Buckskin soldier

McCulloch, Ian
April 1993
Beaver;Apr/May93, Vol. 73 Issue 2, p17
Profiles Major Robert Rogers, a buckskinned soldier significant to the North American history. How Rogers lead the colonial Rangers during the French and Indian War in 1755-1763; Contents of Roger's journal; Brief personal background of Rogers.


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