Canada and the American Revolution
by George Wrong
MacMillan Publishing, c1935, 497 pages, 1st EDITION . VERY GOOD Condition Illustrated Hardcover. This book is ex-library with usual markings, wear to book corners & light cover wear(see Scan). Pages & Binding are NICE & TIGHT!
The Disruption of the First British Empire
Professor Wrong now tells, for the first time with such intimacy, the story of the twenty years after 1763, out of which have come two great federations extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; one is under old British tradition and the other is the new creation of 1789, now older than any other great modern state except Britain. We see the Canadians at home remaining sturdily French under British rule. We follow the Indian rising named after Pontiac and then turn to the wider field of contrast between the colonial outlook and that in London.
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