Searching through his beloved Adirondack woods wearing 18th-century
clothing and equipment, author Bob Bearor discovered what is believed
to be the long-lost sites of Rogers' Rangers' winter battle of January,
1757, and the ambush and death of Lord Howe in the summer of 1758.
Controversy arises because other writers have placed the battles
at different locations, but have never trekked these historic trails
in person to test their theories, until now.
2000, 120 pp., biblio., illus., maps, full name + subject index,