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1754-1783: Military

1754-1783: Chapter Nine: Military






French and Indian War: Braddocks Defeat 273

French and Indian War: Failure of a Strategy 275

Death in the Forest 275

French and Indian War: Fort William Henry 276

French and Indian War: Louisbourg 277

French and Indian War: Quebec 277

Revolutionary War: Northern Theater 279

The Evacuation of Boston 281

Revolutionary War: Saratoga 281

Revolutionary War: The Serapis 283

Revolutionary War: Southern Theater 284

Revolutionary War: The World Turned Upside Down 286


Benedict Arnold 288

Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette 289

Robert Rogers 290

George Washington 291


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