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Fri Mar 21 17:12:28 2014 UTClccn-n500478200.06Malian's song /0.420.98Rogers, Michillimackinac journal,61800574Robert_Rogers_(soldier)n 5004782082899Rodgers, Robert, 1731-1795lccn-n97051471Rogers' Rangerslccn-n50048902Roberts, Kenneth Lewis1885-1957comlccn-n91075066Herman Finkelstein Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n2001029889Brumwell, Stephen1960-lccn-no99067306Potter, Tiffany1967-lccn-n99050898Ross, John F.lccn-n90699246Cuneo, John R.lccn-nr88000999Stark, Caleb1804-1864edtlccn-n79139709Stark, John1728-1822lccn-n50030005Hough, Franklin Benjamin1822-1885edtRogers, Robert1731-1795Personal narrativesHistoryDramaBiographyDiariesMusicMusical settingsTrials, litigation, etcUnited StatesRogers, Robert,French and Indian War (United States : 1754-1763)Rogers' RangersPontiac's Conspiracy (1763-1765)SoldiersAbenaki Indians--WarsQuébec--Saint Francis RiverAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)TravelIndians of North AmericaNorth AmericaArctic Ocean--Northwest PassageCanadaStark, John,Michigan--DetroitIndian captivitiesTiconderoga, Battle near (New York : 1757)New York (State)--Fort TiconderogaAbenaki IndiansBrown, Thomas,Stevens, Phineas,Film adaptationsSiege of Detroit (Michigan : 1763)Pontiac,--Ottawa Chief,Indians of North America--WarsBradstreet's Expedition (1764)LiteratureBouquet's Expedition (1764)New York (State)--Lake GeorgeLake George, Battle of (New York : 1755)New EnglandFrontier and pioneer lifeRegimental historiesHistorical fictionMonologues with music (Piano)Fur tradeMichigan--Mackinaw CityMichigan--Mackinaw City--Fort MichilimackinacUnited States--Northwest, OldArmies, ColonialGreat Britain.--ArmyQuébec--MontréalTrials (Military offenses)MichiganAnglo-French War (1755-1763)Michigan--Mackinac IslandStark, Caleb,New HampshireGreat Britain173117951755175617581759176017621764176517661767176917701772177818281831185018601869187718831885189818991900190219051914191719181919192319241933193619371938193919401941194219431944194619471948194919501952195319541955195619571959196019611962196319641965196619671969197019711972197319741976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988199019921993199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201315075226727973.26E199ocn8661456951013101ocn001065054book17650.76Rogers, RobertA concise account of North AmericaHistory87350ocn012299031book17640.79Rogers, RobertPonteach, or, the savages of America a tragedyHistoryDrama8424ocn756283708file20100.35Rogers, RobertPonteach, or, The savages of America a tragedyDramaPresented for the first time in a fully annotated edition, Ponteach takes on questions of nationalism, religion, race, cultural identity, gender, and sexuality; the play offers a unique perspective on the Rebellion and on the emergence of Canadian and American identities. Tiffany Potter's edition is supplemented by an introduction that critically and contextually frames the play, as well as by important appendices, including Rogers' ethnographic accounts of the Great Lakes nations."--pub. desc+-+12404575357925ocn000946455book19660.39Rogers, RobertJournalsHistoryPersonal narratives43560ocn642303058book17650.70Rogers, RobertJournals of Major Robert Rogers containing an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America, during the late war. From which may by [sic] collected the most material circumstances of every campaign upon tha continentHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives31318ocn011530750book18600.70Hough, Franklin BenjaminDiary of the siege of Detroit in the war with Pontiac also a narrative of the principal events of the siegeHistory+-+34798656663242793ocn000615518book19610.53Rogers, RobertJournalsPersonal narratives2127ocn317694572book18310.81Rogers, RobertReminiscences of the French War containing Rogers' expeditions with the New-England Rangers under his command, as published in London in 1765 : with notes and illustrations : to which is added an account of the life and military services of Maj. Gen. John Stark : with notices and anecdotes of other officers distinguished in the French and Revolutionary WarsHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives18813ocn507945751file17690.70Rogers, RobertJournals of Major Robert Rogers Containing an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America, during the late war. From which may be collected the most material circumstances of every campaign upon that continent, from the commencement to the conclusion of the war. To which is added, an historical account of the expedition against the Ohio Indians in the year 1764, under the command of Henry Bouquet, Esq; Colonel of foot, and now brigadier general in America, including his transactions with the Indians, relative to the delivery of the prisoners, and the preliminaries of peace. With an introductory account of the proceeding campaign and battle at Bushy-RunHistoryPersonal narratives717ocn001999679book18830.81Rogers, RobertJournals of Major Robert Rogers : containing an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America during the late war ; from which may be collected the most material circumstances of every campaign upon that continent, from the commencement