Interest in this 18th century war, fought in the woodlands and upon the lakes of the New World, not only between the regular troops of France and Britain, but also including the frontiersmen and militia of both sides including their respective Indian allies, continues to grow. This fourth volume in the Narratives of the French and Indian War series will be of particular interest to all those fascinated by this conflict because it contains six smaller accounts which would be unlikely, because of their length, to be published individually in their own right. Each account contains essential source material and most focus on the experiences of an individual who took part in the conflict in one capacity or another.
232 pp., 2019, 6" x 9" paperback, several b/w illustrations, $16.95.
other volumes in the series:
Narratives of the French & Indian War Volume 1
Narratives of the French & Indian War Volume 2
Narratives of the French & Indian War Volume 3