Northern Armageddon: The Battle of the Plains of Abraham

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D&M Publishers Incorporated, 2008 - History - 471 pages
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Nominated for the J.W. Dafoe Foundation Book Prize, Northern Armageddon presents a new and fascinating interpretation of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, one of the most dramatic and most important events in North American and global history.Featuring never-before-seen quotations and images obtained through extensive research, this "definitive account of the battle" (Canadian Geographic) sees the campaign, battle and siege through the eyes of American, British, Canadian, French and First Nations participants ranging from Major General James Wolfe to a teenage Huron warrior. The final chapters trace the battle's impact on Canada, the U.S., both countries' native peoples and the world.

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About the author (2008)

D. Peter MacLeod is the pre-Confederation historian at the Canadian War Museum, where he curated the permanent exhibits on the Seven Years' War and The Battle of the Plains of Abraham. He is the author of The Canadian Iroquois and the Seven Years' War. He lives in Ottawa, Ontario.

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