REDCOATS, YANKEES AND ALLIES, A History of the Uniforms, Clothing and Gear of the British Army in the Lake George-Lake Champlain Corridor, 1755-1760
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by Brenton C. Kemmer. Softbound, 168 pages, 8-1/2" x 11". The Lake George-Lake Champlain Corridor, a strategic link between New England and Canada, the geographical setting of this study of the uniforms and clothing of British and Yankee soldiers and their Native American allies during the French and Indian War. Thirty-three excellent illustrations by well-known artist Joe Lee. Historical sketches of the British campaigns of 1755-1760 provide ample background information. Detailed descriptions of the items worn and used by the different groups: Yankee Provincials, Rangers and Light Infantry, Redcoats, Indian allies, and auxiliary troops.
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