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|United States, Lake Champlain|
Squadron A British squadron on Lake Champlain, later 18th century.
|United States, Michilimackinac|
Capture The capture of Michilimackinac, July 1812, in a sudden attack by British
soldiers and fur traders during the War of 1812.
|United States, Mississippi River|
Salle at the Mississippi Robert Cavalier de La Salle at the mouth of the
Mississippi River in 1682, having traced the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico and adding
enormously to the French empire. By J.N. Marchland
|United States, New York|
Departure An artist's reconstruction of a final boatload of British troops leaving
New York, 1783.
Loyalist Fleet Following the American Revolutionary War, thousands of Loyalists
came in convoys out of New York to Atlantic Canada.
|United States, Plattsburgh|
Battle Plattsburgh, New York State, September 1814, a major contest in the War of
|United States, Shenectady|
New York Drawing of the destruction of Schenectady, in the then colony of New
York, by the French and their Indian allies, 1690, and a reflection of the Anglo-French
conflict in Europe and North America.
|United States, Skagway|
Klondikers Early Klondikers arriving via Skagway, Alaska, 1897, during the
Klondike Gold Rush.
Vancouver Fort Vancouver, on the north bank of the Columbia River, in
what is now Washington, USA 1845. By Henry James Warre.
|United States, Yorktown|
Surrenders The surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, 1781, when Britain's
army in Virginia was cut off and surrounded, spelled the effective end of the
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