History of Lake Champlain : from 1609 to 1814 – ebook – PDF

History of Lake Champlain : from its first exploration by the French in 1609, to the close of the year 1814, Palmer, Peter Sailly, New : FF. Lovell, 1885, 278 pages.

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Abercrombie, Ticonderoga, Algonquins – At war with the Mohawks, Allen, Mount Defiance, Allan, Ethan, Amherst, Montreal, Arnold, Benedict, battle of Valcour, Macdonough’s official report, Baum, Bennington, Beauharnois,fort at Crown Point, Bloomfield, Bougainville, Isle Aux Noix, BouRLEMAQUE, BURGOYNE, Bailey, Macomb, Mooers, Izard, Pike, Piatt, Sailly, Smith, St. Clair, Tread well, Woolsey, Burlington, U. S. troops stationed at in 1812-14, Carignan-Salieres. CouRCELLES,

CoRLEAR, Carleton, Champlain, U. S. Army, Prevost, Vermont, Plattsburgh,Clark, Cumberland, Crown Point, Dearborn, Derby, Deerfield, Denonville, Iroquois,

Dieskau, Lake George, DowNiE, Frontenac, Forsyth, Chambly, Edward,George, Laprairie, Nicholson, Richelieu, St. Anne, St. Frederic, St. Johns, St. Theresa,

Henry, Hudson, HocHELAaA (Montreal). Haviland, HuBBARDTON. Hale, Hampton, Wilkinson, Johnson, Lacolle. Montgomery, Macomb, Nicholson, Parker, Putnam, Rogers, Rouse’s Point, Schuyler, St. Clair, Tracy, Winthrop,

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