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French & Indian War

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Historical Fiction:French & Indian War

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1 The Partisans: Second in a Series of Novels of the French and Indian War
Brenton C. Kemmer
108 pages, 5 1/2x8 1/2, (2004), 2008, 5x8, paper, 108 pp, Heritage Books
1756: Volunteering for the winter garrison of Fort William Henry, Charles Nurse's patriotic duties drove him to protect the colonial frontiers from England's enemies. No one knew the toll this second year of war could bring to New England's sons. Charles spends much of his time fighting alongside Captain Robert Rogers and the men of his ranger companies. He trudges north for reconnaissance around Ticonderoga in winter, traveling on skates and snowshoes on the ice of Lake Champlain and laying an ambush to capture enemy soldiers. In the summer he scouts on Rogers' first missions to train the redcoats, helping the rangers pull their whaleboats over the mountains, burning buildings and killing livestock. He witnesses firsthand what war can do to a man, experiences things that changed his life forever, and faces a bayonet standoff with the king's regulars! After two years of warfare, will Charles return home to his family and love? He becomes a Partisan and brings the war to the French and their Indians.
Price: 15.95 USD

Two Flags In The Wilderness, Greg Yocherer

2 Two Flags In The Wilderness
Greg Yocherer
2002, 5x8, paper, 399 pp, Heritage Books
The year is 1731. Jean Baptiste Joubert, a cadet in the colonial marines, is assigned to a convoy sent from Fort Michilimackinac to reestablish trade with the Sioux, trade which had been disrupted by war with the Fox. The expedition ends in disaster, and the French realize that the struggle with the English to determine who will control the heartland of North America (and its lucrative fur trade) is just beginning.The action moves from the Illinois Country to New Orleans, and from there to Montreal and Albany. Finally, the scene shifts back to the Great Lakes region for a final confrontation between French allied forces and the Fox. Ambush, intrigue and espionage are all employed, differentiating friend from foe is a challenge, and your first mistake may be one too many.
Price: 21.95 USD


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