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 THE IROQUOIS WAR. - JOGUES. - HIS CAPTURE. - HIS JOURNEY TO THE MOHAWKS. - 
 LAKE GEORGE. - THE MOHAWK TOWNS. - THE MISSIONARY TORTURED. - 
 DEATH OF GOUPIL. - MISERY OF JOGUES. - THE MOHAWK "BABYLON." - 
 FORT ORANGE. - ESCAPE OF JOGUES. - MANHATTAN. - THE VOYAGE TO FRANCE. - 
 JOGUES AMONG HIS BRETHREN. - HE RETURNS TO CANADA.

 FATE OF THE VANQUISHED. - 
 THE REFUGEES OF ST. JEAN BAPTISTE AND ST. MICHEL. - 
 THE TOBACCO NATION AND ITS WANDERINGS. - THE MODERN WYANDOTS. - 
 THE BITER BIT. - THE HURONS AT QUEBEC. - NOTRE-DAME DE LORETTE.

 QUEBEC IN 1634. - FATHER LE JEUNE. - THE MISSION-HOUSE. - 
 ITS DOMESTIC ECONOMY. - THE JESUITS AND THEIR DESIGNS.

 WAR. - DISTRESS AND TERROR. - RICHELIEU. - BATTLE. - RUIN OF INDIAN TRIBES. - 
 MUTUAL DESTRUCTION. - IROQUOIS AND ALGONQUIN. - ATROCITIES. - 
 FRIGHTFUL POSITION OF THE FRENCH. - JOSEPH BRESSANI. - HIS CAPTURE. - 
 HIS TREATMENT. - HIS ESCAPE. - ANNE DE NOUE. - HIS NOCTURNAL JOURNEY. - 
 HIS DEATH.

 IROQUOIS AMBITION. - ITS VICTIMS. - THE FATE OF THE NEUTRALS. - 
 THE FATE OF THE ERIES. - THE WAR WITH THE ANDASTES. - 
 SUPREMACY OF THE IROQUOIS.

THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN, 1863. - After the defeat at Fredericksburg, Burnside was removed, and General Hooker put in command of the Army of the Potomac. "Fighting Joe," as Hooker was called, led his army of 130,000 men against Lee and Jackson, and after a stubborn fight at Chancellorsville (May 1-4, 1863) was beaten and fell back. [1] In June Lee once more took the offensive, rushed down the Shenandoah valley to the Potomac River, crossed Maryland, and entered Pennsylvania with the Army of the Potomac in hot pursuit.

LEXINGTON, 1775. - When the second Continental Congress met (May 10, 1775), the mother country and her colonies had come to blows.

THE SOUTHERN COAST BLOCKADE. - The naval war began with a proclamation of Davis offering commissions to privateers, [1] and two by Lincoln (April 19 and 27, 1861), declaring the coast blockaded from Virginia to Texas.

BATTLE OF LONG ISLAND. - When Howe sailed from Boston (in March, 1776), he went to Halifax in Nova Scotia. But Washington was sure New York would be attacked, so he moved the Continental army to that city and took position on the hills back of Brooklyn on Long Island.

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