to the conclusion of the war ; with an introduction and notes, and an appendix containing numerous documents and papers relating to the doings of Major Rogers while commanding at Michilimackinack, in 1767 ; and his conduct in the early part of the revolutionary warHistoryPersonal narratives689ocn181836903com17650.88Rogers, RobertA concise account of North America containing a description of the several British colonies on that continent, including the islands of Newfoundland, Cape Breton, &c. ... By Major Robert Rogers556ocn027134693score19770.95Hiller, LejarenPonteach : a melodrama for narrator and piano (1977)Musical settingsMusicDrama528ocn722224878com17690.88Rogers, RobertJournals of Major Robert Rogers containing an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America, during the late war. From which may be collected the most material circumstances of every campaign upon that continent ... To which is added an historical account of the expedition against the Ohio Indians in the year 1764HistoryPersonal narratives488ocn005360966book19330.84Rogers, RobertJournal of Robert Rogers, the ranger : on his expedition for receiving the capitulation of western French posts (October 20, 1760, to February 14, 1761)HistoryPersonal narratives291ocn183273253file20040.94Rogers, RobertPlan and estimate of the fur and peltry trade in the back country222ocn003349967book19670.32Rogers, RobertTreason? At Michilimackinac: the proceedings of a general court martial held at Montreal in October 1768 for the trial of Major Robert RogersHistoryTrials, litigation, etc192ocn005927707book19190.98Rogers, RobertRogers, Michillimackinac journalHistory124ocn697930096com18830.63Rogers, RobertJournals an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America during the late war; from which may be collected the most material circumstances of every campaign upon that continent, from the commencement of the warHistory112ocn223108801book20070.25Rogers, RobertA concise account of North America, 1765History+-+8637993325113ocn017434101art18500.97O'Callaghan, E. BJournals of Sir Wm. Johnson's scouts. 1755, 1756HistoryPersonal narratives386363ocn001834475book19360.23Roberts, Kenneth LewisNorthwest passageHistoryFictionHistorical fictionWar storiesAmerican ranger leads expedition against Indian town and dreams of finding overland passage to the Pacific+-+27907274358455ocn057655778book20040.24Brumwell, StephenWhite devil : a true story of war, savagery, and vengeance in colonial AmericaHistoryIt was North America's first major conflict, known today as the French and Indian War. In that conflict, France and England-both allied with Native American tribes-fought each other in a series of bloody battles and terrifying raids. And no confrontation was more brutal and notorious than the massacre of the British garrison of Fort William Henry in what is now upstate New York-an incident memorably depicted in James Fenimore Cooper's, "The Last of the Mohicans"+-+54386315856844ocn262433273book20090.22Ross, John FWar on the run : the epic story of Robert Rogers and the conquest of America's first frontierHistoryMilitary historyBiographyBibliographyHailed as the father of today's elite special forces, Robert Rogers was North America's first authentic celebrity. Biographer John F. Ross reconstructs the extraordinary achievements of this fearless and inspiring leader whose exploits in the New England wilderness read like those of an action hero and whose innovative principles of unconventional warfare are still used today. As a child, Rogers learned to survive in New England's dark and deadly forests, grasping that a new world required new forms of warfare. Rogers' Rangers earned a deadly fame among their most formidable French and Indian enemies for their ability to appear anywhere at any time, burst out of the forest with overwhelming force, and vanish just as quickly. The Rangers laid the groundwork for the colonial strategy later used in the War of Independence. Rogers later wrote two seminal books whose vision of a unified continent would influence Thomas Jefferson and inspire Lewis and Clark.--From publisher description+-+51495380055483ocn001610697book19590.33Cuneo, John RRobert Rogers of the rangersBiography3792ocn061115420book20050.06Bruchac, Margaret MMalian's songHistoryJuvenile works"Malian's Song is based on the true story of the English attack conducted by Major Robert Rogers on the St. Francis Abenaki community in 1759. Malian's account of "Rogers' Raid," passed down through generations of Abenaki descendants through oral tradition, reveals that many people actually survived the attack that destroyed their village; this fact stands in direct contrast to Rogers' journal records. Jeanne Brink, a modern-day Abenaki descendant living in Vermont, told the little-known version of the brutal attack to the Vermont Foklife Center." "In the text that interweaves Abenaki and English, Abenaki historian Marge Bruchac presents a story of a people's strength and fortitude in the face of unspeakable loss. With the author's aid, illustrator William Maughan has used all of the known visual reference material about the Abenaki to draw the most authentic portrait of their life and environment to date."