The American Revolution (1775-1783) saw the emerging nation's largest ever co-ordinated military action against Native Americans. Although now considered as a shameful episode in America's treatment of its native peoples, this massacre of the Iroquois militant forces was a pivotal turning point in the war - it forced many loyalists to flee into Canada, and sealed Britain's fateful decision to seek victory in the south - thus losing the war. "Year of the Hangman" is a riveting account of the events that surrounded this fateful campaign, and how it changed the outcome of the American Revolution.
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(229mm x 152mm x 27mm)
Westholme Publishing, U.S.
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Author Biography - Glenn F. Williams
Glenn William is Historical Operations Officer at the U.S. Army Centre of Military History, Washington, DC.