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Rangers and Redcoats on the Hudson: Exploring the Past on Rogers Island. Includes the Complete Rogers Rules of Ranging
David R. StarbuckPaper: $17.95
This well-illustrated book is a must for those interested in the military history of the French and Indian War.
It is appropriate to applaud the excellent production values of this volume. The illustrations, excellent writing style, binding, sidebars, and cover art all combine to make an attractive book . . . I recommend Rangers and Redcoats . . . an enjoyable and informative read.
—Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology
Ground-breaking . . . the first holistic account of recent excavations on Rogers Island, Fort Edward's famous French and Indian War military encampment.
—The Post-Star (Glenns Falls, NY)
This would be an excellent choice for young students to interest them in the wonderful world of archaeology!
—Smoke and Fire News
DAVID R. STARBUCK is the author of Massacre at Fort William Henry (UPNE, 2002), The Great Warpath: British Military Sites from Albany to Crown Point (UPNE, 1999), and the forthcoming Neither Plain nor Simple: New Perspectives on the Canterbury Shakers, and he is co-author of A Shaker Family Album (UPNE, 1998). He is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Plymouth State University.