9780071468060

Benedict Arnold's Navy The Ragtag Fleet That Lost the Battle of Lake Champlain but Won the American Revolution

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    9780071468060

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    0071468064

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 5/12/2006
  • Publisher: International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press
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Summary

James Nelson's Reign of Iron won the 2004 ALA Award for Best Military History National bestsellers like 1776 and Washington's Crossing are the latest in a long line of books to demonstrate America's continued fascination with its founding fathers and the birth of the nation

Author Biography

James L. Nelson, a former sailing vessel seaman and boatswain, is the author of two series of novels about the great sailing navies: Revolution at Sea and Brethren of the Coast. His most recent novel is Glory in the Name: A Novel of the Confederate Navy. He also wrote the nonfiction title Reign of Iron:The Story of the First Battling Ironclads.

Table of Contents

Prologue: October 11, 1776 ix
1775
1 The War Begins
3(8)
2 The Road to Ticonderoga
11(10)
3 A Gathering of Strength
21(9)
4 The Taking of Ticonderoga
30(6)
5 To the Victors
36(10)
6 The Northern Theater
46(7)
7 A Change in Command
53(11)
8 Command of the Northern Department
64(8)
9 North to Quebec
72(9)
10 Invading Canada
81(12)
11 Into the Wilderness
93(12)
12 Montreal
105(12)
13 The March to Quebec
117(10)
14 Quebec Besieged
127(6)
15 Forces joined
133(11)
16 The Attack on Quebec
144(15)
1776
17 The Aftermath
159(9)
18 A Frozen War
168(7)
19 The Early Fleet
175(8)
20 The Commission to Canada
183(10)
21 "God of Armies, Help Us"
193(10)
22 "An Army Broken"
203(7)
23 Three Rivers
210(10)
24 Birth of Two Fleets
220(7)
25 The Gondolas of Skenesborough
227(8)
26 The Summer of 1776
235(7)
27 A Most Deserving and Gallant Officer
242(7)
28 The Fleet Comes Together
249(8)
29 Arnold in Command
257(7)
30 A Line of Battle
264(11)
31 A Place to Make a Stand
275(7)
32 The British Head South
282(8)
33 The Battle of Valcour Island
290(9)
34 "The Battle was Verrey Hot"
299(11)
35 South Wind and Open Water
310(11)
36 End of the Campaign Season
321(6)
37 Winter Quarters
327(6)
1777
38 The Road to Saratoga
333(11)
39 Saratoga
344(13)
Epilogue: Turning Points 357(7)
Acknowledgments 364(2)
Notes on Sources 366(9)
Bibliography 375(6)
Index 381

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