The Fraser Highlanders
Society of the Montreal Military & Maritime Museum, 1979 - Canada History 1713-1763 (New France) - 203 pages
The primary focus of this book is their service in Canada, 1757-1763. They also served during the Revolutionary War as the 71st and the 84th Regiments. Also documents a group known as the 15th Fraser Fencibles, 1794-1802 and Lovat Scouts, 1899-1945.
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Origins of the Clan Fraser
The Frasers of Lovat
Raising the Old 78th Highland Regiment of Foot
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