Lees Knowles, Charles Townshend & James Grant
A profile of an outstanding military commander of the Seven Years War
The principal subject of this book, Prince Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, is a particularly fascinating character for students o..
George M. Wrong
The fight for a new world
By the 18th century the dominant European powers had realised that the bounties of almost the entire undeveloped world were for the taking. Virtually nowhere on ..
Alexander Macgregor & J. P. Maclean
The astonishing life of one of Scotland’s most famous daughters
Anyone who knows about the abortive 1745 Jacobite Rising in Scotland, knows the romantic tale of how, after the catastrophi..
Hannah Snell & Anonymous
Two Accounts of Women Who Served & Fought as Men
The Female Soldier; or, the Surprising Life and Adventures of Hannah Snell
Frances Scanagatti or, the Female Soldier
The women who marched to war
Female soldiers are always something of a curiosity and these two brief accounts, one British the other Italian, might not have seen individual re-publication in modern..
Reuben T. Durrett, Bennett H. Young, Henry T. Stanton & George W. Ranck
Warfare on the Kentucky Frontier Between Settlers and the British & Their Loyalist, Indian & Renegade Allies, 1782
A bloody episode of the Kentucky border
By 1782 the American War of Independence was all but coming to its close and with it the birth of a new nation and the loss of an important colony for the Br..
Colonel von Ehwald & Ezekiel Baker
Two Works on the Development of Light Troops, Their Operations & Weapons
A Treatise Upon the Duties of Light Troops
by Colonel von Ehwald
Twenty-Three Years Practice and Observations with Rifle Guns&a
An iconic weapon and the soldiers who carried it
This remarkable and unique Leonaur edition comprises two vital accounts; one concerning the development of the military rifle in the British Army an..
The Winning of Canada: a Chronicle of Wolfe & The Passing of New France: a Chronicle of Montcalm
Protagonists for an Empire
The Seven Years War as it was fought in the New World is known today as the French and Indian War. The significance of the global conflict of which it was a part is now o..
Ernest Cruikshank, Henry U. Swinnerton & Isaac A. Chapman
Three Accounts of the American War of Independence: The Story of Butler’s Rangers and the Settlement of Niagara by Ernest Cruikshank, The Story of Cherry Valley by Henry U. Swinnerton & Wyoming Valley a Sketch of Its Early Annals by Isaac A. Chapman
Loyalist rangers of the American War of Independence
br> It is, perhaps, in the the character of the American Rangers of the eighteenth century that they would be perceived in entirely different w..
Ellis H. Roberts
The Conflict for the Mohawk Valley During the American War of Independence
The battle for the Mohawk
Throughout history there have been many battles but few, other than those that were momentous, have endured in the collective memory. The Battle of Oriskany will be memora..
John L. Hardenbergh, William McKendry, William Elliott Griffis & Simon L. Adler
Against the Four Nations of the Iroquois & Loyalists by the Continental Army
A decisive campaign of the American War of Independence
The fast moving political situation of the latter part eighteenth century in America impacted upon the indigenous Indian tribes of the easter..
Thomas Guthrie Marquis
A Concise Account of the Indian War of 1761 with Pontiac—a Biographical Sketch
by Edson L. Whitney and Frances M. Perry & Ponteach—or The Savages of America a play by Robert Rogers
Two accounts of Pontiac of the Ottawa
This book contains two accounts of Pontiac, the great Ottawa chief of the eighteenth century American colonial period. After the end of the French and Indian W..
Including the Pontiac Uprising, the Commandant’s Secretary’s Diary and Journal of the Siege of Detroit Published by Robert Rogers of the Rangers
Two classic first hand accounts of 18th century American Colonial Warfare
Britain's victory in the French and Indian War did not bring peace to the American wilderness. Formal treaties between Euro..
Brown, Eastburn, Hawks & Putnam
Ranger Brown’s Narrative
The Adventures of Robert Eastburn
The Journal of Rufus Putnam—Provincial Infantry
Orderly Book and Journal of Major John Hawks on the Ticonderoga-Crown Point Campaign
Four essential accounts of war in the New World
This book will be a joy to all those—academic and casual—who have an interest in the Seven Years War as it was fought in America in the middle of the..
Cyrus Cort & William Smith
Two Accounts of the Campaigns of 1763-1764
Bouquet’s Campaigns by Cyrus Cort
The History of Bouquet’s Expeditions by William Smith
Two accounts of Indian warfare in 18th century America
The French and Indian War—the conflict between the British and French in the New World has many enthusiastic students. It was shortly followed..
by James Skinner
James Skinner and his 'Yellow Boys' Irregular cavalry in the wars of India between the British, Mahratta, Rajput, Mogul, Sikh & Pindarree Forces.
India's most famous cavalryman recounts his career. James Skinner had a colourful career. He began his military exploits as a mercenary for Indian princes and became a legend as the leader of the ‘Yel..