INDIAN STREAM REPUBLIC. Settling a New England Frontier 1785-1842

INDIAN STREAM REPUBLIC. Settling a New England Frontier 1785-1842
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PublishingDate: (1997)
Publisher: Hanover:University of New England
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Soft Cover
Dust Jacket: No jacket
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Hanover:University Press of New England. (1997). xviii+266pp. Softcover.  A very good, clean copy inside and out. *"In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, while governments, politicians, and entrepreneurs argued about the boundary between northern New England and British Canada, a group of hardy individuals were otherwise occupied, carving a life in the wooded frontier that would come to be known as Indian Stream. The Treaty of Paris ending the American Revolution set the U.S. boundary at "the northwestern-most head of the Connecticut River," but with three streams feeding into that head, conflict was inevitable."...rear cover

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