular interest to all those interested in the famous rangers who won immortal fame under their legendary leader, Robert Rogers. There are too many vital pieces to give details here, but the inclusion of a riveting account of the famous 'Fight on Snowshoes' will delight many readers. This is an invaluable book for all those interested in warfare in the eighteenth century.
284 pp., 2011, 6" x 9" paperback, $17.95.
other volumes in the series:
Narratives of the French & Indian War Volume 1
Narratives of the French & Indian War Volume 3
Narratives of the French & Indian War Volume 4