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French Trade Gun In North America 1662 - 1759, The

Kevin Gladysz
GS421231

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ATTENTION: THIS BOOK IS OUT OF PRINT FROM THE PUBLISHER AND WE DON'T HAVE ANY COPIES AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME... A complete guide to identifying and understanding Military, Naval and Commercial weapons manufactured at Saint-Etienne for New France and its fur trade. Finally, a comprehensive and accurate guide to the trade guns of New France. Bringing together archaeology, shipping manifests, government correspondence, probate records, historical illustrations and surviving longarms, the author will forever change the way you think about these fascinating weapons. Includes guns supplied to Indian allies, fur traders, local militias and european settlers. More than 800 illustrations show you exactly what to look for, with countless close-up photos of all the essential details. Required reading for all students of the Indian fur trade or the French & Indian Wars. 8 1/2 X 11, softcover, photos, illus, 184pp