NIAGARA COUNTRY by Lloyd Graham

NIAGARA COUNTRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A vivid picture of the history and the people of one of the United States' spectacular scenic regions, this manages an able coverage of the double nationality involved. From the Indian, French, British, and Dutch occupations, on to the dual interests of Canada and the United States, this follows the course, from arrows, to swords, to words, of dispute, battle, and political maturity. Here are the traders, the soldiers, and finally the settlers and homeseekers, the violence and death that attended their lives; here are the great potentialities that were developed, the towns and cities that have grown up, the characteristics of the land as well as its people...Of definite locality interest, this continues a colorful series.

Pub Date: June 30th, 1949
Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce