French and Indian War Battlesites: A Controversy

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French and Indian War Battlesites: A Controversy - Bob Bearor. "Bob Bearor has combined his deep love of North America's heritage with extensive real world research to create this easily read book. I highly recommend it as a thoroughly enjoyable and valuable contribution to our understanding of this critical period in the forming of our nation." - George C. Neumann, author of Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution. Searching through his beloved Adirondack woods wearing 18th-century clothing and equipment, best-selling Heritage Books author Bob Bearor discovered what is believed to be the long-lost sites of Rogers’ Rangers’ winter battle of January 1757, and the fatal ambush of Lord Howe in the summer of 1758. First, the battles are recounted in picturesque detail . Then comes an explanation of the methods used in the discovery, exploration and verification of the sites. The coup de grace is a description of the treasure trove of artifacts found at the site. The book is enhanced with photographs of artifacts, along with maps and illustrations. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 140 pp. 101-B1475 ISBN: 0788414755