Frontier War for American Independenceby William R. Nester
Although the American Revolution is commonly associated with specific locations such as the heights above Boston or the frozen Delaware River, important events took place in the wooded, mountainous lands of the frontier. The vicious war on the frontier significantly altered the course of the Revolution and involved regular troops, volunteers, and Indians who clashed in large-scale campaigns and bloody fights for land, home, and family.
Author Biography: William Nester is a professor of government and politics at St. John's University in Jamaica, New York. The author of numerous previous books, including a three-volume series on the French and Indian Wars, he is also a living history reenactor, specializing in the Early American period.
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