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Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec: A Critical Study

By Justin H. Smith. Together with a Reprint of Arnold's Journal. Here is a story of bravery unequalled in our country's history. In September, 1775, Colonel Benedict Arnold led a force of 1100 men through the Maine wilderness to Quebec, in a daring plan to capture that city. After a heroic struggle against difficult terrain, short rations, and the elements, he reached the city with about 650 men. There he was joined by Montgomery with 300 men from Montreal. On December 31 they launched what proved to be a disastrous attack on Quebec; Montgomery was killed, Arnold was wounded, 100 of their men were killed or wounded, and 300 were taken prisoner. This is the definitive history of that grueling trek, based on Arnold's journal and other accounts. The narrative is illustrated with eighteen maps and charts. 498 pages maps, bibl, index Paper

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