The Canadian Civil War: Volume 1 - Birth of a Nation

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In 1755 France controlled most of the North American continent. What if they still did? This novel explores the French period from two perspectives – an historically accurate description of Jolliet’s discovery of the Mississippi, coupled with a hypothetical contemporary view of “Canada.” Based in Green Bay, this Canada struggles between the Catholic north and Huguenot Louisiana. More
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Words: 99,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301496679
About William Wresch

I live blocks from Lake Winnebago. Each day I cross the Fox River, and on most days I think little of it. But there are days when I look on that river and think of all the events that have happened along its route. I have tried to appreciate that history. I have canoed sections of the Fox, and driven along its banks. I have followed the voyageur route from the Sault to Quebec and traveled from Green Bay to New Orleans by car and by boat. My wife and I have spent many happy days on Mackinac Island and in Door County.

What's my day job? I teach business courses at the the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

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Review by: Izzy beagle on April 26, 2014 :
I have truly enjoyed this book. Mr. Wresch has made me take another view of history and ask what if things were different. I will be buying part two of this series ****
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