Robert Rogers: Rogers' Rangers and the French and Indian War

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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The life story of Major Robert Rogers, the New England frontiersman who recruited companies of colonial soldiers, known as Rogers' Rangers, to fight for the British in the French and Indian War, is a compelling mix of military intrigue and national identity. This feisty major codified colonial military strategies into a document, known as Standing Orders and put these principles to practice in many battles, campaigns, and scouting expeditions.


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Quasha is an award-winning author of more than forty books for children and adults. She is a contributing editor to Dog Fancy and Dogs for Kids, and writes a monthly column for Dog Fancy called Happy Endings. She is also a regular contributor to Your Dog magazine.

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