by Justin H. Smith. Softbound, 498 pages, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2". Before he became known as our country's most infamous traitor, Col. Benedict Arnold was one of the mostbeloved, respected and charismatic leaders in colonial America. A definitive history of the valiant march against Quebec in September, 1775, based on Arnold's journal and the accounts of several other participants. Illustrated with eighteen maps and charts. Extensive notes. A must-have for every history enthusiast.
ARNOLD'S MARCH FROM CAMBRIDGE TO QUEBEC, A Critical Study Together with a Reprint of Arnold's Journal
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