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Transportation of Provisions in North America, 1759 Submitted by Keith Raynor
Original Account of the Battle of Lake George 1755 ed .by Robert Henderson
The Siege of Louisbourg, 1758 by Larry Ostola
An Account of Two Attacks on Fort William Henry, 1757
Submitted by Keith Raynor
A Soldier's Account of the Campaign on Quebec, 1759Edited by Robert Henderson
Marquis Louis-Joseph de Montcalm 1712-1759 Commander of French regular forces, Montcalm continually clashed with his superior officer, Vaudreuil.
General James Wolfe 1727-1759 After leading the British landing at Louisbourg, he became army commander of the now famous expedition against Quebec City.
General Robert Monckton 1726-1782 Wolfe's very able second-in-command during the siege of Quebec.
Marquis Pierre de Rigaud de Vaudreuil 1698-1778 Last Governor General of New France. He was continually at odds with Montcalm on the best way to conduct the war.
Brigadier Francois-Gaston Lévis 1719-1787 Montcalm's second in command, Lévis was probably France's most able general in New France and came close to saving the colony in 1760.
General Jeffrey Amherst 1717-1797 Served as overall commander of the British Army in North America for the majority of the war.
Admiral Charles Saunders 1715-1775 Commander of the Royal Navy in the Quebec Expedition, he played a key role in the fall of New France's capital.
Three Warrants on Rank in North America. Edited by Keith Raynor
Organisation militaire de la Nouvelle-France. par Luc Lépine
Ohio Forts in 1753. Edited by Keith Raynor
History and Uniform of the 78th (Highland) Regiment of Foot (Fraser's Highlanders), 1757-1763. by Jack L. Summers and René Chartrand
History and Uniform of the 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot, 1755-1760. by Jack L. Summers and René Chartrand
Men of the 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers in North America, 1757. Edited by Robert Henderson
Standing Orders for the Royal Marines, c. 1755-1765. Edited by Keith Raynor
His Majesty's 40th Regiment of Foot in North America, 1717-1764 by Robert Henderson
Miscellaneous Notes on Rangers 1755-1763. Compiled by René Chartrand
History and Uniform of Le Regiment de Languedoc, 1755-1760. by Jack L. Summers and René Chartrand
History and Uniform of Le Regiment de la Reine, 1755-1760. by Jack L.Summers and René Chartrand
History and Uniform of Le Regiment de Bearn, 1755-1760. by Jack L. Summers and René Chartrand
History and Uniform of Le Regiment de Berry, 1757-1760. by Jack L. Summers and René Chartrand
History and Uniform of the Companies franches de la marine, 1683-1760. by Jack L. Summers and René Chartrand
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The British Grenadiers and their Mitre Caps. by Robert Henderson
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