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  • By Historian on March 3, 2006

    Army & Empire, by M. N. McConnell, deals with the various aspects of life on the British western frontier from 1758-1775, chiefly in Indian relations, garrisoning forts, and other issues concerning British Empire's handling of the vast western territory it suddenly inherited from the French. Lots of details about soldier life too, what historians call "material culture." One drawback-$it is expensive! Maybe your library has it? Nevertheless it is a good read with good info presented in a very workmanlike, if not inspired way.


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