At the beginning of the 18th century, America was a colonized land with European countries squabbling over its many natural resources. In 1754, the French-Indian War broke out as a decisive battle between the French and British for control of North America. Britain's victory led to greater governmental involvement in the American colonies that developed into rebellion in 1775. Following the American Revolution, the USA and Britain shared an uneasy peace that erupted in war again in 1812; the ensuing conflict tore through the American frontier. This book examines the wars in North America from the French-Indian War until the end of the War of 1812, which brought lasting peace between Britain and the United States.
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Author Biography - Daniel Marston
Daniel Marston is Senior Lecturer at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, UK. He completed his BA and MA in History at McGill University, Montreal and his DPhil at Balliol College, Oxford. Previous publications include 'Phoenix from the Ashes: The Indian Army in the Burma Campaign' (2003) which won the 2003 Templer Medal. Daniel was born and raised in Boston, MA. Carl Benn, PhD, is Chief Curator of the City of Toronto's Museums and Heritage Services. He also teaches history and museum studies at the University of Toronto. He has curated numerous exhibits and restored various historic facilities, including Canada's most complete War of 1812 fort. His extensive publications include 'Historic Fort York, 1793-1993' and 'The Iroquois in the War of 1812'.