The Invasion of Canada in 1775: Including the Journal of Captain Simeon Thayer, Describing the Perils and Sufferings of the Army Under Colonel Benedict Arnold, in Its March Through the Wilderness to Quebec (Google eBook)

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Knowles, Anthony & Company, Printers, 1867 - Canadian Invasion, 1775-1776 - 116 pages
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