Originally published in 1986. The French and Indian War (Seven Years’ War) occurred in the mid-eighteenth century. The concern of this bibliography is with the North American experience in this war, with excursions into the West Indies to examine collateral events which involved Anglo-Americans from what is now the United States. Emphasis is placed on contemporary accounts of this war and upon twentieth century writings, and contains a variety of sources.
Table of Contents
Series Introduction; Preface; Abbreviations; Part One: Topical Divisions; 1. General References 2. Military Aspects 3. Naval Aspects 4. Diplomatic Relations 5. Government 6. Indian Relations 7. Military Organizations 8. Forts and Topography 9. Captivities 10. Culture and War 11. Religious Aspects 12. Biographies, Memoirs, Letters, and Papers; Part Two: Geographical Divisions; 13. New Frances 14. Maritime Provinces 15. New England Theatre 16. War in New York 17. Pennsylvania Theatre 18. War in the South 19. Florida and Louisiana 20. West Indian Theatre 21. Filmstrips, Microfilms, and Cassettes 22. Bibliographical References; Author Index; Subject Index
James G. Lydon