--BOOK JACKET+-+81736216453477ocn020967430visu19400.19Vidor, KingNorthwest PassageHistoryFictionDrama"Based on Kenneth Roberts' best-seller, legendary filmmaker King Vidor tells the story of true-life explorer Major Robert Rogers, intrepid leader of the celebrated Rogers' Rangers fighting force that took on one of the most challenging expeditions in military history, fighting against the British during the French and Indian War"--Container3392ocn002644318book19770.06Gauch, Patricia LeeThe impossible Major RogersJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the man who gained fame as the leader of the bold "Rogers' Rangers" in the French and Indian War but whose later life was marred by a ruined reputation, imprisonment, and poverty2732ocn045707604book20020.06Quasha, JenniferRobert Rogers : Rogers' Rangers and the French and Indian WarJuvenile worksBiography100+ Page Biographies That Cover the Lives of Americans and Other Patriots Who Shaped Our Country's Destiny Ready for immediate shipment, these books are comprehensive biographical treatments of important Americans, emphasizing not just their lives, but the times in which they lived. Each book is 112 pages with dynamic full-color photos throughout+-+968204873524911ocn062806970com17600.86Brown, ThomasA plain narrativ[e] of the uncommon sufferings, and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New-England who returned to his father's house the beginning of Jan. 1760, after having been absent three years and about eight months: containing an account of the engagement between a party of English, commanded by Maj. Rogers, and a party of French and Indians, in Jan. 1757 ... How he was taken captive by the Indians, and carried to Canada, and from thence to the Mississippi ; where he lived about a year, and was again sent to CanadaHistoryPersonal narratives1686ocn001974825book19670.32Rogers, RobertTreason? At Michilimackinac: the proceedings of a general court martial held at Montreal in October 1768 for the trial of Major Robert RogersHistoryTrials, litigation, etc1649ocn000522974book18600.76Stark, CalebMemoir and official correspondence of Gen. John Stark, with notices of several other officers of the Revolution. Also, a biography of Capt. Phinehas Stevens and of Col. Robert Rogers, with an account of his services in America during the "Seven Years' War."HistoryBiography1492ocn000446144book19720.66Stark, CalebMemoir and official correspondence of Gen. John Stark, with notices of several other officers of the Revolution. Also a biography of Capt. Phine[h]as Stevens and of Col. Robert Rogers, with an account of his services in America during the "Seven Years' War."HistoryBiography1373ocn055986032book20040.63Brumwell, StephenWhite devil : an epic story of revenge from the savage war that inspired The last of the MohicansHistoryRaiding and pursuit, revenge and cannibalism: the St Francis raid+-+7221932475324906ocn004306532book19140.79Rogers, RobertPonteach, or, the savages of America a tragedyHistoryDrama862ocn049507984book20020.33Rogers, RobertThe annotated and illustrated journals of Major Robert RogersPersonal narratives+-+5573455846846ocn642497548com17690.70Rogers, RobertJournals of Major Robert Rogers Containing an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America, during the late war. From which may be collected the most material circumstances of every campaign upon that continent, from the commencement to the conclusion of the war. To which is added, an historical account of the expedition against the Ohio Indians in the year 1764, under the command of Henry Bouquet, Esq; Colonel of foot, and now brigadier general in America, including his transactions with the Indians, relative to the delivery of the prisoners, and the preliminaries of peace. With an introductory account of the proceeding campaign and battle at Bushy-RunHistoryPersonal narratives784ocn062806971com17600.90Brown, ThomasA plain narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and remarkable deliverance of Thomas Brown, of Charlestown, in New-England who returned to his father's house the beginning of Jan. 1760, after having been absent three years and about eight months: containing an account of the engagement between a party of English, led by Maj. Rogers, and a party of French and Indians, in Jan. 1757 ... How he was taken captive by the Indians, and carried to Canada, and from thence to the Mississippi ; where he liv'd about a year, and was again sent to CanadaHistoryPersonal narratives773ocn018143265book19880.53Rogers, RobertReminiscences of the French War : with Robert Rogersʼ journal and a memoir of General StarkHistoryBiographyDiariesPersonal narratives654ocn005039620book19170.66Rogers, Mary CochraneRogers' Rock, Lake George, March 13, 1758. A battle fought on snow shoesHistory625ocn018466750book17650.70Rogers, RobertJournals of Major Robert Rogers containing an account of the several excursions he made under the generals who commanded upon the continent of North America, during the late war. From which may by [sic] collected the most material circumstances of every campaign upon tha continentHistoryBiographyPersonal narratives+-+1240457535+-+1240457535Fri Mar 21 15:17:55 EDT 2014batch39757