Roger's Rangers raiding an Indian encampment during the French and Indian War
Rogers’ Ranger's 4 October 1759 raid on the Abenaki mission village of St Francis during the French and Indian War
In October 1759, after a three-week trek through bitter winds and rough terrain, Roberts’ Rangers attacked the village of St. Francis outside Montreal.
John Jenkins Designs Toy Soldiers Raid of St. Francis 1759 Roger's Rangers Captain Joseph Waite and Indian Scout RR-08
The History of Rogers' Rangers : Volume 4, the St. Francis Raid by Burt...
Sylamore Creek at Gunner Pool near Fifty-six, Stone County Arkansas. View from the bridge over Sylamore Creek at the Gunner Pool recreation area, Sylamore Ranger District, US National Forest.
The 1759 raid on St Francis. Amongst the rangers was a freed African-American slave called Duke Jacob.
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C22 - Ring out the old - Ring in the new - Julia
'The Human Chain' Roger's Rangers cross the St. Francis River 1759. A stunning 54mm scratch built diorama by Maurizio Berselli