The Siege of Fort William Henry: A Year on the Northeastern Frontier

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The Siege of Fort William Henry: A Year on the Northeastern Frontier

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Immortalized in "The Last of the Mohicans," the French siege of Fort William Henry, a key British fort on New York frontier, was a pivotal battle in the British and French struggle for the North American continent. Seen through the eyes of participants, "The Siege of Fort William Henry: A Year on the Northeastern Frontier "uses official documents, contemporary newspaper reports, private letters, and published memoirs to bring the narrative to life. From Indian councils on the banks of the Saint Lawrence and bustling military camps in northern New York to the narrative's bloody denouement on the shores of Lake George, the reader is immersed in the colorful, yet brutal world of eighteenth-century northeastern America.

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