The French and Indian Wars in New England, 1689-1704
By Thomas Church, Esq.
(Originally published in 1845)
Size: 8.5″ x 11″
Pages: 65 pages:
This is a history of the military operations of the Massachusetts Colony along the coast up to Nova Scotia, under the command of Colonel Benjamin Church, the hero of Philip’s War. This was fundamentally an amphibious war, with a small fleet taking land forces up into what is today Canada, landing them, and engaging the Indians and their French supporters.