The Sunken Fleet of Lake George
- FRONTIER FORT LIFE. Strum, Richard M. // Cobblestone;Sep2005, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p16
Focuses on the life of U.S. armies in frontier forts during the French and Indian war in the 18th century.
- BooKS To READ. // Cobblestone;Sep2005, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p44
Presents an overview of books about the French and Indian war including "George Washington Remembers: Reflections on the French & Indian War," edited by Fred Anderson and "The French and Indian war," by Benton and Louise Minks.
- ON THE WEB AND PLACES TO VISIT. // Cobblestone;Sep2005, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p44
Presents a list of Web sites that tell the story of the French and Indian War.
- `JOIN, or DIE'. COPELAND, DAVID // Journalism History;Autumn98, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p112
Describes the role of the press in the United States during the French and Indian War. News reaching the `Pennsylvania Gazette' that had been troublesome to Benjamin Franklin; Pivotal period for the colonies of British colonial America; Press' role in the Stamp Act crisis; Information on the...
- Contest for empire. // Cobblestone;Apr91, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p4
Presents an overview of the territorial wars that took place between England and France on the North American continent between 1689 and 1763, particularly the war that began in 1754. Different types of power; Indian alliances; Anglo, French, and Indian war.
- Attack on Fort William Henry. Calkins, V. // Cobblestone;Apr91, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p32
Relates the battle for Fort William Henry fought between the British and the French and their Indian allies, under General Louis Montcalm. Surrender of English; Problems with Indians. INSET: Untitled, (Montcalm's personal aide).;Friends to the Indians, by.
- The capture of Quebec. Collins, J.R. // Cobblestone;Apr91, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p38
Relates the clash led by British general James Wolfe and French general Louis Montcalm at the fortress of Quebec. Battle strategies; Deaths of both generals. INSET: The final days, by J.C..
- Pontiac's war. // Cobblestone;Apr91, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p49
Recounts the attacks on British forts by Indians led by Ottawa war chief Pontiac in the 1760s. Eventually peace was made between the British and Indians.
- TIME FOR CHANGE. Nobleman, Marc Tyler // Thirteen Colonies;2002, p36
From the late 1600s to the mid-1700s, there were several wars over ownership of the colonies. Battles between Great Britain and France were fought in Europe and North America. The fourth and final of these wars was known in the colonies as the French and Indian War, 1754-1763. In 1763, Britain...