With Wolfe in Canada
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Written by G. A. Henty
The author offers here gives an account of the struggle between Britain and France for supremacy in the North American continent. The fall of Quebec decided that the Anglo-Saxon race should predominate in the New World; and that English and American commerce, the English language, and English literature, should spread right round the globe. The book is generally billed as a children's book but is very helpful as well to adults who desire to learn more about the early history of Canada in an entertaining way. Pre-political correctness era literature.
Paperback, 353 pages, illustrated