Coverart for item
The Resource The battle for the fourteenth colony : America's war of liberation in Canada, 1774-1776, Mark R. Anderson, (electronic resource)

The battle for the fourteenth colony : America's war of liberation in Canada, 1774-1776, Mark R. Anderson, (electronic resource)

Label
The battle for the fourteenth colony : America's war of liberation in Canada, 1774-1776
Title
The battle for the fourteenth colony
Title remainder
America's war of liberation in Canada, 1774-1776
Statement of responsibility
Mark R. Anderson
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1966-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Anderson, Mark R.
Dewey number
971.02/4
LC call number
E231
LC item number
.A64 2013
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Canadian Invasion, 1775-1776
  • Québec (Québec)
  • United States
Label
The battle for the fourteenth colony : America's war of liberation in Canada, 1774-1776, Mark R. Anderson, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 417-429) and index
Contents
  • The only link wanting: the First Continental Congress invites Canada -- New subjects to the king: Canadians and the Province of Quebec -- Fuel for rebellion: the British party and the Quebec Act of 1774 -- Authors and agitators: patriot correspondence and John Brown's mission -- Preemptive strikes: Ticonderoga and Fort St-Jean -- That damned absurd word "liberty": Quebec's own rebellion -- To erect the glorious standard of American liberty in Canada: the decision to intervene -- The Canadians opened the road: continentals and partisans on the Richelieu River -- The treachery and villainy of the Canadians: collaboration, resistance, and siege in the Montreal District -- Another path to the heart of Quebec: Canada's capital, Hannibal's heir, and the Kennebec Expedition -- To winter in Canada: "free" Montreal and Fortress Quebec -- Time to consider politics: the Continental Congress, the Northern Army, and a Committee for Canada -- Contest of wills at Quebec: the fortress capital; key to victory? -- The question of loyalists: General Wooster and "liberated" Montreal, 1775 -- A critical month: Wooster's Montreal, January 1776 -- Evolving occupation: Montreal and the struggle for the Canadian spirit -- A spirit of cooperation and understanding: William Goforth, Jean-Baptiste Badeaux, and Trois-Rivières -- Patriot zealots: Benedict Arnold, Canadian patriots, and the Quebec City blockade -- Spring of unrest: a Canadian battle in the Quebec District -- A late-changing cast: new continental leadership for Canada -- May tides: new arrivals and massive change for the province -- The sad necessity of abandoning Canada: military collapse and the end of the Canadian continental experience -- The causes of the miscarriages in Canada: Carleton and Congress investigate the failures -- Conclusion: misinterpretations and missteps in a war to spread democracy
  • The only link wanting: the First Continental Congress invites Canada -- New subjects to the king: Canadians and the Province of Quebec -- Fuel for rebellion: the British party and the Quebec Act of 1774 -- Authors and agitators: patriot correspondence and John Brown's mission -- Preemptive strikes: Ticonderoga and Fort St-Jean -- That damned absurd word "liberty": Quebec's own rebellion -- To erect the glorious standard of American liberty in Canada: the decision to intervene -- The Canadians opened the road: continentals and partisans on the Richelieu River -- The treachery and villainy of the Canadians: collaboration, resistance, and siege in the Montreal District -- Another path to the heart of Quebec: Canada's capital, Hannibal's heir, and the Kennebec Expedition -- To winter in Canada: "free" Montreal and Fortress Quebec -- Time to consider politics: the Continental Congress, the Northern Army, and a Committee for Canada -- Contest of wills at Quebec: the fortress capital; key to victory? -- The question of loyalists: General Wooster and "liberated" Montreal, 1775 -- A critical month: Wooster's Montreal, January 1776 -- Evolving occupation: Montreal and the struggle for the Canadian spirit -- A spirit of cooperation and understanding: William Goforth, Jean-Baptiste Badeaux, and Trois-Rivières -- Patriot zealots: Benedict Arnold, Canadian patriots, and the Quebec City blockade -- Spring of unrest: a Canadian battle in the Quebec District -- A late-changing cast: new continental leadership for Canada -- May tides: new arrivals and massive change for the province -- The sad necessity of abandoning Canada: military collapse and the end of the Canadian continental experience -- The causes of the miscarriages in Canada: Carleton and Congress investigate the failures -- Conclusion: misinterpretations and missteps in a war to spread democracy
