Ranger Raid : the legendary Robert Rogers and his most famous frontier battle / Phillip Thomas Tucker.
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|Clinton PL - Clinton||973.2 TUC (Text)||36806010353819||NEW ITEMS||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780811739733
- ISBN: 0811739732
- Physical Description: 545 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Guilford, Connecticut : Stackpole Books, 
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Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
America's First and Bloodiest Frontier -- Quebec's Infamous Jesuit Missionary Town of St. Francis -- The Most Audacious Raid of the French and Indian War -- Final Preparations for the Odyssey North to St. Francis -- Relying on the Stealth of New England's Sturdy Whaleboats -- Rogers Determined to Fulfill His Special Destiny in the St. Francis River Country -- Final Nighttime Approach to the Most Tempting of Targets -- The Long Retreat that Became a Living Nightmare -- Enduring Questions and Controversies to this Day.
"This book digs deep into Robert Rogers's most controversial battle: the raid on St. Francis in Canada during the French and Indian War. Philip Thomas Tucker refreshes this story, combining the biography of Robert Rogers, the history of his Rangers, and the history of the native peoples in this region"-- Provided by publisher.
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