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Henry Mowat: Voyage of the Canceaux 1764-1776: Abridged Logs of H. M. Armed Ship Canceaux.

By: Andrew J. Wahll

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: W2349

ISBN: 788423495

Condition: 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 398 pp, Heritage Books


In 1764, the Canceaux began a voyage of 12 years during which the officers and men performed survey work used in the creation of one of the most important and magnificent coastal marine atlases ever produced covering 3,000 miles of New England coastline. In 1775, under the gathering storm clouds of the American Revolution, the Canceaux was redirected to undertake an expedition along the coast of the District of Maine to assert the authority of the crown. The Canceaux, un... View more info

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Sabino, Popham Colony (Maine) Reader: 1602-2003

By: Andrew J. Wahll

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: W1581

ISBN: 788415816

Condition: (2000), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 479 pp, Heritage Books


The year 2007 will mark the 400th anniversary of English colonization in North America. In 1607, the Virginia Company of London sent two colonizing expeditions to North America. London financiers bankrolled the first settlement at Jamestown, on the mouth of the James River (in present-day Virginia). The second expedition was sent out from the English port of Plymouth, establishing the Popham Colony in "northern Virginia," now New England. Popham Colony was plante... View more info

Braddock Road Chronicles, 1755 (From the Diaries and Records of Members of the Braddock Expedition and Others Arranged in a Day by Day Chronology)

By: Andrew J. Wahll

Price: $42.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: W1205

ISBN: 788412051

Condition: (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 558 pp, Heritage Books, Inc


In 1755 Maj. Gen. Edward Braddock was put in charge of constructing a road from the Potomac River at Wills Creek (Cumberland, MD), to Fort Duquesne (present-day Pittsburgh) at the forks of the Ohio River. His object was to take the fort and thereby launch the conquest of French-held North America. Although Braddock was killed not far from his goal in the grisly clash known today as Braddock's Defeat, the route that he opened ultimately became a highway for western emigra... View more info