The Seven Years' War in North America: A Brief History with Documents
This volume reveals how the Seven Years’ War reshaped the geopolitical map of North America and the everyday lives of the peoples within it. The introduction surveys the war as both an international struggle for empire and an intercultural conflict involving Native Americans, French and British soldiers, and the ethnically and religiously diverse population of British North America. A rich collection of primary-source selections recaptures the experience of the war from multiple perspectives and is organized by key cultural, military, and diplomatic themes. Document headnotes, a chronology, questions to consider, and a bibliography enrich students’ understanding of this momentous conflict. [From the publisher]
Bedford/St. Martin's Press
Seven Years' War, French and Indian War, Native Americans, North America
History | Military History | United States History
Shannon, Timothy J. "The Seven Years' War in North America : A Brief History with Documents." (Bedford/St. Martin's, 2014).