Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
The Macmillian Company, England. The story of the American thrust into Canada during the Revolution. Started during the fall of 1775, the Battle of Quebec was in December 1775. The British forces defeated the Americans forcing them back to the present United States. General Benedict Arnold was wounded in the action. Originally printed in 1901, there were only 245 editions printed in 1903. The book was rebound professionally some time in the past, the best estimate is sometime in the 1960s. Very good copy of the rebound edition. No dust jacket. 371 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 43398
Title: Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
Publisher: The Macmillian Company, England
Publication Date: 1903
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
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