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000999863
Dimensions
25 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 438 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781611684971
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013018801
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000999863
Label
The battle for the fourteenth colony : America's war of liberation in Canada, 1774-1776, Mark R. Anderson, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 417-429) and index
Contents
  • The only link wanting: the First Continental Congress invites Canada -- New subjects to the king: Canadians and the Province of Quebec -- Fuel for rebellion: the British party and the Quebec Act of 1774 -- Authors and agitators: patriot correspondence and John Brown's mission -- Preemptive strikes: Ticonderoga and Fort St-Jean -- That damned absurd word "liberty": Quebec's own rebellion -- To erect the glorious standard of American liberty in Canada: the decision to intervene -- The Canadians opened the road: continentals and partisans on the Richelieu River -- The treachery and villainy of the Canadians: collaboration, resistance, and siege in the Montreal District -- Another path to the heart of Quebec: Canada's capital, Hannibal's heir, and the Kennebec Expedition -- To winter in Canada: "free" Montreal and Fortress Quebec -- Time to consider politics: the Continental Congress, the Northern Army, and a Committee for Canada -- Contest of wills at Quebec: the fortress capital; key to victory? -- The question of loyalists: General Wooster and "liberated" Montreal, 1775 -- A critical month: Wooster's Montreal, January 1776 -- Evolving occupation: Montreal and the struggle for the Canadian spirit -- A spirit of cooperation and understanding: William Goforth, Jean-Baptiste Badeaux, and Trois-Rivières -- Patriot zealots: Benedict Arnold, Canadian patriots, and the Quebec City blockade -- Spring of unrest: a Canadian battle in the Quebec District -- A late-changing cast: new continental leadership for Canada -- May tides: new arrivals and massive change for the province -- The sad necessity of abandoning Canada: military collapse and the end of the Canadian continental experience -- The causes of the miscarriages in Canada: Carleton and Congress investigate the failures -- Conclusion: misinterpretations and missteps in a war to spread democracy
  • The only link wanting: the First Continental Congress invites Canada -- New subjects to the king: Canadians and the Province of Quebec -- Fuel for rebellion: the British party and the Quebec Act of 1774 -- Authors and agitators: patriot correspondence and John Brown's mission -- Preemptive strikes: Ticonderoga and Fort St-Jean -- That damned absurd word "liberty": Quebec's own rebellion -- To erect the glorious standard of American liberty in Canada: the decision to intervene -- The Canadians opened the road: continentals and partisans on the Richelieu River -- The treachery and villainy of the Canadians: collaboration, resistance, and siege in the Montreal District -- Another path to the heart of Quebec: Canada's capital, Hannibal's heir, and the Kennebec Expedition -- To winter in Canada: "free" Montreal and Fortress Quebec -- Time to consider politics: the Continental Congress, the Northern Army, and a Committee for Canada -- Contest of wills at Quebec: the fortress capital; key to victory? -- The question of loyalists: General Wooster and "liberated" Montreal, 1775 -- A critical month: Wooster's Montreal, January 1776 -- Evolving occupation: Montreal and the struggle for the Canadian spirit -- A spirit of cooperation and understanding: William Goforth, Jean-Baptiste Badeaux, and Trois-Rivières -- Patriot zealots: Benedict Arnold, Canadian patriots, and the Quebec City blockade -- Spring of unrest: a Canadian battle in the Quebec District -- A late-changing cast: new continental leadership for Canada -- May tides: new arrivals and massive change for the province -- The sad necessity of abandoning Canada: military collapse and the end of the Canadian continental experience -- The causes of the miscarriages in Canada: Carleton and Congress investigate the failures -- Conclusion: misinterpretations and missteps in a war to spread democracy
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000999863
Dimensions
25 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 438 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781611684971
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013018801
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000999863

Library Locations

    • Thomas Jefferson LibraryBorrow it
      1 University Blvd, St. Louis, MO, 63121, US
      38.710138 -90.311107
Processing Feedback ...