When their side lost the Revolution, New Englanders who had backed Britain packed up, sailed north, and established the town of St. Andrews, New Brunswick. It still flourishes.
The Man Who Invented Himself
The key to control of Canada was a city whose defenders doubted they could hold out for long once the American Rebels attacked
Between the ages of fifteen and twenty, young Peter Rindisbacher captured on canvas the lives of Indians and white pioneers on the Manitoba—Minnesota frontier
From a way Down East came a stench of politics and potatoes, and news of a border incident that true patriots will long remember as
Only Sir William Johnson, living among them in feudal splendor, won and kept the confidence of the Iroquois.
By a brilliant maneuver young James Wolfe conquered “impregnable” Quebec—and secured North America for the English-speaking peoples
The river that disappointed him bears his name, but Alexander Mackenzie’s great achievement in slogging to the Pacific is now almost forgotten.
The old frontier began to die as the “medicine line” of the 49th Parallel was drawn