THE QUEEN'S AMERICAN RANGERS
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THE QUEEN’S AMERICAN RANGERS by Donald J. Gara. Soft bound, 406 pages, 6” x 9”. Founded by the Legendary Robert Rogers and Later Led by John Graves Simcoe, a Loyalist Unit that Fought Alongside the British Army Against the American Patriots Prior to the British attack on Long Island in August 1776, French and Indian War hero Robert Rogers organized a regiment to join the fight. Rogers’s command of the unit was short-lived.  The Queen’s American Rangers by historian Donald J. Gara is the first book-length account of this storied unit. Based on extensive primary source research, the book traces the complete movements, command changes, and battle performances of the rangers, from their first muster to their formal incorporation into the British Army and ultimate emigration to Canada on land grants conferred by a grateful British crown.        703449    Each $24.95


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