Francis Parkman - History - 1870 - 367 pages
Francis Parkman, America's greatest narrative historian, immortal for The Oregon Trail (1849), devoted much of his career to writing about the struggle of France and England ...
Michael N. McConnell - History - 1997 - 357 pages
The Ohio Country in the eighteenth century was a zone of international strife, and the Delawares, Shawnees, Iroquois, and other natives who had taken refuge there were caught ...
W. J. Eccles - History - 2003 - 406 pages
Louis de Buade, Comte de Frontenac (1622?1698), was a towering figure in North American history. Appointed in 1672 as governor general of New France, he was credited with ...
Cara Anzilotti - History - 2002 - 216 pages
Examines how demographic disaster in the colony allowed women an unprecedented degree of economic independence.
William R. Nester - History - 2000 - 308 pages
By 1756 the wilderness war for control of North America that erupted two years earlier between France and England had expanded into a global struggle among all of Europe's ...
Walter Scott Dunn - History - 2002 - 200 pages
Explores the inadequate efforts of the British army in protecting frontier trading posts and the impact of competing French and Canadian-based traders on the colonial economy.
William R. Nester - History - 2000 - 296 pages
Explores the underlying causes, the military campaigns, and the far-reaching consequences of the Great Indian Uprising of 1763.