"Haughty Conquerors" : Amherst and the Great Indian Uprising of 1763

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    Author: By (author)  William Nester
    Format: Hardback
    Language: English
    More Product Information 1: Table of contents
    Introduction Conquest: "Where Are We Now? The French Are All Subdued" Conspiracies: "Destroy Their Forts and Make Them Rue the Day" Attacks: "And Drive These Britons Hence Like Frightened Deer" Counterattacks: "Big with Their Victories" Stalemate: "Leave These Distant Lakes and Streams to Us" Subjection: "To Be a Vassal to His Low Commanders" Settlements: "Nay Thinks Us Conquered, and Our Country Theirs" Consequences: "Whom See We Now, Their Haughty Conquerors" Index ...

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    Nester has thoroughly and admirably mined the documentary sources, especially British military and government records, necessary to understanding this conflict. The depth of research, detailed description, and comfortable writing style make this work a fine example of popular-minded history done well..."Haughty Conquerors" provides a step-by-step recounting of the end of the Seven Years' War and northern Indian resistance to the imposition of British rule. - The Historian "Haughty Conquerors" flows easily, is an informative read, and is nicely proofed. Undergraduates and the general reader can both enjoy the narrative. - The Journal of Military History "Haughty Conquerors" is a valuable work. It is especially so for its detailed and well-written blow-by-blo......

    More Product Information 3: About William Nester
    WILLIAM R. NESTER is Professor in the Department of Government and Politics at St. John's University in New York./e He is the author of numerous books which explore various aspects of international relations and political economy, and two books on the American frontier. He is a lifelong student of American wilderness and the frontier. ...