The European Invasion of North America: Colonial Conflict Along the Hudson-Champlain Corridor, 1609-1760 (Hardback)Michael G. Laramie (author)
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This comprehensive resource follows the pivotal and often overlooked efforts of the Iroquois Confederacy, the Dutch, the French, and the English colonies to control the strategic waterways of the Hudson-Champlain corridor from their discovery to the fall of New France.
* 39 chronologically organized chapters ranging from the founding of New France to the conclusion of the French and Indian War 150 years later
* 300 primary sources, including letters, journal entries, official diplomatic and military correspondence, and other firsthand accounts
* Biographical sketches of key figures, including Stuyvesant, Frontenac, Shirley, Vaudreuil, Loudoun, Montcalm, and Amherst
* 30 maps and illustrations showing the principal figures, and the changing boundaries and the progress of major armed conflicts in the Champlain-Hudson Valleys
* A comprehensive index
Number of pages: 567
Weight: 916 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 x 33 mm
"Appropriate for circulating collections at larger public and academic institutions and for smaller collections (including in high schools) where there is a need or interest." - Library Journal
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