The Forts of New France in Northeast America 1600-1763

Paperback $18.95

Osprey Publishing | May 20, 2008 | 64 Pages | 7-1/4 x 9-3/4 | ISBN 9781846032554

  • Paperback$18.95

    Osprey Publishing | May 20, 2008 | 64 Pages | 7-1/4 x 9-3/4 | ISBN 9781846032554

  • Ebook$13.95

    Osprey Publishing | Apr 23, 2013 | 64 Pages | 7-1/4 x 9-3/4 | ISBN 9781472803184

Praise

"Rene Chartrand’s The Forts of New France in Northeast American 1600-1763 is for any library strong in early military technology. It covers the area ruled by France in North America from the 16th to the 18th centuries, discussing for design, technology and defensive strategies and providing full-color illustrations: maps, charts and photos." -The Bookwatch (September 2008)"In this book, author Rene Chartrand covers the methods of construction as well as the major parts of … fortresses. Every site that has had a fortress built upon it is covered to some extent … To help us visualize what some of these may have been like, Brian Delf has provided superlative illustrations of not only the physical layout, but also some of the action that took place at these locales. Overall, another fine book in this series and one that should be on the shelves of anyone interested in this particular time and place in North American history." -Scott Van Aken, modelingmadness.com (September 2008)"This volume follows the author’s French Fortresses in North America 1535-1763… The earlier book described the defenses of Louisbourg, Quebec, Montreal and New Orleans; this one covers the smaller French forts between Newfoundland and the Ohio River Valley…. Covering a wide range of styles and locations, this is an excellent book on an interesting subject. I highly recommend it." -Bolling Smith, Coast Defense Journal (September 2008)"This book is a must for those interested in the struggle between the French and English in America during the 17th and 18th centuries, especially since there are few other books available on this topic." -J.E. Kauffman, SiteO Newsletter (June 2008)

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