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Graves, Donald E (signed) With Arthur J Robinson, Maps By Christopher Johnson, Marine Art By Peter Rindlisbacher Listings

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1 Graves, Donald E (signed) with Arthur J Robinson, Maps By Christopher Johnson, Marine Art By Peter Rindlisbacher

Guns Across the River: The Battle of the Windmill, 1838 ---The Stirring Account of the Forgotten " Alamo of the North ", the 1838 American Attack on Prescott, Canada ---a Signed Copy

Toronto, Ontario: Toronto / Prescott, Ontario: Robin Brass Studio / The Friends of Windmill Point, 2002, 1st Revised edition, First Printing
2002 1896941214 / 9781896941219
First Edition
Soft Cover
Very Good+ ( see Description )

Peter Rindlisbacher Cover Art
------------large ( quarto ) softcover, Very Good+ with light wear, signed and dated by graves, 263 pages, profusely illustrated in b&w, ---"In 1838, seeing political unrest in Canada as an opportunity, American extremist groups invaded at several places, thinking Canadians would arise and join them to "throw off the British yoke." One of the most ambitious expeditions was the attack in November 1838 when hundreds of members of a secret organization, the Patriot Hunters, sailed down the St. Lawrence River and landed near Prescott, Ontario, where they occupied a stone windmill.It took five days of bloody fighting by British regulars and Canadian militia to defeat the invasion and capture the invaders. The prisoners were taken to Fort Henry in Kingston and tried, resulting in 11 executions and 40 deportations to Australian penal colonies. The Windmill stands today as a national historic site.The book is well illustrated with about 100 maps, archival pictures and original artwork by renowned marine artist Peter Rindlisbacher. "---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

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