5 edition of British garrison in Quebec City as described in newspapers from 1764 to 1840 found in the catalog.
British garrison in Quebec City as described in newspapers from 1764 to 1840
by National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 91-94.
|Statement||Claudette Lacelle ; [translated by the Dept. of the Secretary of State].|
|Series||History and archaeology ; 23|
|LC Classifications||UA649.32.Q3 L3213|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||80456995|
author's book price list inside the back cover for books that may be purchased. acknowledgements the following persons have contributed data for the indicated families. detailed addresses will be forwarded if requested. june a. brayshaw, kingston, on (dixon,scales,slack,wattam) lynne charles, vancouver, b.c. . For more on life in other garrisons see, Claudette Lacelle, The British Garrison in Quebec City as Described in Newspapers from to (Ottawa ); Osborne and Swainson, Kingston, ; Preston, "Military Life"; Senior, British Regulars; Ronald L. Way, "Soldiering at Old Fort Henry," Canadian Geographical Journal, 47 (),
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British garrison in Quebec City as described in newspapers from to Ottawa: National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, (OCoLC) 1 C.
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Books set in Quebec City, Quebec: [The Lost Hero, Bury Your Dead, The Custom of the Army, The First Garden, Death's Footprint, My Story: Being. The British garrison at Quebec, / Christian Rioux ; translated from the original French The British garrison in Quebec City as described in newspapers from to.
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