With Wolfe in Canada: The Winning of a Continent
G. A. Henty was a 19th century novelist, special correspondent and Imperialist. His best-known works are historical adventures. Henty said that his love of story telling began in his childhood when his family told tales after dinner.
G.A. Henty gives an account of the struggle between Britain and France for supremacy in the North American continent. The fall of Quebec decided that the Anglo-Saxon race should predominate in the New World; and that English and American commerce, the English language, and English literature, should spread right round the globe.
Like most of Henty’s novels this is a true adventure novel filled with historical detail. First published in 1887.
- ISBN: 9781604249170
- Author: G. A. Henty
- 308 pages
- Ages: 8-12, 12+
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