by Prof. George M. Wrong (1918)
A concise history of New France and its ongoing conflict with the colonies of New England. Beginning with the confrontations of Frontenac and Phips in the 1670s, Professor Wrong (Univ. Toronto) examines the dynamics of trade, exploration and politics which led to the final struggles of the 1750s. Although the detailed narratives of Francis Parkman cover the same subject matter, Wrong''s approach covers the broad issues in far fewer pages.
This fine eBook colorfully presents the 1918 edition of "The Conquest of New France" in portrait orientation with footnotes on the same pages on which they are referred. Fully-searchable, fully-printable. Enjoy! (824Kb, 102pp)