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In 1763 European rulers decided the fate of millions as they entered into the Treaty of Paris. The French possessions in North America were dismantled and came under the control... Read morePublished 1 month ago by TERRY A DELBENE author of 'Dem Bon'z
This book does a great job of analyzing the year 1763 and the consequences of the French and Indian War. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Edward Beason
impeccable scholarship plus a fluid, engaging writing style from a historian who knows how to connect his readers to other times, places, and peoplesPublished 5 months ago by Tsianina Lomawaima
A good description of Native Americans and relations with the colonists after the Seven Years War. The scratch of a pen implies the Treaty of Paris in 1763 which drew a line in the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Paul Gardner
Easily the very best book that I've found, so far, on the question of "What was perhaps the single most important reason for which the mid-eighteenth-century colonists in America... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Country-music Fan
Very good, focused history of the year following the French and Indian War. Great book for history nuts.Published 10 months ago by Willie P.
Needed this book for a college class and I was able to find it for a more affordable price than the college offered. Very happy with this.Published 10 months ago by Wolfie
One of the history books I best remember reading in the last decade -- changed my view of American History forever. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Scott