FORTS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1775-83: Fortress 110
Explores the key sites in the Northeast, the South, and the Midwest, as well as the sieges at Montreal and Quebec, and charts the rapid advance in American military engineering capacity, which was crucial to the eventual realization of American independence. Fully illustrated in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 5732255
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