The War That Made America

The War That Made America

A Short History of the French and Indian War

Book - 2005
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Apart from The Last of the Mohicans, most Americans know little of the French and Indian War—also known as the Seven Years’ War—and yet it remains one of the most fascinating periods in our history. In January 2006, PBS will air The War That Made America, a four-part documentary about this epic conflict. Fred Anderson, the award-winning and critically acclaimed historian, has written the official tie-in to this exciting television event.In The War That Made America, Anderson deftly shows how the expansion of the British colonies into French territory in the 1750s and the ongoing Native American struggle for survival would erupt into seven years of bloodshed and unrest spreading from the backwoods of Pennsylvania to the high courts of Europe, eventually overturning the balance of power on two continents and laying the groundwork for the American Revolution. Beautifully illustrated, richly detailed, and utterly compelling, this is the story of how America as we know it today emerged from a series of fractured colonies and warring tribes into a nation ripe for independence—and nobody tells this story better than Fred Anderson.
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2005.
ISBN: 9780670034543
0670034541
Branch Call Number: 973.26 A546w
Characteristics: xxv, 293 p. : ill. (some col.), maps.

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Aaron1989
Apr 07, 2017

This is a great book that I had to read for one of my classes. I does an excellent job at providing an overview of the French and Indian War.

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