Maine at Louisburg in 1745


“In the making of a nation, Maine has not received the credit to which she is fairly entitled.”

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A reprint of the original 1910 publication, Maine at Louisburg in 1745 brings to the reader just how patriotic Maine men were even before the revolution, to take place 31 years later. Enclosed within these pages is the story and listing of the men who were there and their trials and triumphs for the taking of Louisburg, and opening the door for the continuation of English colonization. While a true roster of these Maine participants has never been found, compiled lists, through extensive research in Massachusetts and England, have been compiled. Included in this work is a description of the siege itself, correspondence, reports, and an every-name index. With 10 illustrations, and an every-name index is included. 6×9, softcover, illustrated, indexed. (140 pp; 9781935573333) $12.95