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May 30, 2014 | History

History of the conspiracy of Pontiac: and the war of the North American tribes against the English colonies after the conquest of Canada 5 editions

History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
Francis Parkman
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Francis Parkman may have been America’s most famous historian in the 19th century, and is still well-known for books on the Oregon Trail and the French in North America. He is also still highly regarded for his prose, although there is less consensus about the quality of his historical interpretation. Historian C. Van Woodward wrote that “…Modern sensibilities will be nettled by his casual stereotypes of national character and by the sharp distinction he draws between “civilization” and “savagery”.” (Foreword to Parkman’s Montcalm and Wolfe: The French and Indian War, p. xxx.)

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5 editions First published in 1851

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Cover of: History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
1929, Macmillan
History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
in English
Cover of: History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
1902, A.L. Burt
History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
in English
Cover of: History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
1863, Little, Brown and company
History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
in English - 3d ed.
Cover of: History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
1855, Little, Brown and Company
History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
in English
Cover of: History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
1851, C. C. Little and J. B. Brown, R. Bentley
History of the conspiracy of Pontiac
in English

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