The French and Indian War was a fierce battle, especially for George Washington. The challenges he faced shaped his character and helped confirm God's call on his life.
Colonel Washington, at age 23, rode back forth on the battlefield delivering General Braddock's orders to the troops. While many officers in the war were targeted and killed by the Indians, Washington was the only officer on horseback not shot down.
Discover details from George Washington's involvement in the French and Indian War that you might not already know. This book takes you through the details and even provides excerpts from some of his letters to give you an inside look of what he faced.
The details of God's miraculous care of Washington and of Washington's open gratitude for God's Divine intervention was common in many textbooks until 1934. Today, this is a piece of history few are familiar with. Restore some of our lost American heritage with this new edition coupled with illustrations.
- The French & Indian War
- George Washington and the Great Meadows
- British Intervention
- The Plans for War
- The Advance
- The Battle at the Monongahela
- Return to Fort Cumberland
- The Celebrated Epilogue