Rangers Lead the Way

December 2015
Early American Life;Dec2015, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p56
The article features American colonial frontiersman Robert Rogers, and includes information on his survival skills, military training tactics, and the service he provided for former U.S. President George Washington during the American Revolution.


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