At the Crossroads: Michilimackinac During the American Revolution

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At the Crossroads argues that British, French, and Native Americans living at Michilimackinac and in the western Great Lakes region worked together to keep the fur trade functioning during the American Revolution. This alliance enabled Britain to control the Upper Great Lakes throughout the war. To the dismay of all inhabitants of Michilimackinac, most of the region was ceded to the United States in the Peace of Paris in 1783.

At the Crossroads: Michilimackinac During the American Revolution 1978, Mackinac State Historic Parks

ISBN-13: 9780911872248

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