This new book on the Pontiac Uprising uses numerious excerpts from period accounts to retell this important story. The Words of the British officers and soldiers caught up in the battle, as well as those of French habitants and some of the Indians themselves, reveal that dedication and deceit, as well as heroism and treachery, could be found on both sides of the conflict.
"Tim Todish and Todd Harburn present a straightforward narrative account of these soldiers activities in the field against an elusive and resilient opponent."
Dr Brian Dunnigan, Curator of Maps
William L. Clements Library
Other books by these authors include:
He Befriended Me Greatly
The Annotated Journal of Maj.Robert Rogers
A Vindication of My Conduct
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