His men mutinous, the island natives hostile, American Lieutenant John Gamble had few allies left

Kelly, C. Brian
October 1998
Military History;Oct98, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p90
Presents a short narrative on the War of 1812. Significance of Lieutenant John Marshall Gamble in the war; Voyage of Gamble at the sea.


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