'All This Poor Province Could Do': North Carolina and the Seven Years' War, 1757-1762

Maass, John R.
January 2002
North Carolina Historical Review;Jan2002, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p50
Academic Journal
Reports on the contributions of North Carolina to the Seven Years' War in 1757-1762. Efforts of Great Britain Secretary of State William Pitt in encouraging North Carolina to grant aid in the war; Details of the North Carolina legislation for granting financial aid to Great Britain in December 1758; Views of the North Carolina legislature on the aid given to Great Britain.


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