Major Robert Rogers of Rogers’ Rangers is not only one of the most famous men to come out of colonial America, he is also one of the most fascinating. Reprinted from the rare 1769 Dublin edition, this definitive edition of the Journals, with commentary, is a must for all who want to understand Rogers’ place in American history. Detailed drawings by historical artist Gary Zaboly, along with his page-length captions, illustrate key scenes, weapons, clothing and equipment of the Rangers, Native Americans and other key players in the drama.
“During the French and Indian War the fame of Major Robert Rogers blazed like a shooting star. Historian Tim Todish enhances the Journals of this controversial Ranger with accounts of those who were eyewitnesses and participants in the events. This is thoroughly documented history in depth.” – Colonel Robert Black, U.S. Army, Retired, Ranger Hall of Fame.
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