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French & Indian War Foundation

P.O. Box 751, Winchester, VA  22604

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For Questions, Orders,

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braddock-road-atlas

This atlas debuted at our

November 6, 2016 Annual meeting

of the French and Indian War Foundation

$30.00, + 7.00 shipping and handling ($37.00)

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In 1755, Major General Edward Braddock and two army regiments set out from Alexandria with the objective of capturing Fort Duquesne, near present-day Pittsburgh. To transport their sizable train of artillery and wagons, they first had to build a road across the rugged Appalachian Mountains. It was almost 289 treacherous miles from Alexandria, Virginia, by way of Fort Cumberland in Maryland and on to the French fort; the road they built was one of the most impressive military engineering accomplishments of the eighteenth century.

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Historian Norman L. Baker chronicles the construction of the road and creates the definitive mapping of even those sections once thought lost. Join Baker as he charts the history of Braddock’s Road until the ultimate catastrophic collision with the combined French and Indian forces.

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This is the original version of Braddock’s Road by Norman Baker

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Braddock’s Road: Mapping the British Expedition from Alexandria to the Monongahela by Norman L. Baker

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190 pages, illustrated, referenced, and indexed, 2013.

$20.00, plus $7.00 ($27.00 total)

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fort loudoun

Fort Loudoun: Washington’s Fort in Virginia

by Norman L. Baker

French & Indian War Foundation, 90 pages, illustrated, referenced, and indexed, 2006.

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The history of Fort Loudoun, designed by George Washington and constructed under his supervision, beginning in May 1756.  A detailed, heavily researched study of the fort, from its inception and its years as the command center for Virginia’s French & Indian War activities,  including Pontiac’s War and Lord Dunmore’s War.  Fort Loudoun’s role as a point of rendezvous and as a prisoner of war facility during the Revolution is also studied, as is the demise and cannibalization of the fort, and the conversion of its site, “Fort Hill,” into a center of learning in the 19th century.

$15.00, plus $5.00 ($20.00)

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French & Indian War in Frederick County, Virginia: With the Forts of the French & Indian War on the Northwestern Frontier.

By Norman L. Baker

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Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, 212 pages, extensively illustrated, and indexed, 2000-2008.

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It begins with the birth of the last French & Indian War, with the atrocities and aggression of the French and their Indian allies; to the defeats of Fort Necessity and the army of General Braddock; the brutal war on Virginia’s frontier settlements; the dark days of continued defeat of Virginia’s forts, its military, its settlers and the massacres, to the final turnaround and the defeat of the French at Fort Duquesne and the resurgence of conflict during Pontiac’s War. Contains the most extensive and comprehensive study of the forts of Virginia’s northwestern frontier, while highlighting the other forts along Virginia’s extended frontier.

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$24.95, plus $6.00 ($30.95)

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For the books listed ABOVE

Make checks payable to:  French & Indian War Foundation

P.O. Box 751, Winchester, VA  22604

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“The French & Indian War in Shenandoah County: Life on the Inner Frontier 1752-1766”

By R. Patrick Murphy

131 pages, Illustrated.

The story of the French & Indian War in Shenandoah County as it exists in memory and artifact. Full color illustrations, fold-out map of French & Indian War sites in the County.

$30.00, plus $5.00 ($35.00)

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For “The French & Indian War in Shenandoah  County”, 

Make checks payable to R. Patrick Murphy: 

Mail to:     P.O. Box 719, Basye, VA  22810-0719

For Questions, email Mr. Murphy at: pmurphy1@shentel.net

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* NEW SECTION:   HISTORICAL FICTION  

 

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“THREE THOUSAND DAYS AND NIGHTS”

BY

BENJAMIN W. FARLEY

 

Benjamin W. Farley’s “Three Thousand Days and Nights – A story of love and war, sacrifice, passion, and valor,” proves that historical fiction and romance make a winsome combination.

Based on history, this struggle of freedom and empire tells of many different peoples, deeply affected by the events unfolding around them during the French and Indian War, each with the common desire for a life of status and independence in a newly settled country.

You will find characters full of passion, who fight and struggle during this tumultuous period in American history. French, Indian, British and Colonial Americans, live, love and fight side-by-side—and against each other—in this epic story.

Lessons from this important war resonate strongly today. The respect for enduring cultures and our sense of humility before the tides of time – embolden our national concern for varied ethnic groups, their languages, art, industry and culture.

Hardcover, 352 pages

 

$17.00, plus 3.00 ($20.00)

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For “Three Thousand Days and Nights”,  Make checks  or money orders payable to Benjamin Farley: 

Mail to:     701 Gervais St., Ste. 150-318, Columbia, SC  29201 

For Questions, email:  catherine.townes.johnson@gmail.com

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