|Continental soldier during the siege of Quebec, 1775-1776. The rebel army laying siege to Quebec was poorly equipped and supplied and had to improvise its own winter clothing and shelters.|
Here for a zoomable image. I don't know but it looks like Canadians. What do you think? By Alexander Cluny (died 1770)
The American Traveller: or, Observations on the Present State, Culture and Commerce of the British Colonies in America, and the Further Improvements of which They are Capable. London: E. and C. Dilly and J. Almon, 1769.
New release alert from LOD!!
First, please excuse the very natural terrain that Fort William Henry is sitting on in these photos 😉. We were so excited to set it up that the carpet was the closest area that could hold this impressive piece.
The famous fort located in New York and immortalized in Last of the Mohicans is now available from LOD Enterprises. A foam masterpiece from the Barzso catalog, we are thrilled to bring it back for collectors.
The cost is $420.00 plus shipping/handling. For domestic customers, we will predominantly ship via UPS.
Measuring four feet by four feet, this centerpiece can house plenty of British Troops tasked with holding off invaders.
Fort William Henry includes walls, bastions, gun ramps, and the headquarters building (with roof).
Disclaimer: The resin gates will be delivered at a later date. They are on back order right now, but each customer will receive theirs as soon as they arrive from the factory.
Excellent living history from French Compagnies franches de La Marine group Le Lys Sous L'erable Erable at a spectacular location at St-Malo France a few days ago. See more on their Facebook page.
I picked up a copy of this from a charity (thrift) shop today. Two pounds. Published in 1994. An Illustrated History of North American Ind...