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The Struggle for a Continent The Indian Coaus The Coos Country- Killing of Sabatis and Plausawa Jail Broken at Portsmouth Capture of John Stark Indian Attack on Stevens Town Captivity of the Johnson Family Convention at Albany and Plan of Union of the Colonies Four Expeditions Battle of Lake George Robert Rogers and His Rangers Indian Depredations along...
The Struggle for a Continent The Indian Coaus The Coos Country- Killing of Sabatis and Plausawa Jail Broken at Portsmouth Capture of John Stark Indian Attack on Stevens Town Captivity of the Johnson Family Convention at Albany and Plan of Union of the Colonies Four Expeditions Battle of Lake George Robert Rogers and His Rangers Indian Depredations along the Connecticut Capture of Fort William Henry and the Massacre The Scale Turns in 1758 Second Capture of Louisburg Defeat of General Abercrombie and Death of Lord Howe Capture of Crown Point and of Quebec Destruction of the Village of the St. Francis Indians by Rogers Road Cut through Vermont to Crown Point by Colonel Goffe Capture of Joseph Willard and Family Ends Indian Depredations Cost of the War to New Hampshire in Men and Money Lotteries Results of the War. TT should be remembered that France and England long con tended for the possession of North A merica, somewhat as the English and Dutch have fought for South A frica, and as the English and Germans are now fighting in East Africa for the possession of coveted lands for their colonies. By building a walled and heavily fortified city at Quebec, France early controlled the St. Lawrence river and by means of that Lake Champlain and later the Great Lakes and the upper valley of the Mississippi river. Their plan was to confine the English to a strip of land along the Atlantic ocean, east of the watershed, while they should control at least all that was drained by the two great rivers and their tributaries. Hence they built a chain of forts to defend possessions that had originally been opened up to them by Jesuit missionaries. Through the work of those missionaries they easily made alliances with various tribes of I ndians, though the Mohawks, indeed the Six Nations, of New York, usually sided with the English, being the ancient enemies of the eastern I nd(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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